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Working on animated/ live actio feature film via Kickstarter

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Working on animated/ live actio feature film via Kickstarter

Postby rara » Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:22 am

Hey guys,

I'm an animator who got laid off after production wrapped on Hulu's The Awesome's and I've been working on getting my film off the ground and I'm looking for help spreading the word.
The film is a live action/ and animation documentary that covers the restoration of a vintage motorcycle and the 11,000 mile ride of one an animator across the country to meet other animators and artists on the trip. If you would like to be featured or are interested in the project at all please reach out. The first phase of fundraising is under way.

You can check out what I'm working on here:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1656667203/atlanta-to-alaska-and-back-a-vintage-motorcycle-do

Please feel free to share and get in touch! Thanks!
Aurorah
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