CAPITAL CULTURE

By Virginia O'Connor

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CAPITAL CULTURE

Project 2013-11-19 05:27:49 +1300

CAPITAL CULTURE

Want to have a laugh at scenesters?

We know you do.

 

 

WHO WE ARE

Hi! We are Virginia, Isobelle, Miriam and Martine, four close friends in our twenties who have known each other since childhood. We came up with this concept five years ago when we were all living together in Melbourne, the graffiti clad, culinary & fashion capital of the world. Surrounded by people who were defined by their threads, what bike they rode, what coffee they drunk, and what gallery openings they were seen at, we had many a laugh which eventually led to our mocumentary concept. After returning to our home country we are all now based in Wellington. Being amongst the scene here, we thought it was only fitting to make our show about the New Zealand equivalent, Wellington. 

THE CONCEPT

Our comedy mocumentary will be formatted as a mini web series. Each of us plays one of four female characters, based on young, creative Wellingtonians. Lennon is a fashionista, a self proclaimed style setter running her own blog while working part time in a vintage clothing store on Cuba Street. Imogen is a hospo guru - a mixologist who lives for inventing the next innovative cocktail working as a bartender in a well known Cuba Street hangout. Willoughby is a singer/song writer and aspiring DJ who works in a cafe to pay the bills but life revolves around getting the next ‘gig’. Frankie is a film maker, a Toi Whakaari drop out who wants to work on her own film projects and every spare moment is a chance to network. Each scene takes a satirical look into their daily lives. Our show is inspired by the likes of Summer Heights High, Super City, Girls and Portlandia and web series such as Dalston Superstars and Bondi Hipsters. This concept is familiar on a global stage, but a first for a New Zealand production based around Wellington's young creative crowd.

AUDIENCE

Primarily the series is targeted at a young market, people between the ages of 16-35. However anyone familiar with New Zealand's cultural and social scene will be nailed by the humour. There will be irreverent digs about the people, arts, the cafes and bars, and the venues. If you like any of the above series, you’ll love this. You can relate!

OUR GOAL

We are hoping to raise $2000 but anything more towards our project would be amazing to really get this off the ground. We start filming in December and this would cover the cost of locations, filming and editing over this period. Money will be coming from our own pockets, but to make this show as good as it can be, we need your help! Please!

 

 

 

 

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Capital Culture Teaser

05/01/2014 at 10:57 PM

Check out our teaser ! Look what you have helped us do!!! Please keep sharing this page so we can make more of what we want to make!!!

Thanks for all the support people, we really appreciate it! First episode coming February 2014!

We hope you enjoy....

Virginia, Martine, Isobelle and Miriam

    Pledgers 117

    Sabine Boots
    2014-01-15 18:30:44 +1300
    Sadie
    2014-01-15 14:49:01 +1300
    Rebecca
    2014-01-15 14:12:15 +1300
    Jimmy Edward
    2014-01-15 09:41:36 +1300
    Chelsea Lael
    2014-01-15 05:48:46 +1300
    Katie Hoad
    2014-01-15 02:55:32 +1300
    Katie Hoad
    2014-01-15 02:55:30 +1300
    Dylan West
    2014-01-14 23:10:42 +1300
    Kelly
    2014-01-14 23:01:09 +1300
    Arouny Wongsaene
    2014-01-14 22:46:26 +1300
    Andrew
    2014-01-14 22:42:07 +1300
    Claire
    2014-01-14 22:31:49 +1300
    Miri Sebold
    2014-01-14 21:34:06 +1300
    Nicola Hewitt
    2014-01-14 21:33:19 +1300
    Charlotte Grace Lawton
    2014-01-14 20:55:22 +1300
    Susan Marshall
    2014-01-14 20:15:52 +1300
    Jamie Field
    2014-01-14 19:32:30 +1300
    Alex Selmes
    2014-01-14 18:53:15 +1300
    Anna Blackett
    2014-01-14 18:22:06 +1300
    Lorna
    2014-01-14 17:08:58 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2014-01-14 16:30:57 +1300
    Rebecca McGoun
    2014-01-14 16:18:47 +1300
    Nina FlashGordon
    2014-01-14 15:42:05 +1300
    Ryan Evison
    2014-01-14 15:14:54 +1300
    Annie Leather
    2014-01-14 14:08:50 +1300
    Ben
    2014-01-13 23:33:07 +1300
    Elyse Jenkins
    2014-01-13 14:20:54 +1300
    Kylie Turner
    2014-01-13 01:33:32 +1300
    Chris Hillary
    2014-01-13 00:46:57 +1300
    Saskia Athlene Catherine Rysenbry
    2014-01-13 00:11:37 +1300

    CAPITAL CULTURE

    Project 2013-11-19 05:27:49 +1300

    CAPITAL CULTURE

    Want to have a laugh at scenesters?

    We know you do.

     

     

    WHO WE ARE

    Hi! We are Virginia, Isobelle, Miriam and Martine, four close friends in our twenties who have known each other since childhood. We came up with this concept five years ago when we were all living together in Melbourne, the graffiti clad, culinary & fashion capital of the world. Surrounded by people who were defined by their threads, what bike they rode, what coffee they drunk, and what gallery openings they were seen at, we had many a laugh which eventually led to our mocumentary concept. After returning to our home country we are all now based in Wellington. Being amongst the scene here, we thought it was only fitting to make our show about the New Zealand equivalent, Wellington. 

    THE CONCEPT

    Our comedy mocumentary will be formatted as a mini web series. Each of us plays one of four female characters, based on young, creative Wellingtonians. Lennon is a fashionista, a self proclaimed style setter running her own blog while working part time in a vintage clothing store on Cuba Street. Imogen is a hospo guru - a mixologist who lives for inventing the next innovative cocktail working as a bartender in a well known Cuba Street hangout. Willoughby is a singer/song writer and aspiring DJ who works in a cafe to pay the bills but life revolves around getting the next ‘gig’. Frankie is a film maker, a Toi Whakaari drop out who wants to work on her own film projects and every spare moment is a chance to network. Each scene takes a satirical look into their daily lives. Our show is inspired by the likes of Summer Heights High, Super City, Girls and Portlandia and web series such as Dalston Superstars and Bondi Hipsters. This concept is familiar on a global stage, but a first for a New Zealand production based around Wellington's young creative crowd.

    AUDIENCE

    Primarily the series is targeted at a young market, people between the ages of 16-35. However anyone familiar with New Zealand's cultural and social scene will be nailed by the humour. There will be irreverent digs about the people, arts, the cafes and bars, and the venues. If you like any of the above series, you’ll love this. You can relate!

    OUR GOAL

    We are hoping to raise $2000 but anything more towards our project would be amazing to really get this off the ground. We start filming in December and this would cover the cost of locations, filming and editing over this period. Money will be coming from our own pockets, but to make this show as good as it can be, we need your help! Please!

     

     

     

     

    Comments

    Capital Culture Teaser

    05/01/2014 at 10:57 PM

    Check out our teaser ! Look what you have helped us do!!! Please keep sharing this page so we can make more of what we want to make!!!

    Thanks for all the support people, we really appreciate it! First episode coming February 2014!

    We hope you enjoy....

    Virginia, