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Kickstart This: Existential Road Movie About 3 Women Traveling the Entirety of L.A.’s Longest Street

Kickstart This: Existential Road Movie About 3 Women Traveling the Entirety of L.A.'s Longest Street

Producers/co-directors Jena English & Brandon Wilson (“The Man Who Couldn’t” – a feature dramedy I helped release many moons ago, when I was running a fledgling distribution company called Voyager), have launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to finance their next feature, “Sepulveda,” which they describe as “an existential urban road movie about three young women who decide to travel the entirety of L.A.’s longest street” – that street of course being Sepulveda Boulevard, which runs over 40 miles.

The Kickstarter campaign goal is $32,000, with 21 days to go until it ends. As of the time of this post, just over $2,500 has been raised. It’s worth noting that it has the Kickstarter “Staff Pick” stamp of appreciation.

Watch the pitch video below, which provides a lot more information on the project, and then head over it’s Kickstarter page (where you will find even more info) and make a contribution. Or click within the Kickstarter widget underneath:

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