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Crocodile

A project in Weymouth, United Kingdom by Thomas Cheater
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A frank and horrifying descent into the destruction of youth by a home made drug nicknamed crocodile for its devastating effects
Backers: 27
Average Pledge Per Backer: £132

Funded: £3,570 of £5,500
Dates: Jan 25th -> Feb 23rd (29 days)
Project By: Thomas Cheater
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New kickstarter

March 12th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

New kickstarter

March 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi guys have posted a new page for people wo still want to receive their copies and pay in to the film from overseas etc, http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tomcheater/crocodile-0 It's all much appreciated and we will strive to get everything to you... (Read More)

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March 1st - via: kickstarter.com
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Dorset Echo article

February 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Article from todays Dorset Echo on the film and fundraising. http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/10236621.Funds_needed_to_turn_hard_hitting_film_from_Portland_director_into_reality/  (Read More)

Location scouting

February 12th - via: kickstarter.com
here are some photos from our location scout in the Hackney area of London from this week: taken by Jack Shelbourn.  (Read More)

Thank you

February 6th - via: kickstarter.com
A big thank you to all our current backers, its really appreciated. we are will be having more press soon from local sources and alike and will post as soon as its available, please keep spreading the posters and links it all really helps. working on... (Read More)

Behind the scenes photoshoot

February 1st - via: kickstarter.com
A behind the scenes look at a photo shoot for characters one sheet posters for 'Crocodile' filmed at Mowlem Studios London  (Read More)

New Interview with Director

January 28th - via: kickstarter.com
a new interview with thiscussion.com about crocodile with writer/director Thomas Cheaterhttp://www.thiscussion.com/2013/01/crocodileqa/  (Read More)

Flesh-Eating Drugs, Stop Motion Monsters And Super Mario Bros: The Best Of Crowd-Funded Film

January 21st - via: bleedingcool.com
If you think Hollywood is tough, try the world of independent film. Even better, try to get funding for your independent film. With fundraising platforms like Indiegogo and Kickstarter, which offer ways to plainly lay out pledge-reward investment structures, creating a plan for a crowd-funded film is easier than ever. But when you’re fundraising through a website where anyone can – and will – post a trailer for their own film along with a description of why it deserves investors’ money more than anyone else’s, how do you make your film stand out in the crowd? (Read More)

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