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GTFO is a film exposing the harassment of women in gaming. It features gamers, bloggers, scholars, developers, and other experts.
Backers: 1404
Average Pledge Per Backer: $24

Funded: $33,706 of $20,000
Dates: Mar 26th -> May 10th (45 days)
Project By: Shannon Sun-Higginson
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Latest News

GTFO documentary reaches Kickstarter goals

May 14th - via: gamesindustry.biz
Film-maker Shannon Sun-Higginson has surpassed the $20,000 goal for her Kickstarter campaign to fund a film focusing on the abuse and harassment of female gamers and developers, raising $33,706 from 1,404 backers. (Read More)

Sexism in games documentary ‘GTFO’ gains support through Kickstarter

The Kickstarter community has successfully funded another project meant to cast a spotlight on rampant sexism within the world of video games. GTFO: A Film About Women in Gaming, has surpassed its initial target of $20,000 in pledges with more than a week a to go in its month-long campaign. (Read More)

Gaming sexism documentary secures Kickstarter funding

May 7th - via: joystiq.com
Filmmaker Shannon Sun-Higginson has reached her Kickstarter funding goal for GTFO, an upcoming documentary film that explores the frequent sexism and harassment experienced by women who play video games. (Read More)

We're fully funded!

May 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to all the generous backers out there, we were fully funded as of last night! Thank you to everyone who pledged and spread the word! From $1 to $500, all of you made a difference. I'm excited to get this project really going. Some other... (Read More)

Hate Sexual Harassment In Videogame Culture? So Does This Kickstarter Project

May 1st - via: forbes.com
Shannon Sun-Higginson isn’t a gamer, but when a friend told her about the Cross Assault incident, where competitive gamer Miranda “Super_Yan” Pakozdi was harassed on camera by her own coach, she was shocked. Then her friend told her, “This is the tip of the iceberg.” Soon, she was intrigued enough to put her skills to work. Sun-Higginson is a production coordinator for a television company, Zero Point Production. And she plans to turn this topic into her first feature documentary GTFO (which refers to the catch-all dismissal, “Get the f— out”) with the help of Kickstarter. (Read More)

Kickstarter project helps female gamers and tech careers and family (Podcast)

Girls rule in this week’s EE Tech News Podcast. Experts Exchange Marketing Coordinator Brittny Peloquin joins Jenn to talk about some of the issues facing women in the tech today including how a Kickstarter project could help end discrimination of female gamers and what Yahoo! is doing to help employees with a new baby at home. (Read More)

Halfway there!

April 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi all - We've made it to the halfway mark for this project! Thank you so much to our supporters for backing the film! There are just 17 days left, so if you haven't already, please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, and take a second to... (Read More)

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