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AARON HILLIS RAISES INDIEGOGO FUNDS FOR HIS NEW VIDEO STORE

Last week I posted my interview with Aaron Hillis in which the Brooklyn-based curator and critic announced his purchase of Video Free Brooklyn, a Cobble Hill video rental store. In the interview he spoke of the fundraising campaign he needs to do to make the store viable again… and here it is. Check out the well-choreographed video and also the rewards he’s offering to his Indiegogo supporters. There are some hefty offerings here, including the entire Oscilloscope catalog and dinner with director Robert Downey, Sr., a private screening with actor David Cross, and Bobcat Goldthwait performing stand-up in your living room. And, of course, lots of video rentals… late fees not included.

Video Free Brooklyn (Indiegogo Fundraiser) from VideoFree Brooklyn on Vimeo.

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