The crowdfunding campaign of my film Agalmatophilia: A Tragedy In Three Acts (link below) has almost come to an end. In around a week, I’ll have to say goodbye to Indiegogo, and I’ll find myself, once again, in the real world (of course, that’s a lie).
I wrote that I would spend the last half of the crowdfunding campaign posting content about the film itself, but unfortunately (fortunately), I had an idea for a new short film and... Well, I simply had to shoot it as soon as possible!
Some info about this project: it’s related to Agalmatophilia: A Tragedy In Three Acts, it’s called Introducing Adam: Beyond Creation And Destruction, it will be screened at the closing party of the crowdfunding campaign and my subscribers will be able to see it before everyone else.
As for the posts I haven’t published about the feature film, don’t worry (you were worried, weren’t you?): you will see them after the crowdfunding campaign is over on the gavinomarianomura.com Art Journal (now that I think about it, this piece of info is useful only if you’re reading this on Indiegogo).
And speaking of my Art Journal, I’d like you to know that its format will change a bit. I want to keep posting my thoughts on art and aesthetics, but I would also like to share the news regarding my work on another page. I hope that will make my art posts more engaging.
One more thing: if you have visited the Indiegogo page of my crowdfunding campaign, you have probably noticed that it’s been stuck for a while (sad but true). If you don’t feel any negative feelings coming from this post, well, that’s because I have actually been receiving a series of important external contributions.
At this point, I can’t say for sure that we will be able to shoot the entire feature right away. At the same time, I’m pretty convinced that we will make part of it or, better, that we’ll find other funding sources.
I’ll keep you updated, anyway.
‘But, hey, Gav, you still have a week!’
Yeah, that’s true:
If you haven’t contributed to the campaign yet, please consider doing it now (yeah, I mean, right now). We haven’t got much time left, and every single contribution, even the smallest one, can help us a lot!
Also, if you’re in Dublin on the 21st, come to the Agalmatophilia: A Tragedy In Three Acts Crowdfunding Campaign closing event (link below) organised by my friends at C-47 (whom I thank again for last Thursday’s super funny pub quiz!). The fabulous Nervvs and Jake Regan will be there to play, and there will also be something that art enthusiasts will love (tba).
Yeah, so... That’s it for now!