The Space Trash Men

By Ben Childs

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The Space Trash Men

Project 2013-08-15 05:12:00 +1200

2000 and something... Earth's getting full of junk. Someones gotta take out the trash!


We have met our target... BUT DON'T STOP PLEDGING!  Anything above our target helps out our super generous design team who've been digging deep in their own pockets to fund our beautiful spaceship set!



WHAT IS IT THE SPACE TRASH MEN?

It's a low budget short film being shot at the Massey studios by graduates of The New Zealand Film and Television School.

WHO IS MAKING IT?

The Space Trash Men is a collaboration between director Ben Childs and a team of industrial design students at Massey University. It's the second short film for most of the team who have recently completed a film called Birdsong which is now being submitted to festivals world-wide!

Initial Set Design (Sections pull away for easy 360º shooting)

WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

"It’s Tu’s first trip on a spaceship that takes earth’s trash deep into space. He sees the job as a stepping-stone to bigger things and looks down on his senior workmate, Barry, who’s been doing it for years. Cabin fever sets in and Barry tries to re-ignite his old drumming hobby. It’s not until Tu discovers that Barry’s enthusiasm for the job may be a façade that he decides to reach out in kindness and join him for an extravagant musical finale!"

An almost complete spaceship set

WHAT ARE THE COSTS?

The production costs have been brought down significantly by hundreds of donated man hours by the team and because Massey have granted us free access to their studio, workshops and equipment. The production value of this film will dramatically exceed it's budget due to the good will and hard work of the film-makers! But we could still use a little help...


AND HOW CAN I HELP?

We are seeking some extra funds to help with other production costs which cannot be supplied by members of our team:

- small fee as gratitude to the two lead actors

- hire of extra lenses

- hire of sandbags and a few extra lights

- catering for the crew (As long as we feed them they don't mind waiving their fee!)

- cash to reimburse the make-up artist for the make-up she uses

- insurance for equipment

- anything raised above the target $4000 will go to paying back the design team for what they have spent on building supplies.

AND WHAT DO I GET?

There are heaps of awesome rewards for pledging. Check them out on the right of this screen. You could get your own signed DVD, be invited to early test screenings, and so much more!

A MASSIVE THANK YOU FROM THE TEAM FOR YOUR GENEROSITY AND SUPPORT:-) CHEERS!

Comments

Updates 11

It's a wrap!

30/09/2013 at 3:15 AM

Hello Space Trash Supporters!

We have just wrapped from an amazing 6 day shoot! Kayleighsha, Brandon, and myself could not have asked for a more talented crew or a smoother production. We are very pleased with what we have in the can. The hard prep work certainly paid off!

I am very excited to be joining editor, Sophie Lloyd, in the suite for a few weeks of intense cut-and-splice! Then the picture-locked edit will be sent to compositors and composers for effects and score before I leave to support our last short BIRDSONG's first international screening in LA (and hopefully pick up a few US$$$ for Space Trash post production funding!)

Thanks again for your financial assistance... we couldn't have done it without you and are so grateful! We cannot wait to show you the film. Don't forget to like our page for more updates: www.facebook.com/spacetrashmovie

Kindest regards

Ben Childs & The Space Trash Team

Onset photo courtesey of Anna Jamieson (Jam Photography)

Extra help wanted

15/09/2013 at 10:39 PM

Hi Everyone,

Thanks again for your amazing, generous support of THE SPACE TRASH MEN. We are now just 5 days out from shooting and very, very excited to get into it. The past few months have been very busy but I am delighted to say that the set looks out of this world and our schedule is locked in.

An exciting update for you all is that we have been sponsored over $10,000 worth of camera equipment by our new producer, Brett Mills (Queenstown Camera Company). We will now be shooting on the ARRI ALEXA camera (World War Z, Game of Thrones, Life of Pi) and have booked some of New Zealand's most experienced film crew.

BUT... because of this new camera and team we have had some unexpected costs come up, primary the extra cost of more expensive lenses needed for the ARRI ALEXA camera. We are now over budget by about $439 and are urgently looking for a major sponsor. If you are interested in putting $439 in for an Associate Producer credit in the film, or a logo for your company, or BOTH, please contact me as soon as possible at [email protected]

This film is already drawing a lot of attention from the industry and is sure to get some great exposure worldwide.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Kindest regards and again THANK YOU ALL!

