THE CABIN SISTERS - Zosia and Clara Mamet

A project in New York, NY by The Cabin Sisters

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The sisters Mamet introduce their unique brand of folk via body percussion, banjo and harmonies. This will be their first music video.
Backers: 80
Average Pledge Per Backer: $35

Funded: $2,783 of $32,000
Dates: May 26th -> Jun 9th (14 days)
Project By: The Cabin Sisters
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Zosia Mamet opens up about Kickstarter flop

February 3rd - via:
“Girls” actress Zosia Mamet felt wounded when a fundraising campaign to boost her music career flopped, but she is determined to push on with her pop plans. (Read More)

Kickstarter Has Changed Indie Moviemaking for Good

January 22nd - via:
While Hollywood insiders talk about which big-budget studio movies made and lost the most money in 2013, there’s a far more interesting number to consider: 3,000,000. That’s how many people backed crowdfunding projects for a total of $481,788,567 last year — and that’s on Kickstarter alone. (Read More)

7 Totally Idiotic Kickstarter Campaigns

September 19th - via:
We show you the dumbest Kickstarter campaigns in this funny SMOSH article! (Read More)

David Mamet's daughters want money to make a video. Do you give it up?

June 13th - via:
Chances are you are not familiar with the song stylings of the Cabin Sisters, and you probably never will be. The band consists of Zosia and Clara Mamet, television actresses (Zosia is on Girls, Clara on The Neighbors) and daughters of playwright and filmmaker David Mamet. The sisters recently posted a Kickstarter video where they sat by a woodpile, panhandling for funds to make a music video for a song that sounds like it’s played on spoons and sung by seals. (Read More)

Girls star Zosia Mamet raises just $2783 out of $32k goal on Kickstarter to fund music video

June 12th - via:
The backlash against celebrities using Kickstarter appears to be growing. Or maybe Zosia and Clara Mamet just didn't write a very good song. The 25-year-old Girls star and her 17-year-old sister, who stars in the ABC comedy series The Neighbors, recently attempted to raise $32,000 to fund a music video for a song they wrote and failed, only managing to raise $2,783, less than ten percent of their total goal. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet's Kickstarter campaign fails, raises only $2,783 of $32,000 goal

June 12th - via:
It worked for Zach Braff and Kristen Bell, but a Kickstarter campaign didn't pan out for "Girls" star Zosia Mamet. The 25-year-old actress, daughter of playwright David Mamet, was seeking $32,000 in donations to fund a music video for her band with 17-year-old sister Clara. (Read More)

‘Girls’ star Zosia Mamet’s Kickstarter campaign flopped — and here’s why

June 12th - via:
Zosia Mamet's Kickstarter campaign with her sister earned less than 10 percent of their goal. Here are two possible reasons for their failure. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet’s Kickstarter campaign flops

June 10th - via:
Actress Zosia Mamet’s dreams of starring in her own music video have been left in tatters after the online campaign she launched to fund the project failed dramatically. (Read More)

The Zosia Mamet Kickstarter fiasco has taught us all some important lessons

June 10th - via:
The ill-fated Kickstarter project launched by Zosia and Clara Mamet has finally ended, and the sisters didnt exactly make their goal. Here are 10 important takeaways from this crowdsourcing fiasco. (Read More)

Much-Mocked Kickstarter Fizzles Out

June 9th - via:
Zosia Mamet is enjoying a cultural moment as one of HBO's "Girls" ... but NOBODY WANTS A CRAPPY MUSIC VIDEO from Shoshanna and her bad-banjo-playing sister ... we know, because their Kickstarter campaign just ended -- and it BOMBED. (Read More)

'Girls' Star Zosia Mamet's Much-Mocked Kickstarter Flops at $2,783

June 9th - via:
We all love Shoshanna on Girls, but it seems as if the general population doesn't really care for Zosia Mamet and her sister Clara's hipster folk dreams. (Read More)

How Celebrities Are Ruining Kickstarter

June 8th - via:
Tricia Romano on the growing frustration with celebrities using Kickstarter to finance their pet projects. (Read More)

Zosia and Clara Mamet’s Kickstarter meets little support

June 6th - via:
Two famous Hollywood scions tried to raise money for "body percussion" folk. It hasn't worked out so far. (Read More)

What would Shoshanna say? Girls star Zosia Mamet and sister Clara fail to impress fans with Kickstarter campaign

May 31st - via:
There are no “emojis” to describe Girls star Zosia Mamet and her sister Clara’s (as yet) failed attempt to raise $32,000 from fans to help launch their music careers. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet: the trouble with crowd-funding

May 31st - via:
Kickstarter seemed like a utopia for the skint-but-inspired to fund their work. Until the celebs got involved. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet’s Music Video Kickstarter Needs Funding!

