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Story of a Sleeping Man: Recently Successful!

We did it!

After 40 nail-biting days and sleepless nights, we are happy to announce that the Kickstarter campaign for Story of a Sleeping Man has been successfully funded!

We’d like to express an enormous amount of thanks to all of our backers who contributed to help us this goal; we couldn’t have done it without your support!

Thanks to:

  • Russell & Christine Brightwell

  • Susie Shircliff

  • Jessica Lynn Suchon

  • Caitlyn

  • Nancy Gerstein

  • Michael Kelley

  • Sue Kelley

  • Zoe Sjogerman

  • Chuck Gliniecki

  • Martha M. Wittbrodt

  • Brian Vickers

  • Seth

  • Katie Crawford

  • Jim Kelley

  • Jean Distler

  • Janet Jou

  • Chris and Rick Distler

  • Patti Filipiak

  • Autumn Brightwell

  • Lucille Distler

  • SOIL Productions

  • Elizabeth A. Bohn

  • D.j. Moloney

  • Julie Daniels

  • Jim and Joan Distler

  • Nelda Brightwell

  • Devon

  • Kathy & Bob Zambruski

  • Nick Ruholl

  • John Kelley

  • Mary Chambers-Foltman

  • Kathy Mager

  • Julie Pohlman

  • John Guberud

  • Daniel Winterhalter

  • Jay Crain

  • Marsha Walker

  • Mary Pollard

  • Shirley Davidsmeyer

  • Jim and Kim Davis

  • Charline Chambers

  • Lester and Gloria McSchooler

  • Ruben & Rita Guzman

  • Dave and Neva Stokes

  • Josh Lilly

  • Gina Copeland

  • Ben Brightwell

Your generous contributions will allow us to complete and release this film in the way we originally intended. We will be in touch with all of you very soon!

As we near the final days of production this month, we will continue to keep you all up-to-date on the last shoots for Story of a Sleeping Man. We are expecting to go into post production during the beginning of April, and will have a completed film by May!

Thank you all once again forĀ  support. Want to show off to your friends, family and co-workers? Head over to our Backers section and see your name in print (kind of!)!

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