Nope, and, fine question! (and hello!)
We financed the development and production of OBVIOUS CHILD with a combination of equity from traditional film financiers (aka our heroic executive producers!) and grants from a few equally heroic non-profit film organizations. We always had a small gap to fill between what we had and what we needed and are here to raise the last bit of our budget through our community (hai, that is you!) on Kickstarter. From the very beginning we've wanted to share our story and process with the folks that cared most about seeing our project come to life, and who'd get cool stuff and experiences in exchange for their joining in. (Again, really hoping that is you.)
Though we're done editing the film as far as ordering and cutting sequences and scenes, actually legit finishing a movie for a world premiere at Sundance involves a host of post-production work and costs including sound design and mix, color correction, music licensing, title design and animation, mastering the film to a Digital Cinema Package (DCP), HD Cam, and DVD, designing and printing superbasic marketing materials like our poster and postcards, working with a publicist to help us raise the profile of the project on the ground at Sundance (where there is a lot going on that is not us and our film!), film festival submission and shipping fees to keep playing festivals after Sundance, and of course creating and shipping all the stuff we're offering as rewards! Want to chat about it further? Send us a message!