Michael Oswald

is creating Documentary Films

30

patrons

$133

per month
I have been creating no budget documentaries such as 97% Owned (2012), The Princes of the Yen (2014) and The Spider's Web (2017) for over 8 years. I make independent, investigative documentaries in a narrative style that challenge power and make important ideas and under-reported events accessible to a wider audience.

The documentaries have found an audience online, at community screenings and eclectic broadcasters. It takes around 2 years to create a documentary. Your support will make sure that these documentaries continue to be made and reach as wide an audience as possible. Your support will also allow for the documentaries to be uploaded online for free after a period of restricted access.

The documentaries in production are The Man Who Knew Too Much (estimated 2020), a film about Colin Wallace the Military Intelligence Officer who worked in psychological operations. A sequel to The Spider's Web titled A Question of Justice. And a documentary exploring how neoliberalism undermines democracy, titled, The End of Democracy: The Rise of the Corporate State.

The funding model on Patreon is based around a monthly contribution in exchange for a reward, rewards are listed on the right hand side of the screen.

Thank you for your support,

Michael
Tiers
Supporter
$3 or more per month
Regular updates on the documentary and access to deleted scenes and interviews.
Early Bird
$5 or more per month
Previous reward and early access to the film.
Patron
$10 or more per month
All previous rewards and your name in the credits of the film.
Collaborator
$20 or more per month
All previous rewards and 2 tickets to a screening and Q&A in London, UK. 
Friend
$100 or more per month only 2 left
All previous rewards and a pre-release private screening with the director in London, UK.
Associate Producer
$600 or more per month only 1 left
An Associate Producer credit on the film. (Minimum support period of 6 months.)
Executive Producer
$2,000 or more per month only 1 left
An Executive Producer credit on the film. (Minimum support period of 6 months.)
Goals
$133 of $500 per month
I will create a DVD of The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire, and all Early Bird and above supporters will receive a complimentary copy in the post.
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I have been creating no budget documentaries such as 97% Owned (2012), The Princes of the Yen (2014) and The Spider's Web (2017) for over 8 years. I make independent, investigative documentaries in a narrative style that challenge power and make important ideas and under-reported events accessible to a wider audience.

The documentaries have found an audience online, at community screenings and eclectic broadcasters. It takes around 2 years to create a documentary. Your support will make sure that these documentaries continue to be made and reach as wide an audience as possible. Your support will also allow for the documentaries to be uploaded online for free after a period of restricted access.

The documentaries in production are The Man Who Knew Too Much (estimated 2020), a film about Colin Wallace the Military Intelligence Officer who worked in psychological operations. A sequel to The Spider's Web titled A Question of Justice. And a documentary exploring how neoliberalism undermines democracy, titled, The End of Democracy: The Rise of the Corporate State.

The funding model on Patreon is based around a monthly contribution in exchange for a reward, rewards are listed on the right hand side of the screen.

Thank you for your support,

Michael

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Tiers
Supporter
$3 or more per month
Regular updates on the documentary and access to deleted scenes and interviews.
Early Bird
$5 or more per month
Previous reward and early access to the film.
Patron
$10 or more per month
All previous rewards and your name in the credits of the film.
Collaborator
$20 or more per month
All previous rewards and 2 tickets to a screening and Q&A in London, UK. 
Friend
$100 or more per month only 2 left
All previous rewards and a pre-release private screening with the director in London, UK.
Associate Producer
$600 or more per month only 1 left
An Associate Producer credit on the film. (Minimum support period of 6 months.)
Executive Producer
$2,000 or more per month only 1 left
An Executive Producer credit on the film. (Minimum support period of 6 months.)