Revolution #250, November 14, 2011
$21,000 needed by 12.12.11
"Occasioned by the Publication of BAsics: A Celebration of Revolution and the Vision of a New World."
April 2011 marked the release of BAsics, a book by Bob Avakian, the revolutionary leader who has developed a new synthesis of communism. This book of quotations and essays speaks to essential questions of revolution and human emancipation. On this occasion, a range of artists, musicians, dancers and actors from a diversity of perspectives came together in a unique cultural event to celebrate revolution and the vision of a new world.
This film will tell the story of what those artists did and why they did it. It will bring a taste of the remarkable connection between these artists and the hundreds in the audience that night.
This is a film for everyone who has wondered whether art and culture can be part of creating a different and better world... a film that needs to be seen.
But it won't be made without your support.
Contribute toward the production and release of the upcoming full-length film about this event (currently set for late winter). Be part of something that can be a source of great inspiration, enabling imagination to take flight with revolution and envisioning a whole other way the world can be.
Go to indiegogo.com/basicsevent to make a tax-deductible contribution, check out the perks for giving, favorite the page so you can receive regular updates about ways you can be part of this.
Right now, you can make all the difference by doing these THREE things:
- Make a tax-deductible contribution at indiegogo.com/basicsevent. Contributions at any level—from $10 to $5,000—make a big difference.
- Call TEN friends. Ask them to contribute.
- Help this reach many thousands in the next week. Spread this through e-mail and via Twitter and Facebook. Share the trailer, forward this message, favorite the page and link to the campaign, indiegogo.com/basicsevent.
WATCH THE TRAILER AND DONATE GENEROUSLY!
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