ICEBOUND - A Feature Documentary

Help finish ICEBOUND, a feature documentary about an Alaskan legend: how men and dogs raced lifesaving serum across the frozen arctic to save the town of Nome
Film
$5,150USD
raised of $55,000 goal
9%
0 time left
This campaign started on Oct 14 and closed on March 31, 2013 (11:59pm PT).
Flexible Funding
Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on March 31, 2013
Select a Perk
  • $10USD
    We'll keep you in the loop

    We'll keep you updated on special events, screenings in your area, the DVD release.

    5 claimed

  • $25USD
    A 'Thank You' on the website

    Listing on the movie website, as a "thank you" for your help

    6 claimed

  • $50USD
    Publicity Photograph

    A "Thank You" on the movie website, and a publicity photograph signed by director and members of the crew

    6 claimed

  • $100USD
    Tickets to AK Premiere

    2 Tickets to the Alaskan Premiere, along with a "Thank You" on the film's website

    11 claimed

  • $300USD
    DVDs plus Tickets to Premiere

    Any of the previous perks, plus a collection of signed DVDs of our previous films, IMAGINARY WITNESS, MUSIC FROM THE INSIDE OUT, SCOTTSBORO: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY

    1 claimed

  • $500USD
    Vintage artifacts & documents

    Any of the previous perks, plus we would be pleased to offer a choice of relics from our research, which include a vintage 1925 "Balto" paperweight, and "Balto" postage stamps, original book. Or a collection of bound facsimiles of rare original documents, images and newspaper articles relating to the Serum Run.

    2 out of 20 claimed

  • $1,000USD
    Credit on the Film

    Any previous perk offered, plus a listing in the "Thank You's" in the film's credits

    2 claimed

  • $2,500USD
    Private Screening

    A Private Screening in your living room, followed by Q & A with director and members of the production team via SKYPE or in person.

    0 claimed

  • $10,000USD
    Prominent Funding Credit

    You've earned a significant and prominent funding credit on the film, and on advertising, educational materials, poster art, and DVD covers.

    0 claimed

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