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dorsai



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Location: FL

PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2012 8:04 am    Post subject: "Soldiers of Paint" Reply with quote

Here's the latest from the two guys who created a film
entitled "Soldiers of Paint."

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"Soldiers of Paint" advance clips and DVD info!



Hey folks. We have some advance clips up on our website
and also have started a crowd-funding campaign. As many
of you know we have completed the film (for those unaware,
this is a documentary feature film about Oklahoma D-Day),
but we're not quite out of the woods yet. We need to raise
funds necessary for getting DVDs done and out for you all
and the world to see. You guys have been awesome in
supporting us while we have worked to get this film done
over the last five years. And we need just a little more help
to get through this last push.

Contribution levels start at as little as 10 bucks and in return
for your support we have several perks to offer, including copies
of DVDs as soon as they are available. Big ups to 899th Blackcat
Justin Blanfo for leading the way on being the first OKDDay
member to contribute to our campaign. Thanks man!

We also just had a screening here in DC and it was a huge
success. Gotten a lot of glowing reviews, especially from people
who have never had an interest in paintball. Check out some of
the comments here> http://soldiersofpaint.wordpress.com/

Here is a parting shot from our screening:

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dorsai



Joined: 10 Oct 2008
Posts: 762
Location: FL

PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:35 am    Post subject: Online appeal Reply with quote

Hi Folks,


Our crowd-funding campaign in support of our film, Soldiers of
Paint, will end tomorrow, Thursday, September 6th at 11:59 PM
Pacific Time. It isn't too late for you to contribute to our project.
The money we raise will help us to hire a publicist, settle remaining
music licenses, create new promotional materials, and to prepare
the film for digital distribution.



Contribution levels start at as little as $10 and in return we have
several perks to offer,including posters and copies of DVDs (as
soon as they are available). Follow this link to contribute now.



Interested in making a tax deductible donation? "Soldiers of Paint"
is a fiscally sponsored project through IFP (Independent Feature
Project). NOTE: the IFP donations don't end tomorrow so if you
miss the deadline this is a great way that you can still contribute
to our cause and you'll get the same perks! Follow this link to the
online donation page, or email us for more information on how to
donate via check.

https://market.ifp.org/newyork/fiscal/DonateNow.cfm?ProjectID=319


We thank you kindly for your support. Every dollar raised helps us
get closer to our goal of getting our film to market.

E-mail: info@soldiersofpaint.com

Cheers,

Doug and Mike

Producers, "Soldiers of Paint"

http://www.facebook.com/soldiersofpaint
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dorsai



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PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In spite of a lack of serious support or backing
by the paintball industry the two entrepid film
makers behind afeature length movie entitled
'Soldiers Of Paint' have managed to release
a film which gives us a great behind the scenes
look at The Oklahoma D-Day Event.

"Soldiers of Paint", the film about Oklahoma D-Day,
is now available! This film is six years in the making
and it shows. It's generating a lot of buzz in the paintball
community and many agree it contains some of the most
visceral and engaging paintball battle scenes ever put
down on film. It also showcases the year-long behind-the-
scenes efforts both Allies and Germans put into preparing
for the game, including building tanks, recruiting pilots and
airplanes, and even spying on each other!

The DVD, which contains 25 min of extra features, will be
available at the D-Day event starting Monday exclusively
at the Engler Custom Paintball Guns vendor tent. So come
on by and grab a copy!

Not able to make D-Day this year? No problem this film
is available online right now.

All the options to get the film can be found here:
http://www.soldiersofpaint.com/

See ya on the Hill and in the meantime check out the
official trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TmpyyWyogI&feature=youtu.be

Enjoy!
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