Have you donated yet? This campaign is ending on Tuesday and we need your support! Our film is, of course, The Design of a Broken System – an unusually independent film supporting election reform in the United States. A summary of our goals is below but the best thing you can do is take a look at the Kickstarter itself, donate, and even take a minute to share around to your friends.
Full length documentary about the continuing breakdown of America’s political system and one hopeful filmmaker’s quest for solutions.
This film is part of the growing citizen backlash against the system of legalized corruption that is preventing America from solving its problems. Take a look at the teaser video above to get a glimpse of how director John Amaruso has begun his work exposing a growing crisis.
It is time to to air the proposed alternatives to our current system as advocated by a large number of our country’s leading analysts and researchers.
With your support we can complete our mission by following politicians, activists, and the election reform community as they battle a broken system in hopes of producing a film that inspires a reimagined system for future generations.
Our goal on Kickstarter is $1,776 but we will continue towards a stretch goal of $15,000 in order for this film to be produced and distributed to a wide audience.
Thank you for your support
- Director and Writer: John Amaruso of Next Gen News Junkies
- Cinematographer: Rob Martin of Digital Image Studios
- Producer: Adrian Tawfik of democracychronicles.org
Risks and challenges
The main challenge of this project is striking a balance in the time frame to completion. There is a sense of urgency to support the existing momentum of the election reform movement, however, it is also important to ensure that the story is told as clearly and powerfully as possible, which will take more footage, a growing support network, and… time. While our team is committed to the completion of the documentary, the success of this Kickstarter campaign will help ensure a reasonable time frame