For this first project of participatory “Pense-Bête” is a success, the single euro donation will count as we need an average of 300 people who provide us € 5. So on behalf of the entire team, thank you in advance to all those who believe in us and support our efforts!
This is to raise funds to carry out the second clip of the band "Pense-Bête".
These are extremely positive feedback from the public and professionals who have followed the release of our first clip (April 2013) that encourage us today to make a new way to propose the distribution end of 2013.
The previous clip “Pense-Bête”:
For the next clip, this is another facet of the group will be brought to the screen in a more cheerful, funny and dancing register. The song chosen to be imaged is "J'aime bien quand tu dance". It is a flagship title Pense-Bête which is among other things about the trans-Atlantic trio on Radio Canada (national station). His style "Funky" and fun lyrics make a good base to shoot more than crazy pictures where the fun will be required.
The next song clip:
Except Pense-Bête musicians more costumed than ever, there will be people of all ages dancing all sorts of styles, from classic to break-dance through the tango, twist or disco. In parallel to this tangle of different dance styles, the idea is to cross through the work of the image, sets and costumes, various times ranging from black & white 30s to hyper-saturated colors of the 80s. Finally, to bring energy to the video, there will be incorporated images filmed on stage and in public group. All these ideas take their consistency through the joint work of the director and the script that will define the thread to follow; it is partly based on the characters already present in the lyrics of the song.
Filming will take place in the fall of 2013, in part to "L'Espace Julien" makes us the great honor for us to open a video capture again. Shooting live there will also be touring during a showcase. In this concert, the title will be released in "playback" and the public will be invited to participate in the clip. The rest of the filming will take place in a studio graciously made available to us through our contact director.
Photo credits: Jeremy Paulin
Why fund it?
The money raised will be used to pay the fees of the technical team (director, script, cameramen, lighting) and those professional dancers (choreographer and dancer). All are motivated by the project clip and agreed to participate in its creation for a stamp bare minimum (180 € for technicians, 160 € for the dancers) and we thank them very much.
In addition, the technical team will provide the equipment it owns, thus avoiding a costly vacation. This is professional quality tools, including cameras, cameras Canon 5D Gopros, Steadycams ... and all the necessary equipment to post: computers, editing software, video effects software ... to make a video in Full HD.
We must add to that the 8% commission fee that the company Kiss Kiss Bank Bank.
The rest of the production costs will be borne by equity. "Pense-Bête" musicians will be paid by Syn'RJ Productions and costs stipends technicians, dancers and volunteer extras , sets , costumes and accessories will be bought by the "Pense-Bête" association. Finally, these two organizations will jointly finance the costs of promoting the clip, including the purchase of advertising on the social network Facebook.
If more money than expected was finally collected, it would obviously be very good news and help to relieve the burden equitably between the two structures mentioned above.
Why buy ads on Facebook?:
We tested the effectiveness of such advertising in the promotion of our previous clip "Le goût de l'Orange". The result of the visibility of the Facebook page of "Pense-Bête" was indisputable. The peak reached 27,985 unique individuals in the week (see chart below). The average attendance of the page is then stabilized around 9000 visits per week.
AMOUNT OF OPERATION:
Amount requested: 1500 €
Period: 3 months
Equity: 1500 € (Syn'RJ Productions + Pense Musique)
For a total cost of 3000 €
Detail of € 1,500 required:
Director / Cameraman 1: Philippe Hanula = 180 €
Script = 180 €
Cameraman 2: Jeremy Paulin = 180 €
Cameraman 3 = 180 €
Lighting = 180 €
Ballet dancer: Maud Boissiere = 160 €
Contemporary dancer = 160 €
Dancer break dancing = 160 €
Commission Kiss Kiss Bank Bank = 120 € (8%)
Detail of € 1,500 paid in capital:
Musicians: Pense-Bête = 480 € (160 € x 3)
Stipends technicians and dancers = 200 €
Stipends extras: The fans, dressed ourselves, an elderly couple, children, animals, and generally anything that can dance or know even approximately =200 €
stipends Sets, costumes and accessories = 200 €
Promotion clip = 420 €