We are hoping to raise £1,000 to film our graduation film, KAMI RIVER, which will be a great help to our filming. KAMI RIVER is a love story, and director Shuaishuai tells the story slowly by telling the connection between two strangers, and the emotions are also evolving along with the story.
About the Director
Shuaishuai is currently a postgraduate student in film at Kingston School of Art in the UK.
Sun, a 20-year-old Chinese girl, found letters written by her mother's same-sex lover, Maggie Randall, to her mother for 20 years while sorting out her mother's belongings, so she took her mother's ashes to a foreign country to find the love story between Maggie and her mother on the Kami River.
The sexual repression of Chinese people has created tens of millions of personal and even family tragedies. Sexual minorities under the discipline of patriarchal society are forced by pressure sooner or later, or have expectations for "normal life" and an inexplicable sense of belonging, or are forced to, Sooner or later, enter a heterosexual marriage. I hope to express all kinds of beautiful qualities of women, such as tolerance, loyalty, bravery, through a journey to find the true self of a mother.
Inspired by the tragic illusion of my future, I am Chloe, everyone is Chloe, and I hope there will be fewer and fewer Chloes. In the film, Chloe's photo is attached to the wooden urn, soaked in the water of the Kami River and slowly drifting into the distance. The water is constantly flowing, the sunshine is dazzling, and I hope the lesbian tragedy will not end. Where will the money go? We have a lot of expenses, so we are deeply grateful for any donation you can make! All of the money will help the completion of the film. Venue hire: £1000 Equipment hire: £200 Travel: £500 Props: £300 Food expenses: £600 Contingency: £400 Find us here You can search our account name KAMIRIVER_Film on Instagram, or you can just click the link on our home page https://www.instagram.com/kamiriver_film/ Help us succeed! help us succeed！ Your donation will greatly help us, as well as support the creation of new independent filmmakers. You don't need to give money to help us succeed! Please share this project with anyone you think would support us – on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, by email, telephone, in a chat over the fence or on your blog. In fact, share it with everyone you know as we think it's a great idea, and the more people who know about it, the more likely we are to make this work out brilliantly. And we know we said you don't need to give money to help us, but we'd love it if you did! Please sponsor us and help make this happen.