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Asking For: $15,500 through Seed & Spark
Amount Raised Thus Far (At Time Of Post): $3,115
Days Remaining In Campaign (At Time Of Post): 24
Description: In recent years, the generational gap between Baby Boomers and Millennials has come into focus, leading to frequent disagreements between the two cohorts. Sometimes, the extremes of America's two largest generations are forced to work together, and that is the premise that will form the basis of Patrick Hackett's new project Help Wanted.
Help Wanted stars Jim O'Heir, best known for playing the lovable loser Jerry on Parks and Recreation, as a Boomer who finds his skills depreciated in the workforce. With nowhere else to turn, he has no option other than to link up with a Millennial who is attempting to launch a startup out of his parents' house. Through that setup, Hackett and his team will be able to explore the relationship between old and young. "Today’s seniors and millennials are both experiencing “What now?” moments," the project's campaign page reads. "Both are in stages of uncertainty and transition."
Hackett provides more details in his pitch video:
Creator Bio: Hackett is based in Denver. He previously served as the co-producer of Actor Martinez, a work of meta-fiction that earned some film festival appearances.
Best Perk: The $500 perk is expensive but exciting, as it excludes a backstage tour of the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre. If you ask nicely, maybe you can even etch your name into the rock.
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