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Earthquake

On April 25th, 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. If you wish to support relief efforts, we’ve listed a couple of organizations we believe are doing a good job.

General, Nepal-wide relief efforts:

Oxfam Canada Catholic Relief Services Heart and Mind International (offering mental health and psychosocial relief)

To support the Darnal family directly, please

Drawing the Tiger in Toronto!

 

Amid horrible news out of Nepal, we are hoping that our world premiere screenings at Hot Docs will be a platform for conversation about how best we can direct support efforts. We have been busy just arriving and getting oriented, and have not yet quite had time to take it all in and assimilate the news to understand it

Drawing the Tiger: 11 days left to get this this film to its WORLD PREMIERE!

Y’all! Supporters of Drawing the Tiger (Formerly called The Girl Who Knew Too Much),

Things are exciting!

We are exactly ONE MONTH away from Drawing the Tiger’s World Premiere at Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival!

I just love saying that—WORLD PREMIERE!

We have 44% of our Kickstarter goal with 11 days to go. ELEVEN DAYS! 

If you have not had a chance

GUEST POST: Longtime DtT Pal Rides Along in Bad Animals Mixing Session

Today for your Tiger-Drawing pleasure, I present this guest blog from none other than Phil Wiltse, the fellow who introduced us to Nepal. Phil is one of those people you just don’t meet quite enough of in your lifetime.

Captain Wiltse joined us earlier this week at Bad Animals studios, where Drawing the Tiger’s audio is being mixed. Glad you

Unreasonable Commitment: An encore presentation

I actually wrote this essay years ago. I believe in December of 2011. Even though some of you may have read it before, I am posting it again for two reasons:

1. A lot of you I just met in the last few years and are new-ish to Drawing the Tiger. I want to catch everyone up with how this all began.