Producer of Lemonade: The Movie Seeks Producers For New Film
Here's an interesting way to fund a film. Remember Lemonade: The Movie? It was about how a group of people dealt with life after layoff. How they pulled up their proverbial bootstraps and got their shit together. Created and directed by Erik Proulx, the film turned out to be a popular documentary success.
Now Erik has taken his directorial skills to Detroit where he is filming a documentary on that city and how several people have risen from the wrath and devastation that city has endured. To fund the film, he's selling every frame of the film. One dollar buys a frame. $24 buys one second. And $1,440 buys a minute. In the 90 minute feature, there will be 129,600 frames. Upwards of 7,000 have sold to date. Everyone who buys a frame or more will be listed in the credits. And Erik tells us this will land buyers in IMDB's database as official producers of the film.
If you can, support the work. If you've seen Lemonade: The Movie, you know the work will be stellar and the cause worthy. Details are here.