Wasilla Project - Indie filmmakers launch rape kit video
by NeciVelez, Tue Oct 07, 2008 at 05:41:56 AM EDT
A group of independent filmmakers has launched The Wasilla Project
The purpose of the project is to produce a series of short (2-3 minute), video portraits of Sarah Palin and her hometown of Wasilla that can be a valuable addition to the prevailing impressions of her. As time and resources allow, we may do a longer edit as well, one which goes into depth on broader topics raised by Palin and her political career.
The audience for these videos are not the already decided on the right or the left, it's a much as possible people who are undecided, people who want to believe in an inspiring narrative, while voting in the best interests of themselves and the country.
They describe themselves:
Who are we? Our team is a group of friends who often work together on various film projects, and had a common interest in understanding who Governor Palin is. We feel that good media that's informative and thoughtful is crucial to democracy. We sent the word out to family and friends and soon had raised the money for flights and hotels. We are volunteering to put together these films and produce this site. Our hope is that people who come to this site and watch our videos, will be similarly inspired to take action and get involved. We all benefit when we live in a country where people are informed and dedicated to voting with their hearts AND their minds. Thank you for your interest and ideas.
Their first effort is a piece entitled:
which can also be viewed on their website and on youtube.
Please help this go viral, and give them support.