[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcement--YIDDISH FILM LOOKING FOR SUPPORT
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Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements
August 27, 2011
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Subject: YIDDISH FILM LOOKING FOR SUPPORT!
The first Yiddish language film ever to be shot in Canada, and the second
in North America in over 70 years, is set to shoot mid October and we need
It has been a real challenge to fund because of the decision to shoot the
film in Yiddish (with English subtitles). Despite a lot of pressure to
make it in English, we are sticking to our guns but need your help. We
have launched a fundraising page on a crowd funding website called
indiegogo - the link is here:
This film is an important film. A large number of small donations can make
a big difference. So please pass this on to everybody you know - if 3000
people to give $10.00 we will have reached our goal!
You can visit the website thepinmovie.com for more details about the film
and check out the article just published in the CJN (Canadian Jewish News)
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