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For the past three years Too Hard has been showcasing/leading the way in women's progression in action sports.
Too Hard is a womens snowboard project completely run by women snowboarders. They aim to put more confidence into womens snowboarding. They want women and girls to be fearless and go for what ever they want no matter what anyone says. haters gone hate.
Too hard is not about girly girls or lipstick or pretty faces it is the raw, unabridged version we are not separating ourselves from the boys we want to grow along side them.
Danyale Patterson, Madison Blackley, Fancy Rutherford, Leanne Pelosi, Hana Beaman, Riley Elliott, Corinne Pasela, Kumara Kelley Tove Holmgren, Nirvana Ortanez, Laura Rogoski, Taylor Elliott, and many more.
Why We Need Your Contribution:
All kidding aside, we truly believe in producing women's snowboard movies and need your help. Too Hard began when founder, Danyale Patterson, saw the need for women's snowboarding to be represented. With bootstrap financing she bought a camera and had people film her pushing the level of female street snowboarding. From there Too Hard was created, along with almost twenty other up and coming female snowboarders they have poured their hearts, souls, money, time & energy into building a production company that allows them to have a creative outlet that promotes women to challenge themselves in action sports. With money out of our pockets along with greatious support from our sponsors we have made movies for the past few years. We do not want too hard to fade away. we want our fourth movie to be strong and we are looking to you to support the film. we are empowering you to bring this project and movement to life.
We are not trying to make a hollywood budget movie but to highlight the talent of the athletes and tell the story of women's snowboarding.
The number of resources that can be dedicated to this project is directly correlated to the amount of money we are able to raise. Making a film is an expensive undertaking and attracting the talent of those who can best tell this story costly. As much as we wish it wasn't so, the more money we raise, the better this film will be.
What Your Money Will Go Toward:
- production of our 14/15 movie
- A flimer
- Post production/editing
- camera and computer equipment
- marketing and premiers
Basically, more money means more videographers to film more women, have improved post-production and editing, as well as get the word out to more people.
Too Hard would like to thank you for your support along with our sponsors; Fyve, Burton, Vans, Gnu, 32, Airblaster, Koalition, Illusive, and Bataleon. We could not do it with out you.
Risks and challenges
Too Hard, is an all female snowboard movie and different from most other snowboard films. We are professional snowboarders, but as women we have much smaller budgets, if any at all. Many of our sponsors have helped us as much as possible and we are very grateful, however last minute expenses such as injuries, hardware and the cost of finalizing the movie is becoming a struggle. We have poured our hearts, souls, and saving accounts into this movie because we believe in it, and the rise of women in action sports. Please help us to make our dream a reality.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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