Down to the Wire!
Just 11 hours left as I write this. We have raised over 10 grand. That is pretty amazing. But will we hit our goal? Hey, we just had a $1000 donor step up minutes ago. The future is unwritten!
I want to thank the amazing Erika Rockwell, our social media consultant, who has grown our Twitter following from 0 to over 550 in under two weeks. And we have met some truly awesome people in doing so! The most amazing thing is the outpouring of heart from our fans and friends. We have a lot of people invested in this film, and not just financially. Folks care. Our fight has become their fight. Guys like Edwin Quinones and Bryan Hardbarger and Jaci Cannon and Janice Kay and so many others - folks who see what we're trying to do and have stepped up to say, "Cool. We're down with this." From the bottom of my heart, I say thank you.
seconds to go
Pledge $1 or moreYou selected
We will post your name online at the official Liberator website (www.liberatormovie.com) as "Special Thanks to".
Pledge $5 or moreYou selected
Digital download of the Liberator screenplay by Jim Cirile and Aaron Pope, featuring cover art by Jesse D'Angelo (SyFy's "Hollywood Treasure") as well as the closing image of the film, a full-page comic art panel by former Marvel Comics Art Director Darren Auck.
Pledge $10 or moreYou selected
The above, plus a digital download of the original, hauntingly beautiful orchestral score of the movie, written by composer Timothy Wynn ("Red Faction: Guerrilla")
Pledge $15 or moreYou selected
All the above plus digital download of the completed film upon release. *** NOTE: $25 prize should be DVD copy, not a download, of the film. Kickstarter will not let us change this because people have already claimed this.***
Pledge $25 or moreYou selected
All of the above, plus a digital download of the film (when it's released).
Pledge $26 or moreYou selected
All the above plus a chance to BE IN THE MOVIE! We will randomly select three donors who donated $26 or above, once financing is successful, to appear as Greyclaw Guards in a sequence with Lou Ferrigno. Please see update #7 for full details.
Pledge $50 or moreYou selected
All of the above, plus a Special Thanks to: in the film's credits and a copy of the DVD upon release signed by star Lou Ferrigno.
Pledge $100 or moreYou selected
All of the above, plus a high-quality reproduction of an original page of Liberator comic art created for the film by Darren Auck, signed by the artist.
Pledge $250 or moreYou selected
All of the above, plus a chunk of street -- an actual chunk of the (styrofoam) street segment hurled by Lou Ferrigno in the film -- as well as an 8x10" photo still of Lou hurling the chunk signed by Lou Ferrigno, Director Aaron Pope and Executive Producer Jim Cirile
Pledge $500 or moreYou selected
All of the above plus a Liberator wall plaque sculpted by Liberator supersuit designer Robert Miller--a full-size reproduction of the heroic chrome eagle worn on the Liberator's chest, ready to hang and autographed by Lou Ferrigno
Pledge $1,000 or moreYou selected
All of the above plus Associate Producer credit on the finished film.
Pledge $3,000 or moreYou selected
All of the above plus lunch with star Lou Ferrigno, Director Aaron Pope and Executive Producer Jim Cirile. Must be flexible on scheduling in order to accommodate Lou Ferrigno's busy schedule. Must be in Los Angeles, or else provide your own transportation and lodging.
Pledge $5,000 or moreYou selected
1 backer All gone!
All of the above plus the Liberator's Gravity Lance -- his screen-used "high-tech flagpole" (complete with tattered American flag) that propels him through the air. Only one exists -- first come, first serve!
Pledge $7,500 or moreYou selected
0 backers Limited (3 left of 3)
All of the above (except the gravity lance) plus one of three screen-used hero costumes: Volt, Gaia, or Sidewinder. Volt's suit is worn by Jessica Jade Andres; Gaia's by Tara Cardinal, and Sidewinder's by Don "the Dragon" Wilson. Subject to availability!
Pledge $10,000 or moreYou selected
0 backers Limited (1 left of 1)
All of the above (except the gravity lance and the other hero costumes) plus: the original, screen-worn Liberator armor. Designed by SyFy Channel's "Hollywood Treasure" co-host Jesse D'Angelo and built by Hollywood costume-maker extraordinaire Robert Miller. This iconic suit with the eagle across the chest was constructed of foam with a fabric undersuit and was custom made for Lou Ferrigno and worn by him in the film.
- (30 days)