40 days remaining to back the project of the award winning Egyptian director “Jehane Noujaim” for her movie The Square – A film about the Egyptian Revolution.
Jehane Noujaim’s movie is in the Kickstarter funding platform that supports creative projects. The Funding ends: March 7, 2013
After The Square premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and received a standing ovation from the audience, it now runs in the film festival’s World Cinema Documentary Competition.
After these successes, Jihane Noujaim does not want her movie The Square to be left behind; however she has taken it to to raise funds to finish the film.
If you believe in big talents, and you are ready to help in the funding of this creative work, please Pledge 1$ or as much as you like in the Kickstarter to help Jehane in the progress of The Square.
A word from Jehane Noujaim the Director of THE SQUARE:
” THE SQUARE is a film about a group of young Egyptians brought together by a revolution, and who – together – find a new sense of hope for their country… in Tahrir Square. THE SQUARE celebrates the process of a truly democratic movement as it unfolds in real time. It celebrates the people. It celebrates their spirit.
Two years in, the revolution is far from over. We are asking you, the Kickstarter community, to help finish our film. There are so many ways we want to make sure this film really comes to life after it debuts at Sundance … in Egypt, in the USA, and really around the world. That’s where you come in! We want to inspire the world, and we need your help.
We’re off to a great start – we’ve been accepted into the World Documentary Competition for Sundance 2013, but our mission to inspire the world is just beginning.
Keep us going!
It’s been two years since we began this incredible project. We’ve come this far and are committed to continue because we believe this is a story that needs to be shared. As they say in the film, “One inch we gain today will be worth miles down the road.” Take that road with us now.Sincerely,
– Jehane Noujaim, Director, THE SQUARE “