"It's like Louie from a female perspective." - New York Cine
Caitlin is a Brooklyn native drowning in a sea of hipsters. Caitlin is epically single and approaching 30. Caitlin is overeducated and underemployed. Caitlin is an aspiring actor who's been paid in pizza for every job she's ever done.
If you think Caitlin's life looks bad now, it's about to get a whole lot worse.
In the rest of season one of No Method, underemployment will turn to unemployment, gauntlets will be thrown, and self-involved musicians will be douchey.
The Scandal of Blurred Lines
No Method is a semi-autobiographical blend of fiction and reality. Almost all of the characters in the series are based on real people. Some of these people know they're being immortalized. Others? Not so much.
Won't it be exciting to see if someone makes a response series in an angry rage?
The ImpactWhen we were filming our teaser, our future gaffer Tony remarked, "You have a really female-dominated set," sounding impressed. Caitlin smiled and said, "That's the point."
That this is still a rarity is silly. Help us do our part to change that.
How does your pilot look so damn good?
Our crew is incredible. In fact, we question every day why they're still doing this when they should be working on bigger projects.
That and we don't skimp on the equipment. Well, not much.
Are you guys getting paid for this?
Um, no. At least not yet. In fact, some of us are still in the red from the cost of the pilot!
Everyone working on No Method is a professional at what they do. Some of us even have graduate degrees in what we do, and we do often get paid for it when working on other projects.
We all worked on the pilot for free because we believe in the series that much.
What we need (and why we need it)
To complete 7 more episodes, we need $12,600. This is to cover the cost of equipment, meals for the cast and crew, gear transport, props and costumes, and the use of locations.
To do that, and pay our insanely talented cast and crew, we need $20,000.
Our goal is $20,000, but we're going to try our best to do all that we can with what we receive. This means that certain cast or crew members may decide to not continue on with us in favor of taking a paid position elsewhere, and we certainly wouldn't hold that against them.
Keep the No Method family together. Help us get to $20,000.
What if I can't contribute?
We totally get it. If you can't give a donation, then share. Spread the word. Letting other people know we exist is just as valuable.
We can't tell you how much we appreciate you watching and reading this. Now take two minutes out of your day to help us make this happen!
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