Sunday, January 11, 2015

Filmmakers of "White Rabbit" Are Looking for Your Help to Get Their Film into Theaters

Breaking Glass Pictures recently send us information about a Kickstarter campaign that the filmmakers of "White Rabbit" is trying to get their film into theaters. The campaign has already raised over $21,000. The filmmakers are looking at $45.000. There's 9 days left in their campaign to raise the necessary funds.

To contribute and find more information on their Kickstarter campaign, you can goto:

The White Rabbit family has launched a Kickstarter campaign to spread awareness and help get the film into as many theaters as possible. White Rabbit is much greater than just a film, it is a statement about one of the greatest problems existing in our society today - bullying and how that brings about youth violence. The team decided to come to Kickstarter because nearly everyone has either been bullied or knows someone who has. With your help we can get this visceral message the right amount of exposure and truly create a meaningful impact on today's youths.

White Rabbit stars Sam Trammell from "True Blood" and The Fault in our Stars, Britt Robertson from Disney's upcoming Tomorrowland and Nick Krause from The Descendants. White Rabbit will be released starting in 10 cities and Video on Demand starting February 13, 2015.

Following in tradition of Gus Van Sant's acclaimed Elephant, White Rabbit follows a bullied high school student's descent into madness. "With White Rabbit we are trying to bring these issues into discussion in order to help find a solution," says Nick Krause in the Kickstater video. "Hopefully you will help us get this film to the audience it deserves," adds Sam Trammell.

Backers can pledge as little as one dollar for the campaign. Prizes including autographed DVD's, White Rabbit t-shirts, digital extras and a link to the film will be rewarded to everyone who pledges at least $5. Screen credits and premiere tickets are available for large donors.

Kickstarter has selected the White Rabbit campaign as a favorite "Staff Pick." The campaign will end January 21, 2015 and the project will only be funded if at least $45,000 is pledged. The campaign is currently 20% funded but with your help we can push this important message even further!

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