We have been back from the village, in Kathmandu, for three days. I have dreamed about the village and The Darnals all three nights. We were with them, I mean really with them during our two week village shoot. We ate with them. Went to work and school with them. We unzipped our tents with our toothbrushes in our mouths
Okay, so this is old news! We have been in Nepal for over two weeks now. I tried to send this post out before we even left home as an introduction—a welcome to this adventure—but for some reason it didn’t work. But here we go. I am going to start you off from the very beginning. More to come very
The following is copied from an email sent out by our dear friend Eleanor a couple days ago. It resulted in a huge rise in pledges to our project. We are now in our final hours of the Kickstarter, and we need your help. Please be inspired:
Have you noticed how many people are doing unto others right
Here’s another in a series of guest posts by our friend/mentor/intern Jill Seidenstein.
The issues that arise within Shanta’s story are complicated and difficult to disentangle from each other. Attempting to detangle mental health from global development from cultural shifts makes me dizzy. I start to follow one thread and find myself hopping to another, wondering about various factors
Yesterday, two weeks almost to the minute after launching our Kickstarter campaign, we reached our initial fundraising goal (actually exceeded it by a nice margin, thanks to a $5,000 pledge!).
This morning we rolled out our “Stretch Goal” of $60,000.
The way Kickstarter works is that the initial sum is all-or-nothing, meaning that at the end of the campaign,
This from our mentor/intern Jill Seidenstein: In response to 2nd Screening for The Girl Who Knew Too Much
Last night I attended the second public screening for the rough cut of The Girl Who Knew Too Much. (Full disclosure, I had attended an earlier private rough-cut screening, so this was my second viewing). I was there primarily in the role
Today the project is featured on the front page of The Sun Break, an online magazine of Seattle’s news and culture. Wow!
Breathing deeply this Black Friday morning. We’ve launched our Kickstarter campaign to fund the final production push.
It’s a big thing, asking the world for money. It is presumptuous and humbling. It’s exciting and nervousmaking. We hope upon hope that what we are doing is of value to enough people that we can continue to do it. Wish