Three Days to Go

THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR SUPPORT, YOUR CONFIDENCE AND YOUR PATIENCE DURING THIS LONG CROWDFUNDER which is now in its final days.

Your generosity has raised over $100,000 for the completion of this film, and with 4 days still to go until our Saturday, June 18th deadline.

We’re still busy getting the word out through bulk mailings, personal e-mails, social media postings and telephone calls.  And we hope that in the next few days others will follow your example and will come to the table to push our numbers up.

Ideally we’d love to see at least $113,000 when all is said and done.   $113,000 would mean that two international crowdfunders in 2014 and 2016 will have raised a total of $300,000 for the production and completion of the first factually-accurate film about Wilhelm Reich.

And that is an accomplishment we can all be proud of:  that a worldwide community comprising hundreds of people from dozens of countries rallied with one voice for a single purpose:  the creation, at long last, of an intellectually-honest film about Reich to supplant the decades of damaging falsehoods, distortions and misrepresentations.

All in all, not a bad way for all of us to spend our time and money.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/wilhelm-reic…

Thanks again.

Kevin Hinchey, Writer/Director  (contact me at:  khwrit@aol.com)

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About Kevin Hinchey

Since 2002, Kevin Hinchey has been a co-director of the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust in Rangeley, Maine (created by Reich himself in his Last Will & Testament) which helps to administer Reich’s archives at the Countway Library of Medicine at Harvard University; works with New York publisher Farrar, Straus & Giroux to publish Reich’s books; and operates the Wilhelm Reich Museum in Rangeley, Maine. Mr. Hinchey has an M.F.A. in Film & Television from the New York University Graduate Film School, worked as a screenwriter in Los Angeles and New York, is a member of the Writers Guild of America (West) in Los Angeles, and over the past ten years has been a film professor in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Mr. Hinchey was also part of an academic group that created the syllabus for a one-semester college course on Wilhelm Reich that provided the basis for an upper-level college elective that is now being taught in the United States.
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