Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) March 17, 2011 -- March, 2011 Producers Becky Best and Wendy A Goldman announce a campaign to support the production of their new feature film, AN INCORRECT MAN. The launch is with Kickstarter.com. Kickstarter is the worlds largest funding platform for creative ventures and intellectual properties. Every month, thousands of people utilize this unique online pledge system to fund projects ranging from film to music, art, technology, and publishing.
Kiickstarter projects are inspiring, entertaining as well as diverse. They range in scope from large to small. Sun Come Up, a Kickstarter funded short documentary, was an Academy Award nominee this year. The Woods, a film which opened at this years Sundance Film Festival was largely funded by Kickstarter. Also, Time Magazine named Kickstarter one of the 50 Best Inventions of 2010.
The Kickstarter campaign for AN INCORRECT MAN will fund the completion of the screenplay and shift the production process into high gear. For details on the campaign itself visit AN INCORRECT MAN [http://kck.st/e8OG5I] project page at Kickstarter.com.
AN INCORRECT MAN is an original story that utilizes humor and satire to give people a vision of life in a world seemingly overrun by political correctness one mans journey through life in which he just cant say or do anything without offending someone.
Its important to know that Kickstarter pledges are only collected IF the financial goal is met by the April 16th deadline. Those who get involved will receive a wide range of rewards for their support. These can be found on the films project page at Kickstarter along with a sample of the script.
Producer Becky Best states: We want to be the peoples film company, so who better to invite to participate in the funding and to share in the filmmaking process than the public.
Producer Wendy A Goldman adds: Through our Kickstarter campaign, we hope to continue the tradition of such great films as Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, The Candidate, Wag The Dog, and others about one mans effect on American politics.
Mark Twain said Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand. With An Incorrect Man, that assault continues.