Ben Childs & the Space Trash team

Set Construction Update

12/09/2013 at 4:08 AM

Today we had a grand opening of the set in it's almost completed state. What do you think?

Don't forget to share our campaign before it closes tomorrow! https://www.pledgeme.co.nz/1327


Radio Interview

12/09/2013 at 3:54 AM

Skip to 3:30 for an interview with director Ben Childs discussing The Space Trash Men on air!

http://ondemand.wizz.co.nz/datafiles/201309101039061378766346-CZ-Monday-9th-September-2013-(with-Tags).mp3

And don't forget to pledge! Share with your friends... Only a day left!!!

4 more days!

09/09/2013 at 9:55 PM

We've met our target thanks to all of YOU!!! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Any pledges from now on go to helping our design team who've been funding the set from their own pockets. So don't stop sharing and pledging!

Thanks again from our team and we'll keep you updated as the production progresses!

PRODUCTION UPDATE: 25 AUGUST 2013

26/08/2013 at 10:14 AM

PRODUCTION UPDATE: 25 AUGUST 2013

SCRIPT

We now have an official shooting script (draft 8), which is considered final with no more major changes as of the 6th of August.

CASTING

Ben is holding auditions for ‘Tu’ at The NZ Film School this Friday. We hope to have both leads locked off by this coming weekend so we can set shooting dates and begin wardrobe. We are still sorting out our models and extras for the set-dressing pre-shoots. The computer voice will be cast during post-production.

BUDGET

Our Pledge Me campaign is going great, we are already over half way with fundraising and growing our network: 314 likes on Facebook! That’s already quite an audience! We hope to reach or exceed our target by the end date of the 13th. After that it’s a case of booking equipment & handing out the petty cash envelopes!

LOCATIONS

Fortunately, we don’t have location changes during production due to it being a studio shoot. Scheduling difficulties are related to the set-changes for different angles. Block shooting may be inevitable at times but avoided when possible. We are still locking down a separate room for a Green Room, Unit, WDR, and MU area. In regards to the pre-shoot location of the band house party, we hope to finalise a venue in the next day or two as we are aiming to pre-shoot YOUNG BARRY there in 2 weeks.

EQUIPMENT

Most of the equipment is provided with the studio space we are using. Obviously there are a few gaps that need filling such as sound and grip equipment and also lenses and consumables. Brandon (DOP) is looking into this and also contacting a few industry people to give us hand.

CREW

Crew is almost set with a few of roles still to be finalized (key grip and continuity).

MUSIC

Composer, Ewan Clark, is busy sketching out ideas for the in-movie percussion scene featuring TU and BARRY. He is bringing a professional percussionist onboard to help him and will soon start to modify the piece to work within the confines of the set dressing/art department. Songwriter, Oliver Devlin, is currently writing and recording music for Young Barry’s band.

ART DEPARTMENT

The Design team are well on their way with the majority of the set built, paneled, and now being painted and detailed. The spaceship miniature is underway and soon the team will start on making all the props specific to the world they have designed. We have appointed a few more people to act as art assistants, and brought on 3rd year Toi student, Rob Edwards, as Art Department Co-ordinator to keep an eye on the big picture and help organize the busy design team. Fortunately, we have just set up a production office close to the set and our Director can converse easily with the art department and is onsite every weekday.

WARDROBE & MAKE UP

Our Production Designers have a basic uniform designed in the form of overalls. We have yet to have these made as sizing depends on who our cast are. The space-suit is in need of work. Our wonderful Make-Up artist, Kelly, who worked with us on “Birdsong”, is thankfully free to help us out again.

CAMERA DEPARTMENT

Brandon (DOP) is underway with storyboards, stuck in the office on Adobe Illustrator for hours on end. Ben & Brandon are making tweaks to shots when needed and soon we can start to schedule based around the shots and set design. Ben hopes to have these done by the end of the week. DP has also been checking through gears, hire age, and finalizing his camera crew.

PRE-SHOOTS

DOP filmed the running sequence along the waterfront to be played on set when ‘Barry’ is using the treadmill. Ben will view this and say yay or nay. We plan to do the photo shoot this weekend of the female models that appear on various props throughout the film. We also plan to shoot Young Barry’s band video in roughly 2 weeks. This is still to be planned and should be finalised in the next day or two.

EXCITING NEWS!!!

Our team recently received notification that our last film “Birdsong” passed the 3 round screening process and is now an “Official Selection” of the 2013 INDIE FEST USA IFF on the Historic Main Street of Garden Grove, California. It’s a real honor and a great motivator to keep working hard!

