16 years after the collapse of civilization, an isolated family must decide how to deal with a half-feral drifter.
***UPDATE: To be clear: Higher reward tiers are umbrella the lower tiers. If you go for a higher tier, you will receive all rewards in the tiers below it*** Thank you Shane!
The story goes like this: With a successful $10,000 Kickstarter campaign, Tribe was an attempt to shoot a short film with the scale and production quality of a Hollywood movie. We needed costumes, props, a crew of seventeen people and live animals to film in an environment so cold it froze every motorized piece of machinery we brought we us. It was an expedition shoot with a margin of error of close to zero. No cell phones. No internet.
And we only had four and a half days.
Despite the forward vehicle hitting a deer on the drive up well outside of cellphone range, despite the cook secretly having a stomach virus which she managed to transmit to no one, and despite conditions that literally froze your eyelids together, we did it.
We shot the movie.
Fast forward six months. The film has turned out better than I could have hoped. It met our original goals and then some. The picture, the pacing, the acting. It's all there. You could say we hit a bullet with a bullet. Which is why we're going back to Kickstarter.
We want the the film to be the best that it can be, and to do that means marrying the quality of the picture with quality sound design and scoring. We've brought on board an incredibly talented musician, Giancarlo Vulcano who worked with Howard Shore on movies such as the Departed, Lord of the Rings, and a History of Violence. He's currently employed by a little show called 30 Rock, which some people might remember as having one of the best soundtracks to any sitcom. Ever.
Three large will cover his score plus a talented sound designer to bring the audio home. But what if we go over? Well, I'm glad I asked myself that question. As some of you may or may not know, festival submissions cost a pretty penny. Many of them are $50 for a short film, which can add up very quickly. Any additional funds will go towards the festival fund.
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Aug 3, 2012 - Aug 24, 2012 (21 days)
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A big fat thank you! Every dollar helpsEstimated delivery: Sep 2012
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A digital screening of the film. See it before it hits the festival circuit in full HD glory.Estimated delivery: Oct 2012
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An HD digital master of the final product. Put it on a hard drive and watch it until the grid goes down.Estimated delivery: Oct 2012
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The above PLUS some digital ink. That's right--you get a credit at the end of the film over some creepy music.Estimated delivery: Oct 2012
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A DVD of the final final film, plus extras. See why the deleted scenes were deleted.Estimated delivery: Feb 2013
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A life size movie poster! Hang it on the ceiling above your bed and gaze into the apocalypse. Take a look at the poster at: http://www.adambesheer.com/TRIBE_POSTER.jpgEstimated delivery: Feb 2013
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An original hand-drawn storyboard from the film.Estimated delivery: Feb 2013
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One compilation DVD of the work of the director. Includes his thesis film The End of Evolution, the as-of-yet unreleased animation Big Swim, and a couple other short projects nobody is going to see but you.Estimated delivery: Feb 2013
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A hand made, 100% organic primitive arrow used in the film. Strung together with deer guts! It's a real work of art.Estimated delivery: Feb 2013
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An associate producer credit and an invitation to attend the premier in New York City. And a soda.Estimated delivery: Oct 2012
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For making this easy, you get an executive producer credit in big bold letters. Your name will appear on all promotional material associated with the film, you're invited to the premier of the film in New York City in the Fall, we'll cook you dinner and shower you with compliments. Really. You're amazing.Estimated delivery: Oct 2012