I'm sure you are not the only one who has brought this up to them. Because if they release it before the festivals, it can't go to the festivals, I think that newsletter said, if I remember right. It's completed and is premiering this month. The way I see it is that you basically donate money so that someone you find deserving can take a shot at working on a given project you find worthwhile. If they had communicated better over the last few years, maybe it would be different. I also have three friends who do kickstarters and two of them are done and received. I was even involved with the filming.
The September 2015 update said a Spring 2016 premiere, thats gone and passed and didnt happen. But the idea that people have paid money for a product and are entitled to a refund because that product hasn't been delivered. I asked where the movie was. But we tend to only hear about the runaway successes, because frankly those are more interesting stories. I'm sure they are doing the best they can. Yes, it's a long time to wait and it's very frustrating. It's intended to be a democratization of venture capital, which conventionally swings with the whims of multi-millionaires.
This was to be for their grand video of the American Go Association's first professional exam. At least ill now borrow a copy and watch someone elses. They see a product or idea that seems awesome and they are ready to order it. Submit a game for review Want help? To me that is not acceptable. If they didn't promise they wouldn't, then it's fair game.
Its not for personal gain. From August to now there has been exactly two updates. And that's where you come in - by becoming a backer today, you can make this project happen! You can do what you want with your money, but it seems like an odd time to ask for a refund given that it now has an announced release in two months. And the people who gave them money first seem to get almost no updates. Documentary filmmaking is a pretty opaque process.
If you want more about any aspect of the game or the film, we can't think of a better way to do it. Remember, unless the project successfully reaches its goal, no funding happens, so you can be sure that everything you pledge will go directly toward making this project a success. They want everyone to see it of course, so if they're holding back you should trust that there's a good reason, absent other red flags. Rewards For us, the film is reward enough. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties.
Through the generous support of the Shanghai Ing Foundation and others in the world of Go, we're close to reaching our funding goal necessary for a project of this caliber. The schedule may change as the creator works on the project. It's an alternative to the traditional investment model. If you had a project go this long would it be acceptable to you? He just gave a blank look and did not answer. Shooting in Shanghai, China We'll be working hand-in-hand with professional editors, distributors, and Go players, and committing thousands of hours to fulfilling our dream: a one-of-a-kind film capable of showing people the world of Go, something they've never seen before! Projects can fail -- most of them do -- because startups have an incredibly high failure rate! I saw Cole Pruitt last year at the go congress in Boston.
When you pledge money to fund this kind of project, it should be in the spirit of supporting the community, not personal gain. Film streaming 2018 est sans coupure ni limite de temps. A lot of people, even in the filmmaking industry, don't understand that you might film for 2 years, then spend 4 years editing. They said they would create something, and they did. You can be frustrated if you want, but asking for money back just shows a fundamental misunderstanding of the concept.
From rules that a child can understand, to dazzling complexities too difficult for supercomputers that only the human mind can unravel, Go has potential to take the Western world by storm. So when they finally do communicate a reason, you just won't accept it. The Surrounding Game, I would guess, is pretty much average for crowdfunded projects -- not abandoned, but extremely late, and probably compromised compared to what they'd set out to achieve. Et sans oublier un staff super sympa à votre écoute …. But given that I'm more excited about the perks than the product I'm taking that as a sign that the campaign wasn't managed well. It was not stated early that it would go to festivals first. To all of our backers, supporters, family and friends, thank you so much for making this possible! To me that is not acceptable.