Amazing news!

26/08/2013 at 10:14 AM

Our team recently received notification that our last film “Birdsong” passed the 3 round screening process and is now an “Official Selection” of the 2013 INDIE FEST USA IFF on the Historic Main Street of Garden Grove, California. It’s a real honor and a great motivator to keep us working hard. It also means Ben Childs will be making a trip to Hollywood and hopefully sneaking a rough cut of THE SPACE TRASH MEN along with him!


Half Way!

26/08/2013 at 10:14 AM

Thanks to Christiane & Rudolf Nordt who have just been the first to select the Premiere Guest / Official Sponsor reward. We have just passed the halfway mark, sitting at $2055/4000!

Christiane and Rudolf will receive premiere tickets, a signed DVD+poster and a Sponsor credit in the film.

Again the team and myself express our gratitude for all our generous supporters. Please keep on spreading the word and helping us to reach our target! And enjoy the small clip showing part of the miniature making process.


Cheers!

Ben Childs and the SPACE TRASH team

$1000 Milestone Thank You

20/08/2013 at 2:50 AM

Hi all,


A huge thank you to the 19 pledgers who have shown there outstanding generosity and support! We have just passed the $1000 mark which means we are 1/4 of the way there. Thanks to amazing people such as yourselves exciting, alternative films like THE SPACE TRASH MEN can be made in New Zealand. The team are blown away by the support so far and hope you will continue to spread the word and help us reach our target.

Plans are in motion to shoot some update videos revealing a bit of the behind the scenes mania as we draw closer to production. Keep an eye on our PledgeMe updates so that you don't miss out on these insightful video production diaries.

Again, a massive thanks to everyone for their generosity.


Warmest regards,

Ben Childs and the SPACE TRASH team :)



3... 2... 1... Blast off!

16/08/2013 at 5:39 AM

Thank you Nicole! We have our first pledge!

Our Latest Short Film

26/08/2013 at 10:03 AM

Check out the team working on 'Birdsong', our latest short film!


    Pledgers 97

    Tepene Marsden
    2013-09-13 17:23:00 +1200
    Charlotte Price
    2013-09-13 17:15:01 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2013-09-13 17:01:53 +1200
    Dawn Everitt
    2013-09-13 16:23:28 +1200
    Kieran Timms
    2013-09-13 15:57:38 +1200
    Malorie Carey
    2013-09-13 12:51:51 +1200
    Jordan Walsh
    2013-09-12 22:35:50 +1200
    Alex Gray
    2013-09-12 20:43:30 +1200
    Alison Gray
    2013-09-12 20:38:01 +1200
    Chris Walker
    2013-09-12 16:36:33 +1200
    James Fulton
    2013-09-11 22:25:16 +1200
    Garry Thomas
    2013-09-11 22:09:20 +1200
    jude mitchell
    2013-09-11 20:07:58 +1200
    marley
    2013-09-11 10:33:54 +1200
    barb and ralph
    2013-09-10 20:14:48 +1200
    Jo Mitchell
    2013-09-10 11:00:17 +1200
    Laura Murray
    2013-09-10 10:33:12 +1200
    Tom
    2013-09-10 01:56:04 +1200
    Christopher Holm-Hansen
    2013-09-10 00:39:51 +1200
    Simon Dobier
    2013-09-09 22:58:21 +1200
    Kim Teear
    2013-09-09 18:24:58 +1200
    Paul Man-for All-seasons Summer
    2013-09-09 18:14:57 +1200
    Seanne Culhane
    2013-09-09 13:26:35 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2013-09-09 12:33:06 +1200
    47bc4f6b-e1b5-401a-a4ff-fe510ca2143a
    2013-09-09 10:56:55 +1200
    47bc4f6b-e1b5-401a-a4ff-fe510ca2143a
    2013-09-09 10:52:30 +1200
    47bc4f6b-e1b5-401a-a4ff-fe510ca2143a
    2013-09-09 10:49:20 +1200
    Mike Buckham
    2013-09-07 10:09:50 +1200
    Lucy Holyoake
    2013-09-06 21:46:06 +1200
    Hamish Fraser
    2013-09-06 12:10:21 +1200

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    The Space Trash Men

    Project 2013-08-15 05:12:00 +1200

    2000 and something... Earth's getting full of junk. Someones gotta take out the trash!


