Are you vegan/vegetarian? Are you very/kinda rich? Well if you answered yes to both of those questions then keep on reading (if you didn’t, don’t worry, you can keep reading too).
Documentary filmmaker Eric Prescott in association with the International Humanities Center and the Boston Vegan Association is trying to produce I’m Vegan, a “series of short documentary profiles featuring vegans from all walks of life, produced with an eye toward addressing preconceived notions about vegans and veganism”.
In the documentary Prescott hopes to spotlight vegans from all walks of life as they go about their daily business — all of which will be edited around the central narrative of an interview that provides the structure and the context to counter negative stereotypes of vegans and veganism.
Now let’s talk cash! The total budget is $25,000 and so far only $3,435 dollars has been raised (roughly 15 percent). Ouch! So if you’ve got a few bucks laying around (or a few thousand) and want to help produce a film spotlighting the awesomeness of the vegetarian way of life, visit ThePoint.com to get more information and help donate.
Come on Ecorazzi readers — let’s get this thing made!