Filmmaker:Jason Sussberg & D...
Genre : Documentary
A documentary on the scientists in the human longevity movement who are trying to cure aging as though it were a disease.
This is a character-driven documentary about the science and philosophy of a few people around the world who are trying to develop medical technologies that will make us all live past our natural lifespans. These scientists claim that the coming age of the fountain of youth is just on the horizon, and that many people alive today will see the benefits. But if they truly can do this, should they? In this 90 minute film, we will explore their means and motivations as they grow older, and thus nearer to their own deaths.
This is going to be an amazing film, full of fun and interesting moments as well as interesting people and science. You won't want to miss it!
We need exactly $20,000 to finish shooting the film. We've come a long way since October 2010 when we first started shooting this project, and now we need your help to reach the finish line.
For donations of 100 dollars or more, we are happy to offer a tax exemption for your contribution! Yay!
You get the warm and fuzzy feeling of being a part of this massive enterprise!
You'll get a cool post card from New York, and a sneak peek at the website and promo material for the project.
Receive an exclusive sneak peek download of the final film and other materials, plus the post card
You get the DVD when the film is out! Nice.
You get the DVD plus a Blue Ray. Also we will send you sneak peaks of the project before it comes out.
Everything above plus a poster of the movie.
You get everything above plus your name in the credits of the film. Hoo haa! You're name is henceforth immortal.
You get a sponsor credit on the website and the film. This is nice exposure!
You are now an Associate Producer on the film. Contact David Alvarado for more info: email@example.com
You are now a producer for the film. For more info on this or larger donations, contact David Alvarado for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org