    We have met our target... BUT DON'T STOP PLEDGING!  Anything above our target helps out our super generous design team who've been digging deep in their own pockets to fund our beautiful spaceship set!



    WHAT IS IT THE SPACE TRASH MEN?

    It's a low budget short film being shot at the Massey studios by graduates of The New Zealand Film and Television School.

    WHO IS MAKING IT?

    The Space Trash Men is a collaboration between director Ben Childs and a team of industrial design students at Massey University. It's the second short film for most of the team who have recently completed a film called Birdsong which is now being submitted to festivals world-wide!

    Initial Set Design (Sections pull away for easy 360º shooting)

    WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

    "It’s Tu’s first trip on a spaceship that takes earth’s trash deep into space. He sees the job as a stepping-stone to bigger things and looks down on his senior workmate, Barry, who’s been doing it for years. Cabin fever sets in and Barry tries to re-ignite his old drumming hobby. It’s not until Tu discovers that Barry’s enthusiasm for the job may be a façade that he decides to reach out in kindness and join him for an extravagant musical finale!"

    An almost complete spaceship set

    WHAT ARE THE COSTS?

    The production costs have been brought down significantly by hundreds of donated man hours by the team and because Massey have granted us free access to their studio, workshops and equipment. The production value of this film will dramatically exceed it's budget due to the good will and hard work of the film-makers! But we could still use a little help...


    AND HOW CAN I HELP?

    We are seeking some extra funds to help with other production costs which cannot be supplied by members of our team:

    - small fee as gratitude to the two lead actors

    - hire of extra lenses

    - hire of sandbags and a few extra lights

    - catering for the crew (As long as we feed them they don't mind waiving their fee!)

    - cash to reimburse the make-up artist for the make-up she uses

    - insurance for equipment

    - anything raised above the target $4000 will go to paying back the design team for what they have spent on building supplies.

    AND WHAT DO I GET?

    There are heaps of awesome rewards for pledging. Check them out on the right of this screen. You could get your own signed DVD, be invited to early test screenings, and so much more!

    A MASSIVE THANK YOU FROM THE TEAM FOR YOUR GENEROSITY AND SUPPORT:-) CHEERS!

    Comments

    It's a wrap!

    30/09/2013 at 3:15 AM

    Hello Space Trash Supporters!

    We have just wrapped from an amazing 6 day shoot! Kayleighsha, Brandon, and myself could not have asked for a more talented crew or a smoother production. We are very pleased with what we have in the can. The hard prep work certainly paid off!

    I am very excited to be joining editor, Sophie Lloyd, in the suite for a few weeks of intense cut-and-splice! Then the picture-locked edit will be sent to compositors and composers for effects and score before I leave to support our last short BIRDSONG's first international screening in LA (and hopefully pick up a few US$$$ for Space Trash post production funding!)

    Thanks again for your financial assistance... we couldn't have done it without you and are so grateful! We cannot wait to show you the film. Don't forget to like our page for more updates: www.facebook.com/spacetrashmovie

    Kindest regards

    Ben Childs & The Space Trash Team

    Onset photo courtesey of Anna Jamieson (Jam Photography)

    Extra help wanted

    15/09/2013 at 10:39 PM

    Hi Everyone,

    Thanks again for your amazing, generous support of THE SPACE TRASH MEN. We are now just 5 days out from shooting and very, very excited to get into it. The past few months have been very busy but I am delighted to say that the set looks out of this world and our schedule is locked in.

    An exciting update for you all is that we have been sponsored over $10,000 worth of camera equipment by our new producer, Brett Mills (Queenstown Camera Company). We will now be shooting on the ARRI ALEXA camera (World War Z, Game of Thrones, Life of Pi) and have booked some of New Zealand's most experienced film crew.

    BUT... because of this new camera and team we have had some unexpected costs come up, primary the extra cost of more expensive lenses needed for the ARRI ALEXA camera. We are now over budget by about $439 and are urgently looking for a major sponsor. If you are interested in putting $439 in for an Associate Producer credit in the film, or a logo for your company, or BOTH, please contact me as soon as possible at [email protected]

    This film is already drawing a lot of attention from the industry and is sure to get some great exposure worldwide.

    I look forward to hearing from you!

    Kindest regards and again THANK YOU ALL!

    Ben Childs & the Space Trash team

    Set Construction Update

    12/09/2013 at 4:08 AM

    Today we had a grand opening of the set in it's almost completed state. What do you think?

