The F.E.U.C. (Four Eyes United Club) is a short film that funded through PledgeMe and is screening as a part of FleetSt’s The Short List on the 28, 29 and 30 June at the Academy Cinemas on Lorne St in the City. And, they’ve told us “we couldn’t have done it without the support of the Pledgers!”. We asked Morgan a few questions about her PledgeMe experience, and this is what she told us:
What did you like about pledgeme?
It looks good, was easy to get started and is NZ run.
How did you find the experience?
Crowd funding is not easy money – you have to put in a lot of effort to reach your goals but I felt that our project was supported by the PledgeMe team.
Any tips for newbies?
Choose rewards that are fun and different but won’t take all your time and money! And as above – it does take work to hit your goal.
Anything you’d change about PledgeMe?
Nothing that I can think of… It worked well for us!
I say crowdfunding, you say:
Awesome people helping great projects.
Some info on “The F.E.U.C” – (Four Eyes United Club):
Seymour became a member of The F.E.U.C at aged four. Even with his lenses – that got thicker and thicker with each passing year – he was unable to see the admiring eyes of Nicolette. But she could see beyond the frame, and would do anything for him to notice her…
Writer/Director: Aidee Walker, Director of Photography: Roko Babich, Music by Andrew Keoghan, Produced by Morgan Leigh Stewart, Roko Babich & Aidee Walker in association with Fleet St Productions and The Filth Collective
The Facebook Event:
The Link for Tickets: