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Linotype: The Film is a documentary about the Linotype typecasting machine and its search for a place amongst modern communication.
Linotype: The Film is a documentary about the Linotype typecasting machine and its search for a place amongst modern communication.
360 backers pledged $26,100 to help bring this project to life.

How Far We Have Come

There are times when things come together to remind you of how blessed and lucky you are. This is one of those times.

Right now, people are sitting down to watch the film in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Tonight, people in Knoxville, Tennessee will see the film. Currently, we are working on the Spanish sub-titles that will be used for a screening in Buenos Aires, Argentina next week. 

This is amazing to us. The film has screened in over two dozen locations all around the world and many more screenings are planned.

Although we still have a massive amount of work still left for the DVD and digital release, we want to take this moment to thank you for your support and patience in the process of making the film. We will have some exciting announcements and an updated release schedule to share with you in a few weeks.

It is an honor to be on this crazy journey with you.

All the best,

Doug, Jess and Brandon
"Linotype: The Film" Crew

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    1. Douglas Wilson 2-time creator on May 18, 2012

      Thanks so much for the kind words! We have strived to make the film as professional as possible on every level.

      I would love to present next year at the Y Conference next year. Please contact me directly via email: http://www.linotypefilm.com/connect.html

      All the best,

      Doug

    2. dconover on May 17, 2012

      your frequent updates reveal how professional you have been throughout this process. i look forward to the movie and suggest you keep in touch. i am involved with aiga san diego and for the past 17 years we've produced a design conference (check out this years conference at:
      http://y-conference.com/y17). perhaps you could come present next year?