Peter Schramm is creating Films, videos, photography
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$23
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Patreon is like an ongoing Kickstarter or Indiegogo (crowdfunding) campaign where every time I make a video and post it, you contribute whatever you pledged.  You can set a monthly maximum to be sure you stay within your budget.  *A note, I believe pledges are in $US, so you can check for equivalents in Canadian $ or other currencies.

I am interested in many things.  Since I am a cameraman, editor, photographer, sound recorder, technician, and promoter, I can make films and videos, sometimes I present films and sometimes I promote live music or performance.  It's about sharing experiences, life and art. 

I often run into musicians, who I think it would be cool to film with a bunch of cameras to help share and promote their music and gettting live gigs, but they don't have any money. 

Or people living in nature or living a low-consumption life style and they could be showing us how they grow food, how they deal with energy, how they live, etc...  But it takes time, energy and money to film them and edit it and share their story.  This is where you come in and can help out.  So, next time we have a great idea, we just do it.  That is the beauty of working in film and video, you can make films or videos about just about anything.

I live in the Kootenays in Nelson, British Columbia, which has been know over the years as a hotbed of alternative culture.  (As an example, British Columbia's educational network, Knowledge Network is broadcasting a series of short films from the area called "Dreamers and Dissidents".  I think that describes aptly the history and energy of the area.)  I moved back here from Montreal, because I grew up here and I grew up on the land during the "Back-to-the-Land" movement.  I thought rural stories were important and that we needed to live more locally again and not tax the earth so much to fulfill our wants and needs.


Goals
$23 of $1,000 per video
I have a bunch of Hi-8 videos from the 90's of world music, cultural events in Montreal, other parts of Canada and West Africa. Approximately $500 - $2,000 should be enough to get each video up. Here are some samples:
https://youtu.be/qc9h6pmmM-Q
https://youtu.be/a8-34W3tw1o
https://youtu.be/04RpGRH8vvs
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Patreon is like an ongoing Kickstarter or Indiegogo (crowdfunding) campaign where every time I make a video and post it, you contribute whatever you pledged.  You can set a monthly maximum to be sure you stay within your budget.  *A note, I believe pledges are in $US, so you can check for equivalents in Canadian $ or other currencies.

I am interested in many things.  Since I am a cameraman, editor, photographer, sound recorder, technician, and promoter, I can make films and videos, sometimes I present films and sometimes I promote live music or performance.  It's about sharing experiences, life and art. 

I often run into musicians, who I think it would be cool to film with a bunch of cameras to help share and promote their music and gettting live gigs, but they don't have any money. 

Or people living in nature or living a low-consumption life style and they could be showing us how they grow food, how they deal with energy, how they live, etc...  But it takes time, energy and money to film them and edit it and share their story.  This is where you come in and can help out.  So, next time we have a great idea, we just do it.  That is the beauty of working in film and video, you can make films or videos about just about anything.

I live in the Kootenays in Nelson, British Columbia, which has been know over the years as a hotbed of alternative culture.  (As an example, British Columbia's educational network, Knowledge Network is broadcasting a series of short films from the area called "Dreamers and Dissidents".  I think that describes aptly the history and energy of the area.)  I moved back here from Montreal, because I grew up here and I grew up on the land during the "Back-to-the-Land" movement.  I thought rural stories were important and that we needed to live more locally again and not tax the earth so much to fulfill our wants and needs.


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