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The End of Green
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J.D. King

481 backers pledged $60,248 to help bring this project to life.

Announcing the new title!

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Dear Backers,

I'm thrilled to announce that the name of the film is now... BLUE!  BLUE is going to be the brand that represents what we believe in: Enhancing the beauty and health of the environment by maximizing individual freedom and national prosperity. Attached below are some images from the film and more info on the name change.

  • We were able to keep the Axed theme in the film and by toning it down it actually made the Axed theme more powerful. The decline of the timber industry and it's affects on rural communities remains a focus of the film, along with natural resources, population, wealth, poverty, industry, environmental stewardship, the cost of Green, Agenda 21, collectivism, totalitarianism, freedom, and prosperity.
  • Everyone will be receiving a new poster and bumper sticker with the BLUE logo and brand (provided your pledge qualified for that level).
  • The credits are currently being created, with a shout-out to all of you guys– the backers! If you don't want your name mentioned, please let us know. 
  • While the film is now complete we still have two major projects left to finish prior to release: The website and an official trailer. The website will be instrumental in making this into a movement.
  • Please feel free to comment below with any questions or thoughts. Thanks!
The Blue Planet!
The Blue Planet!
BLUE
BLUE
Fun, engaging animations were created for the film
Fun, engaging animations were created for the film
Tree Hugger!
Tree Hugger!
Playing the lumberjack
Playing the lumberjack
Animated graph
Animated graph

Comments

    1. Creator J.D. King on November 8, 2013

      Thanks for the comments Jim and Cathy. I greatly appreciate the feedback!

    2. Creator Jim Foster on November 8, 2013

      J.D., I really like the simplicity yet elegance of the chosen name. It did remind though of Carl Sagan's film "Pale Blue Dot," which left a bad taste in my mouth. Dr. Sagan tried to show in his film the unimportance of human life and how utterly insignificant we are in the cosmos. Your film on the other hand, if I understand your thesis, is to portray the exact opposite. Bravo to you for redeeming us and the earth from the slime pit of radical enviromania.

    3. Creator Cathy Kaech on November 7, 2013

      I like the new name...