    Don't forget to share our campaign before it closes tomorrow! https://www.pledgeme.co.nz/1327


    Radio Interview

    12/09/2013 at 3:54 AM

    Skip to 3:30 for an interview with director Ben Childs discussing The Space Trash Men on air!

    http://ondemand.wizz.co.nz/datafiles/201309101039061378766346-CZ-Monday-9th-September-2013-(with-Tags).mp3

    And don't forget to pledge! Share with your friends... Only a day left!!!

    4 more days!

    09/09/2013 at 9:55 PM

    We've met our target thanks to all of YOU!!! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

    Any pledges from now on go to helping our design team who've been funding the set from their own pockets. So don't stop sharing and pledging!

    Thanks again from our team and we'll keep you updated as the production progresses!

    PRODUCTION UPDATE: 25 AUGUST 2013

    26/08/2013 at 10:14 AM

    PRODUCTION UPDATE: 25 AUGUST 2013

    SCRIPT

    We now have an official shooting script (draft 8), which is considered final with no more major changes as of the 6th of August.

    CASTING

    Ben is holding auditions for ‘Tu’ at The NZ Film School this Friday. We hope to have both leads locked off by this coming weekend so we can set shooting dates and begin wardrobe. We are still sorting out our models and extras for the set-dressing pre-shoots. The computer voice will be cast during post-production.

    BUDGET

    Our Pledge Me campaign is going great, we are already over half way with fundraising and growing our network: 314 likes on Facebook! That’s already quite an audience! We hope to reach or exceed our target by the end date of the 13th. After that it’s a case of booking equipment & handing out the petty cash envelopes!

    LOCATIONS

    Fortunately, we don’t have location changes during production due to it being a studio shoot. Scheduling difficulties are related to the set-changes for different angles. Block shooting may be inevitable at times but avoided when possible. We are still locking down a separate room for a Green Room, Unit, WDR, and MU area. In regards to the pre-shoot location of the band house party, we hope to finalise a venue in the next day or two as we are aiming to pre-shoot YOUNG BARRY there in 2 weeks.

    EQUIPMENT

    Most of the equipment is provided with the studio space we are using. Obviously there are a few gaps that need filling such as sound and grip equipment and also lenses and consumables. Brandon (DOP) is looking into this and also contacting a few industry people to give us hand.

    CREW

    Crew is almost set with a few of roles still to be finalized (key grip and continuity).

    MUSIC

    Composer, Ewan Clark, is busy sketching out ideas for the in-movie percussion scene featuring TU and BARRY. He is bringing a professional percussionist onboard to help him and will soon start to modify the piece to work within the confines of the set dressing/art department. Songwriter, Oliver Devlin, is currently writing and recording music for Young Barry’s band.

    ART DEPARTMENT

    The Design team are well on their way with the majority of the set built, paneled, and now being painted and detailed. The spaceship miniature is underway and soon the team will start on making all the props specific to the world they have designed. We have appointed a few more people to act as art assistants, and brought on 3rd year Toi student, Rob Edwards, as Art Department Co-ordinator to keep an eye on the big picture and help organize the busy design team. Fortunately, we have just set up a production office close to the set and our Director can converse easily with the art department and is onsite every weekday.

    WARDROBE & MAKE UP

    Our Production Designers have a basic uniform designed in the form of overalls. We have yet to have these made as sizing depends on who our cast are. The space-suit is in need of work. Our wonderful Make-Up artist, Kelly, who worked with us on “Birdsong”, is thankfully free to help us out again.

    CAMERA DEPARTMENT

    Brandon (DOP) is underway with storyboards, stuck in the office on Adobe Illustrator for hours on end. Ben & Brandon are making tweaks to shots when needed and soon we can start to schedule based around the shots and set design. Ben hopes to have these done by the end of the week. DP has also been checking through gears, hire age, and finalizing his camera crew.

    PRE-SHOOTS

    DOP filmed the running sequence along the waterfront to be played on set when ‘Barry’ is using the treadmill. Ben will view this and say yay or nay. We plan to do the photo shoot this weekend of the female models that appear on various props throughout the film. We also plan to shoot Young Barry’s band video in roughly 2 weeks. This is still to be planned and should be finalised in the next day or two.

    EXCITING NEWS!!!

