Friday, March 15, 2013

The Spinster, a film by Kristin Tieche: Upcoming events


Local fabulous woman and friend Kristin Tieche, is an independent filmmkaer with a new film The Spinster. We are all so very proud of her film and today I'm taking a moment here to promote her kickstarter project +efforts:
The Spinster is a psychological thriller that follows a cycle vixen in search of true love into the dark, shadowy depths of romance.
Read all about on the kickstarter page: 
The Spinster Completion Funds by Kristin Tieche
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UPCOMING EVENTS: Tonight, March Friday 15th
Bicycle Art Salon
1600 E. 31st Street Oakland, CA 94602
510-356-5665 (RSVP - space limited)
Facebook page event here: LINK

UPCOMING EVENTS: Nooworks, March Friday 29th
Fri 3/29 7 pm The Spinster Kickstarter Wrap Party at Nooworks [FB event page]
395 Valencia street 
Come see exclusive clips from the film (the famous BAR SCENE) 
Meet cast & crew | Music by DJ Precious Cargo | Photography by Jillian Betterly | Food by MamakSF | Drinks from Cerruti Cellars | Numi Tea Silent Auction: includes Nooworks, Po Campo, Hotel Carlton, Animal House SF and more! 
Sliding scale donations taken at the door for Kickstarter rewards!
The Spinster Kickstarter Wrap Party
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The initial opening Kickstarter event took place Friday last week, March 1st at Huckleberry bikes on Market street, such a beautiful retail store. Here are some fotos:
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Was really great to see a few of my friends and many bikey pals I hadn't seen in a very long time. This bike shop is fairly new, super nice and it plays an important role in the film. Go Spinster!
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Doorman, fundraising computer/ipad station and the limited edition poster sketches in the background for voting, designed by yours truly. Pretty exciting!
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Food was enjoyed and catered, beer was served by Jason of Comrades Brewing

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// The Spinster, a film by Kristin TiecheKickstarter (Ends March 31st)
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3 comments:

  1. Yay! Thanks for getting the word out about my film! You are wonderful! xoxo

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  2. I love that the caterers used real plates and cutlery, instead of paper plates and plastic cutlery!

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  3. Its events like this that i want to trade my CN Tower in for your Bridges... maybe i'll retire there. Way to go KT and Meli!

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