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Tomorrow We Disappear

A project in Brooklyn, NY by Jim Goldblum, Adam Weber, + Josh Cogan

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A feature documentary about Kathputli, India's last magician's colony. Help preserve this mystical place before it is destroyed.
Backers: 540
Average Pledge Per Backer: $115

Funded: $61,931 of $40,000
Dates: Oct 4th -> Dec 31st (15252 days)
Project By: Jim Goldblum, Adam Weber, + Josh Cogan
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January 31st - via:
Hi all, How y'all doing? We just wanted to chime in briefly here and let you know that in 3 weeks, we will be locking the cut! We are so happy with how the film has come together, and we are going to bring it around the festival circuit in 2014. More... (Read More)

Hi from that movie about the Magic Ghetto

November 20th - via:
Dearest Kickstarter Backers, I've heard the calls for more updates. And I ignored them. Then I got more calls, and I ignored those too. But now, it's months later, and the calls have stopped coming, and I feel…sad. And lonely! I miss all of you.... (Read More)

Hello from the trenches

May 11th - via:
Hi, y'all.  First, I want to apologize for the delay in updates. If you're like me, this isn't the only Kickstarter you follow. I've backed a good dozen projects, and sometimes I just get too many emails. About pretty mundane things. So, I... (Read More)

We're on our way!

December 13th - via:
Hello Kickstarter friends, We apologize for the long delay! Well, kinda? Cutting a documentary is a ton of tedious work, and we imagine you'd prefer us doing that over writing you banal updates about slamming our heads against editing terminals... (Read More)

Gift Rewards / Fire breathers / A story that never ends!

May 23rd - via:
Hey All, We've been working on sending out all of your Kickstarter rewards! Many of you have already received the beautiful puppets, quilts, and rings we brought back from Kathputli Colony. Others are still awaiting DVDs, posters, and tutorials. At... (Read More)

Hello Kickstarter Supporters!

February 19th - via:
Hello old friend, It's been awhile since we last spoke. We wanted to let you know that we arrived home safely from India a couple weeks ago. With us, we have seven--count 'em: seven--back-breakingly heavy duffel bags full of puppets, quilts, magic... (Read More)

We are funded!

November 15th - via:
40 days, 62 Facebook posts, 11 mass emails, 863 personal emails, and 73 friends telling us earnestly that if we don't shut up they will murder us in our sleep-later, AND WE ARE FUNDED. BOOM! POW! BAM! JOY! On behalf of the entire Tomorrow We... (Read More)

One Week To Go!

November 6th - via:
Hello Kickstarter Supporters, Jimmy, Adam, and Josh here. I don't know if you've been watching, but it's been one heck of a week. Our big news: Many of you showed your support for TWD for IndieWire Magazine's "Project of the Month," and in an... (Read More)

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October 31st - via:
Hello friends! IndieWire has just informed us that voting for 'PROJECT OF THE MONTH' is now open, and we need your help. If "Tomorrow We Disappear" wins, we get a consultation with the Sundance Institute, which would be a massive opportunity for our... (Read More)

We are "Project of the Week"

October 26th - via:
So it's official, thanks to you and your unbelievable, profoundly humbling support, the IndieWire community has just named us their "Project of the Week:"... (Read More)

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