Probably, you already know that I decided to extend the crowdfunding campaign of Agalmatophilia: A Tragedy In Three Acts (see link below). That means that we’re right in the middle of it: we still have a month to reach our goal.
This would be a good opportunity to talk about my experience as a campaigner, but, frankly, I don’t think that would be very interesting.
From now on, I would actually like to focus my attention on the film itself. After all, that’s the reason behind the campaign, that’s my goal and, definitely, a slice of my own life.
A note: some of you will notice that this post can be found both on Indiegogo (as an update) and on my website (as an Art Journal entry). I’m crossposting, mostly, for the sake of clarity.
Welcome to the second part of the crowdfunding campaign for my drama/psycho-metaphysical horror/low fantasy/sadomasochistic film (did I ever tell you that I hate the concept of genre? Oh, I’ll write a post about that in the future, and it will be full of anger and contempt!) Agalmatophilia: A Tragedy In Three Acts.
In order to share with you a more detailed introduction to the film, over the next three weeks, I’m going to write some posts concerning three (or four, depending on how you look at the world) of the fundamental aspects of storytelling: characters (who), space & time (where & when), and action (what & how).
(I would like to point out that I’m fully aware I will be abstracting these aspects, or elements, from their context, that is, the narrative. It’s a common thing to do, and I also think it’s a fun way to explore the story.)
Also, I’m proud to announce that C-47, the guys who made Creation and Destruction, the two videos I recently shared with you, are currently organising an event for the film. It’s going to be a cinema-related pub quiz and it will take place here in Dublin (see link below). I’ll share more info pretty soon, so check my updates.
That’s it for now!
If you want to help us make Agalmatophilia: A Tragedy In Three Acts:
The Art Of Film; A Pub Quiz:
C-47 Facebook Page: