The Man From Earth II: Man From Earth Millennium

A project in Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA by Richard Schenkman & Eric D. Wilkinson
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The further adventures of John Oldman, Jerome Bixby's Man From Earth.
Backers: 504
Average Pledge Per Backer: $68

Funded: $34,214 of $175,000
Dates: Sep 10th -> Oct 10th (30 days)
Project By: Richard Schenkman & Eric D. Wilkinson
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Latest News

The End, but not The End

October 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear supporter of “Man From Earth: Millennium”:With just hours to go in the campaign, it’s become obvious that we’re not going to reach our initial goal… but that’s okay!  We’re going to regroup, and come back very soon with a revised... (Read More)

Important PayPal Announcement!

October 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear Supporters: Please visit the Man From Earth II Facebook page for an important announcement regarding this campaign and PayPal. thanks very much --- Richard  (Read More)

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October 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Dear friends: I've created a Facebook page for "The Man From Earth: Millennium". If you're a Facebook user, would you please take a moment to "like" this page?... (Read More)

Past halfway, but not halfway

September 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi friends: Very briefly: There are now only 14 days left in the campaign, and we're nowhere near half-way towards our goal. We're trying to spread the message far and wide, but we need your help. Please tweet about the movie, post on Facebook about... (Read More)

You Asked For It: HD Download Perk Now Available!

September 15th - via: kickstarter.com
We've added a new perk at a new level: for $33 you will not only get all the benefits of the $16 reward, but you'll receive instructions for how to download a hi-res, HD file of the movie for you to own. Don't ask us exactly how it's going to work;... (Read More)

The First 24 Hours

September 11th - via: kickstarter.com
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“The Man From Earth”, and funding the sequel on Kickstarter

September 11th - via: roshan.info
If you’ve not yet seen the movie “The Man From Earth”, I highly recommend watching it. It’s one of my favourite movies and has made the Top 5000 list on IMDB with a rating of 7.9. The movie centers around a group of people, with one of them telling a story. Most of the story takes place in the living room of one of these people, and there’s hardly any action or CGI, but the movie will keep you at the edge of your seat throughout, wondering what’s going to happen next! The movie spread mostly through file-sharing networks and gained recognition as a result. The producers acknowledged that the movie gained far higher recognition than they had initially imagined and thanked file-sharers, encouraging fans to either buy the DVD or to donate. (Read More)

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