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END OF THE LINE is a feature-length documentary about the New York City subway crisis and the dire state of America’s transit infrastructure. Grounded in human struggles, this film tracks a trio of New York community leaders who, when faced with transportation disaster, rise to the challenge and illuminate instructive paths forward.
Strong mass transit relieves gridlock, curbs emissions, and lifts up the weakest among us. Yet American mass transit is failing from coast to coast and has fallen behind international standards. To make matters worse, those who profit from cars and fuel are suppressing public projects for their own financial gain. END OF THE LINE’s mission is to highlight these problems, present innovative solutions, and push these urgent concerns to the forefront of our national dialogue.
For over 3 years, our dedicated team of experienced filmmakers has worked on our own dime. Now, additional funds are needed to complete character stories and to interview top transit experts. These crucial shoots will broaden the scope of our material and allow us to provide a comprehensive look at this critical issue.
While this $25k will not take us all the way over the finish line, it will allow us to complete production and put us in a strong position to court private investors and distributors. Our goal is to finish and release this film by early 2021.
As of February 4th, this project has raised $8,500 of their $25,000 goal. This project has 29 days left to raise the $25,000 or it will not be funded. For a pledge of $10, you will get exclusive updates. For a pledge of $25, you will get a poster and social media shoutout. To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/emmettadler/end-of-the-line-a-documentary?
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