BOYS VS GIRLS is an exciting new and upcoming film project by Mike Stasko, a Windsor based Canadian filmmaker and a Professor at the University of Windsor in the Communication, Media & Film program. Mike has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for this upcoming film project, which is based on a 100 year old summer camp that is forced to go co-ed in 1990.
“Next year, the summer camp I grew up at called Camp Kitchikewana is turning 100 years old and for the past five years I have been working on my next script,” said Mike Stasko, while introducing this film project to the Indiegogo community, “1990 was the first summer when this camp was forced to go co-ed and the story of this film is all about boys and girls competing with each other in a hilarious environment for their survival in the camp.”
According to Mike, the high energy film is all set to shoot this summer. He is therefore welcoming community support on the crowdfunding platform on Indiegogo. This Indiegogo campaign will basically contribute in raising some of the funds for production. The goal of this inspiring Indiegogo campaign is to raise a sum of $60,000 and Mike is offering great rewards for the backers on the fundraising platform.
The Indiegogo Campaign is located on the web at: www.indiegogo.com/projects/boys-vs-girls and supporters from around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. The project is already getting a phenomenal response from around the world and more details are available on the Indiegogo campaign page.
ABOUT BOYS VS GIRLS
BOYS VS GIRLS is the latest project by Mike Stasko, a University of Windsor based film professor and established filmmaker. Mike has been teaching filmmaking for nearly a decade, and has based this film on the real-life summer camp that he attended as a kid. The producer is therefore welcoming backers to help fund this project on Indiegogo in order to help raise funds and support this hilarious new campy comedy!