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pledged of $15,000 goal
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Aug 2, 2011 - Sep 1, 2011 (30 days)
Pledge $10 or more
Receive a hand-written Indian-themed thank you card from the director and a big mention on our Facebook site and film website blog.
Pledge $30 or more
All of the above PLUS an on-line exclusive screening of The Thick Dark Fog.
Pledge $60 or more
All of the above PLUS a signed copy of the DVD by the director.
Pledge $100 or more
All of the above, PLUS a copy of Walter Littlemoon’s memoir “They Called Me Uncivilized,” PLUS your choice of a 5x7 greeting card by Lakota artist Arthur Short Bull (www.dawnhawk.org), PLUS an on-screen credit.
Pledge $250 or more
All of the above, PLUS a beautiful production still, PLUS a limited edition of the film poster, PLUS a skype conversation with the director, PLUS two tickets to the premiere of the film near you (travel not included), PLUS a pair of beautiful hand-made Indian ear-rings (limit 10) OR a pair of blue Lakota star pillows (limit one) OR a beautiful hand beaded green pendant necklace (limit one).
Pledge $500 or more
All of the above, Plus dinner with the director (on him) in southern California, or if I’m traveling and am in your hometown we'll do it there! PLUS, a pink and blue Lakota star quilt (limit one), PLUS an 8x10 original water color painting by Lakota artist Arthur Short Bull (www.dawnhawk.org).
Pledge $1,000 or more
All of the above PLUS Lead Donor credit PLUS a package of award-winning DVD films from the director, producer and editor (total of 5 dvd's).
Pledge $2,500 or more
All of the above PLUS your choice of a famous Pendleton Native American blanket (twin size).
Pledge $4,000 or more
All of the above PLUS, for the adventurous, accommodations for two for three days at a bed and breakfast or the Prairie Winds Casino Hotel on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Explore the reservation or visit the sacred and beautiful nearby Black Hills, which are also home to the amazing Crazy Horse Memorial and Mt. Rushmore.