"TV Man: the Search for the Last Independent Dealer"
Fund a new music score to complete and release this documentary that is a "combination of time travel and family reunion."
SET THE TV MAN FREE!
"TV Man" has been in music licensing hell and now is your chance to release and view what many have been clamoring for the past two years. The funding goal will allow for a new score to be composed for the film, allowing it to at long last be viewed by the public. For a small contribution of $10 you can make this happen and be among the first to stream the film; for a shortly larger sum of $15 you can be among the first to digitally download a copy for your own private library.
"TV Man" tells the story of the last few remaining men and women who sold and serviced analog tube television sets, serving their communities in the last half of the 20th Century. Relive the glory days of tubes that burned out and the men who replaced them and became a valued friend of the families they served.
Follow me on an adventure as I meet these TV men and women to find a dealer in the Pacific Northwest who can fix my beloved portable 1966 Zenith Jetlite. Will the Jetlite come to life again?
Find out by donating to this project.
Risks and challenges
The $20,000 goal will cover the hiring of a composer to sight music cues, compose and record the score with additional musicians, and an editor to place the music cues and render the film for online streaming and digital downloads. Those donating will be provided personal digital keys for streaming and downloading once the film is finalized.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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