The StoryThe music video business is a tough business to crack into. Even if you've made a few here and there, it's still hard to not only showcase the artist whom you have contstructed a film for, but it's also hard to even generate funds and get the video to be seen.
So, last year we made it our mission to find an artist we like, a musician of which we could make a wonderful little video for, and get their work viewed. We found Danielle Fricke, and from there everything just went sky-high.
Danielle wrote and performed The Bear in order to talk about the lies that each of us carry around inside. Sometimes we feed the bear and the lie grows. Often times at no control of our own. Our goal is to visually tell you this song's story, but we can't do it without your help.
We feel that songs are up to interpretation about their meanings, and we believe the same philosophy applies to music videos. We have applied our own interpretation of the song into our project, and would love to share it with the rest of the world.
This is also a great opportunity to help a young, budding artist get the attention we feel she deserves, and it would be amazing to be able to say we were there at the beginning. Danielle has a lot of potential, and if anyone can donate whatever they can to the cause, you'll know you'll not only be helping out filmmakers, but a sweet, young girl from Canada as well.
What We Need & What You GetWe're asking for 3,000 dollars to cover expenses such as location/permit fees, equipment rental, food, camera rental, boat rental and the cost of post production.
We have some great perks to offer you and would love for you to donate to our project. Every dollar you give goes toward making this music video better than it would be without your donation. Even if you can't donate, please follow along with our project on facebook and share our IndieGoGo page with a friend.
Jamie is one of my oldest friends and working hard to chase his dreams. Plus, we've had a few Facebook political battles, and I would love - love - for him to have to credit some of his support to a blog whose aim is to support free-market capitalism. If your finances are in a better state than the federal government, please consider throwing a couple bucks his way.