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. . . by Alan M.



March 28, 2015

Two more Kickstarter movies: *Monogamish* and a Tamera documentary


Following the Looks Like Love to Me and Twice movie projects on Kickstarter — both met their funding goals — two more poly-related Kickstarts are in progress. Both are documentaries.

Monogamish

This one blew past its original goal of $35,000 in just a few days. After his divorce, filmmaker Tao Ruspoli "took to the road for over 3 years to talk with relationship experts, best-selling authors, relatives, historians, artists, sex workers, philosophers and ordinary people, about love, sex and marriage, throughout history and into the 21st century."

Ruspoli says the filming is done; it includes Dan Savage, Esther Perel, Christopher Ryan, John Perry Barlow, Diana Adams, and Stephanie Coontz among others. "Monogamish is the world's first high-quality, wide-release film that includes interviews with all of the world-renowned experts in this subject area." The money will be used to produce the finished documentary and build publicity for it.

The pitch:



And here's the trailer for the movie itself.

Kickstarter page. Facebook page. Podcast interview with the director.


Healing of Love — Sex, Partnership and the Village

This is a documentary about the long-running Tamera commune in Portugal, "a school and research station for realistic utopia," which spun off from ZEGG in Germany. I wish the director had given the film a clearer title. Maybe that's why its Kickstarter campaign is off to a slow start; it's at $3,618 of $21,000 with 29 days to do.

Tamera, "a global leader on research into new models of love and relationship," has a story that deserves telling — with decades of poly intentional-community building, and apparently successful adaptation and evolution to surmount problems, giving it cred. Hint: think ZEGG Forum. Here's the pitch for the documentary (you can skip through the overlong animated first third).



Kickstarter page. Tamera's Facebook page with some of what they're currently up to.

Interview with the filmmaker.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Chris said...

Backed both. Thanks!

April 05, 2015 2:09 PM  
Blogger Algorith Infotech said...

The video is awesome. They have done a great job to make the film a big hit. Their team work speaks for the sucess of film.

Allen,
Hupictz benzel.

September 18, 2015 7:54 AM  

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