Animal Welfare Documentary

Animal Welfare Documentary

We are currently producing a 15-minute fly-on-the-wall documentary following The Llama Park in East Sussex.

They did it!


On 1st Dec 2016 we successfully raised

£100

with

8 backers

in

28 days



We are currently producing a 15-minute fly-on-the-wall documentary following The Llama Park in East Sussex. The Llama Park is owned by Susan and Bobby and their daughter Lilly and they currently home llamas, alpacas, reindeer's, donkeys, and horses. We hope to follow the eccentric owners to give you an insight of the family-fun Llama Park.

Our team:

Jonathan Bridges - Director

Joe Pickford - Camera Operator

Ellie Plummer - Editor

Ryan Etherington - Sound Technician

The money

As students, money is something that we all lack but is definitely something that we really need in order to travel to and from East Sussex multiple times. We are asking for £200 to cover the majority of the costs alongside our own contributions. Your contributions will help us make the documentary the best that it possibly can be and we have set up several rewards for certain contributions. 

Challenges

There are many challenges of having to produce a film in quite a short amount of time. The main thing that we struggled with was finding somewhere that would let us film and get the content that we need for our documentary. Another thing we have struggled with is getting funding to travel to certain locations. However, after many meetings and discussions, we were able to overcome the first challenge. Now, we need your help to allow us to overcome the final challenge.

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