Funding my film with my memories
There are 2 moments that forged my imagination. The day I discovered I preferred Batman to Superman and the day my best friend read X Factor 14 and told me it “was the best story he had ever read”. Of course, he wasn’t a reader. I decided he was who I created for. People who wanted to be inspired but didn’t know where to look. So what does this have to do with funding my film? Well, thepaperbicycle, the book has inspired a few great years of strategizing and innovating but now it’s time to embrace transmedia and tell more of the story on screen. That is going to cost money. I have a director (check out Stephen Ellis and microfilms on You Tube) and I have a script (buy a comic and get a copy). I am selling my comic books to fund it. 300 comics that each have reasons to be important. Great art and copy. Great storytelling. They’re available on eBay where I trade as brandsjunkies. So, go ahead. Buy a comic and get a free copy of my book and get a producer credit on what will be the next step in inventing the impossible vision the that is the paper bicycle company.