I'm not really surprised about the lack of interest in the motion picture
stocks, contributing $25 for a roll of 135 isn't as big contribution as $150
for 3 x super-8. And some small gauge shooters might be a bit reluctant to use
new "hip" things such as Kickstarter ;)
I myself though pledged $140, hoping to get the Collector box to try the film
in all different formats.
$250 000 is certainly doable -- maybe even easy to reach -- after all NEW55 was
able to raise $400 000 for a new (and rather expensive) bw type 55 instant
On Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:23:00 -0400
> It is indeed looking good. Not many people springing for the motion
> pictures stocks, though (less than 10 percent of the backers).
> > On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 12:26 PM, Nicholas Kovats <nkov...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> >> The Italian film manufacturing firm, Ferrania, have started a
> >> Kickstarter campaign as of today to rescue "Trixie" (large scale
> >> triacetate base production machinery), "Walter" (high volume chemical
> >> synthesis lab) and "Big Boy" (industrial film coating facility).
> >> $21,520 has been pledged of a $250,000 goal. The amount increased by
> >> $3,759 by the time I finished formatting this news.
> > It's climbing fast, hope it continues. When I noticed Heikki's post this
> > morning it was at $7K and last I
> > looked it was above $40K.
> > Alain
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