A new film by Matt Porterfield (HAMILTON, PUTTY HILL) about family, love and letting go. Shooting in Baltimore this summer. Read more
This project was successfully funded on August 13, 2011.
Last week specials & HARMONY KORINE original artwork level added!
We've just wrapped week 1 of our Baltimore shoot and are all incredibly inspired by how everything's coming together! Check out this great Baltimore Sun feature on the film and our campaign, top story in today's Arts & Entertainment section!
We're now entering the final leg of our Kickstarter campaign, with only a few days to go. Last night we added an exciting one-time-only new level - a one-of-a-kind copy of Harmony Korine's book TRASH HUMPERS with photographs from the film, autographed and featuring an original piece of artwork (painting or drawing) by Korine, himself.
Additionally, we have created some more DAILY SPECIALS for those who donate here in the homestretch.
Gordon Porterfield Writing Workshop: The first 10 people who donate $125 or more will get a day long (5 hour) writers workshop with playwright/novelist/poet/teacher Gordon Porterfield, Matt's dad. Gordon will go over how to get and stay inspired, finding your voice, and daily exercises to take your work to the next level.
First 8 people to donate $125 or more will receive a 30 second private song from Kim Taylor on the set of DARKER, hand written and signed lyrics to your pick of Days Like This or American Child, and signed copy of her Little Miracle cd.
The first 12 people to donate $125 or more get a signed vinyl from Ned Oldham (earliest donors will get first pick, 2 available of each). Vinyls include Anomoanon's "Portrait of John Entwistle" 10" (featuring cool horned skull art by Brian Deran), "Summer Never Ends" 12" ep, "Joji" 12" lp, "Portland"/"Now is the Season" 7" and Ned Oldham "Let's Go Out Tonight" 7" blue vinyl w/download. Also, we'll film Ned recording a private song on set and share it just for you.