This film is an uncompromising look into the unseen world of male hustlers on the streets of Providence, Rhode Island. Read more
This project was successfully funded on July 25, 2012.
The premiere of Invisible will be in just two weeks at Providence Place Theaters. For those of you whose prize tier included tickets to the premiere, please arrive at the theater by 6:45 PM on February 7th to claim your ticket. We will have a separate Will Call for you, but please show up early so we don't give your ticket away.
For all others, the film is garnering lots of attention in Providence and elsewhere, and the premiere screening will most likely sell out shortly. To ensure your entry to the film, arrive early to purchase a ticket.
If you have any questions please feel free to message us!
Dio and the Invisible Crew
We're really eager to get your rewards out to you, but we don't have a place to send them!
If you could respond to either this post or email us at email@example.com with the address where you'd like these to be sent, please do so ASAP!
They're all sitting in envelopes, waiting to get to you!
We've just received our (or rather your) postcards in the mail today. We'll be shipping them out next week, so be sure to answer those survey questions!
In production news, we've recently wrapped up a great interview with Paul Fitzgerald, founder of AIDS Care Ocean State, about how his organization meets the specific needs of sex workers, as well as the state of outreach programs in Rhode Island.
In two weeks the production will be heading up to Montreal to visit the outreach program REZO's drop in center for male commercial sex workers. This trip was made possible by YOU! Seriously, we couldn't have made it there without you, so once again THANK YOU! REZO is the model for Project Weber's drop-in center, and our time there will go towards illustrating how an organization for sex workers can be successful.
And finally, Invisible has been in touch with Libertalia, Providence's autonomous free space, about hosting a promotional event for the film. We'll be celebrating the end of principal photography near the end of September with guest speakers, food, and some left over merchandise from our Kickstarter campaign. Director Dio Traverso and Project Weber founder Rich Holcomb will be there to speak about the filming experience and meeting with supporters. More details will follow shortly, so stay tuned to our facebook page. If you're in the Providence/Greater Boston area we'd love to see you!
Thanks again everyone!