May 31st - via:
The 25-year-old Girls actress recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for her and her sister Clara‘s music video for their group The Cabin Sisters. The campaign, however, has not received much traction, as they have only raised a bit of their $32,000 goal. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet launches Kickstarter campaign

May 30th - via:
“Girls” star Zosia Mamet has launched a campaign on to fund her debut music video. The actress and her sister Clara perform as The Cabin Sisters, and the siblings are seeking fan donations to cover the costs of the promo for their track “Bleak Love.” (Read More)

Girls Star Zosia Mamet's Kickstarter Campaign Needs a Jump-Start

May 30th - via:
Girls star Zosia Mamet launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the music video for her band, The Cabin Sisters, with her half-sister Clara Mamet. (Read More)

'Girls' Star Takes to Kickstarter to Fund Music Video

May 30th - via:
Zosia Mamet and her sister Clara together form The Cabin Sisters, who are seeking to raise $32,000 for their indie project. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet’s Kickstarter project

May 29th - via:
What’s a wealthy celebrity with an idea and no funding to do? Hit up his or her generally much less wealthy fans, of course! Zosia Mamet, who plays Shoshanna on “Girls,” is the latest star to create a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for a project. Her goal, Gawker reports: To raise $32,000 so she and her sister Clara Mamet—both daughters of David Mamet–can make a music video. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet and Clara Mamet Kickstarter Fail: Backlash Against Celebrity Crowd-Funding Or Poor Twitter Skills?

May 29th - via:
Critics of celebrity crowd-funding campaigns have been taking great joy in watching Zosia and Clara Mamet’s effort to finance a music video through Kickstarter struggle to get off the ground. When Zosia isn’t playing Shoshanna Shapiro on HBO’s “Girls,” she’s singing in a folk band called the Cabin Sisters with her half-sister, Clara. The girls, both daughters of the playwright David Mamet, say they need $32,000 to produce a video for their song “Bleak Love,” but as of Wednesday afternoon, the project had only managed to raise $584 from 14 backers -- a far cry from the $2 million Zach Braff was able to raise in just three days. (Read More)

Zosia Mamet Wants You to Donate to Her $32,000 Folk Music Kickstarter

May 29th - via:
Oh, rich people. They're always made to believe that ANYTHING is possible in the beautiful universe we live in, that every dream is within reach, that people will actually care when they pick up a banjo and launch a Kickstarter. Zosia Mamet — aka Shoshanna from Girls — is one of those rich people. Zosia and her sister Clara were all like, Let's spend time some time together! Let's do covers of folk songs and dress up like Janis Joplin if Janis Joplin was in this spring's Free People catalogue! (Read More)

Oh No They Didn't! - Zozia Mamet's kickstarter flops

Zosia Mamet and her sister Clara Mamet, both children of David Mamet, have started a hipster folk band and no one is giving them a penny to make their music video. Excuse me, that was a rude exaggeration. As of writing, nine people have donated $456 of the $32,000 goal. So there is a full 98.6 percent left that you can fund, if this band suits your fancy. (Read More)

Which Girls Star is Using Kickstarter to Raise Money for Her Band?

May 28th - via:
Look at this! It's another famous and wealthy person using Kickstarter to raise money for a vanity project. But who is it this time who is following in the trailblazing footsteps of Zach Braff? Why, it's Zosia Mamet, also known as Shoshanna on Girls, and also ALSO known as David Mamet's daughter. Anyway, Zosia and her sister, Clara, are trying to raise money for their band Cabin Sister's first music video. (Read More)

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