Jay Duplass talks about crowd-funding his first documentary Kevin

We’ve been hearing some great things about the first documentary KEVIN from filmmaker Jay Duplass about musician Kevin Gant. Also grabbing our attention was the fact that Jay has decided to use Kickstarter, not for himself but to help launch a comeback tour for Kevin on the film festival circuit. Jay was kind enough to sit down with us and tell us about why he had to make this film along with his experience in crowd-funding. The Kickstarter campaign is now down to it’s final 3 days and ends this Friday May 20th at 3:59pm PDT for those of you who find this interview in time and would like to contribute. Here is the short link – kck.st
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  1. HarrellWilliams
    HarrellWilliams says:

    … Anyway, I’m done. Kevin would talk to me about moving to Cali; he did it; then came back; then we lost touch; I heard he was playing at a coffee shop off Manor, but I didn’t get over to see him; now he’s in Cali again?? Great. I use to tell him he belonged in San Fran. Just thought this was crazy finding this info. I was actually checking out a filmmaker on KickStarter and he mentioned this documentary. Let me know when it is available for order; I’d like to get a copy.

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  2. HarrellWilliams
    HarrellWilliams says:

    …”The reason why I am so lean is cause I keep chasing limestone that I’ve never seennnn…spreading rumors of limestone soft enough to chew”… I remember going to one of his gigs, upstairs in a building on Congress. A big room. The place was packed!! I was at the Chicago House the night he opened for Jeff Buckley; Kevin put me on the guest list. Afterwards, I met Jeff Buckley outside while Kevin and I talked to people (Brandon Temple’s wife stood with us; she was just learning to play guitar

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