    Our team recently received notification that our last film “Birdsong” passed the 3 round screening process and is now an “Official Selection” of the 2013 INDIE FEST USA IFF on the Historic Main Street of Garden Grove, California. It’s a real honor and a great motivator to keep working hard!

    Amazing news!

    26/08/2013 at 10:14 AM

    Our team recently received notification that our last film “Birdsong” passed the 3 round screening process and is now an “Official Selection” of the 2013 INDIE FEST USA IFF on the Historic Main Street of Garden Grove, California. It’s a real honor and a great motivator to keep us working hard. It also means Ben Childs will be making a trip to Hollywood and hopefully sneaking a rough cut of THE SPACE TRASH MEN along with him!


    Half Way!

    26/08/2013 at 10:14 AM

    Thanks to Christiane & Rudolf Nordt who have just been the first to select the Premiere Guest / Official Sponsor reward. We have just passed the halfway mark, sitting at $2055/4000!

    Christiane and Rudolf will receive premiere tickets, a signed DVD+poster and a Sponsor credit in the film.

    Again the team and myself express our gratitude for all our generous supporters. Please keep on spreading the word and helping us to reach our target! And enjoy the small clip showing part of the miniature making process.


    Cheers!

    Ben Childs and the SPACE TRASH team

    $1000 Milestone Thank You

    20/08/2013 at 2:50 AM

    Hi all,


    A huge thank you to the 19 pledgers who have shown there outstanding generosity and support! We have just passed the $1000 mark which means we are 1/4 of the way there. Thanks to amazing people such as yourselves exciting, alternative films like THE SPACE TRASH MEN can be made in New Zealand. The team are blown away by the support so far and hope you will continue to spread the word and help us reach our target.

    Plans are in motion to shoot some update videos revealing a bit of the behind the scenes mania as we draw closer to production. Keep an eye on our PledgeMe updates so that you don't miss out on these insightful video production diaries.

    Again, a massive thanks to everyone for their generosity.


    Warmest regards,

    Ben Childs and the SPACE TRASH team :)



    3... 2... 1... Blast off!

    16/08/2013 at 5:39 AM

    Thank you Nicole! We have our first pledge!

    Our Latest Short Film

    26/08/2013 at 10:03 AM

    Check out the team working on 'Birdsong', our latest short film!


      Tepene Marsden
      2013-09-13 17:23:00 +1200
      Charlotte Price
      2013-09-13 17:15:01 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2013-09-13 17:01:53 +1200
      Dawn Everitt
      2013-09-13 16:23:28 +1200
      Kieran Timms
      2013-09-13 15:57:38 +1200
      Malorie Carey
      2013-09-13 12:51:51 +1200
      Jordan Walsh
      2013-09-12 22:35:50 +1200
      Alex Gray
      2013-09-12 20:43:30 +1200
      Alison Gray
      2013-09-12 20:38:01 +1200
      Chris Walker
      2013-09-12 16:36:33 +1200
      James Fulton
      2013-09-11 22:25:16 +1200
      Garry Thomas
      2013-09-11 22:09:20 +1200
      jude mitchell
      2013-09-11 20:07:58 +1200
      marley
      2013-09-11 10:33:54 +1200
      barb and ralph
      2013-09-10 20:14:48 +1200
      Jo Mitchell
      2013-09-10 11:00:17 +1200
      Laura Murray
      2013-09-10 10:33:12 +1200
      Tom
      2013-09-10 01:56:04 +1200
      Christopher Holm-Hansen
      2013-09-10 00:39:51 +1200
      Simon Dobier
      2013-09-09 22:58:21 +1200
      Kim Teear
      2013-09-09 18:24:58 +1200
      Paul Man-for All-seasons Summer
      2013-09-09 18:14:57 +1200
      Seanne Culhane
      2013-09-09 13:26:35 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2013-09-09 12:33:06 +1200
      47bc4f6b-e1b5-401a-a4ff-fe510ca2143a
      2013-09-09 10:56:55 +1200
      47bc4f6b-e1b5-401a-a4ff-fe510ca2143a
      2013-09-09 10:52:30 +1200
      47bc4f6b-e1b5-401a-a4ff-fe510ca2143a
      2013-09-09 10:49:20 +1200
      Mike Buckham
      2013-09-07 10:09:50 +1200
      Lucy Holyoake
      2013-09-06 21:46:06 +1200
      Hamish Fraser
      2013-09-06 12:10:21 +1200

      Followers of The Space Trash Men

      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 13/09/2013 at 5:23 PM.