Monday, April 24, 2017

Help Kickstart The Lo-Fi Life of Weird Paul

Scheduled for release in 2017 is the second documentary focusing on "Weird" Paul Petroskey, called Will Work for Views: The Lo-Fi-Life of Weird Paul. It's described as "a documentary film 30 years in the making."

Shooting has finished but now Eric Michael Schrader, the director, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help with various costs in order to complete the movie, market it and enter it in film festivals.

Here is what the money will go towards:
  • Color Correction
  • Audio Post Sound Mixing
  • Marketing
  • Film Festival Costs
  • Travel Costs for Talent and Essential Crew
Depending on the amount you pledge, rewards include Weird Paul stickers, temporary tattoos, a download of the movie, Weird Paul "Still Going Strong" CD, "Will Work for Views" T-Shirt, autographed Weird Paul vinyl record, "Will Work for Views" autographed poster, limited edition VHS edition of "Will Work for Views", and a personalized Weird Paul YouTube video.

If you pledge $400, you have the choice of seeing the movie's premiere in one of two cities. One option is to see the premiere in Paul's hometown of Pittsburgh where you'll also be able to have dinner with him and see him perform live in concert. The other option is to see the premiere in Los Angeles.

There are also VIP pledge levels available. Visit the Kickstarter page for more details.

Watch Weird Paul's trip to Hollywood while he was there to film part of Will Work for Views.

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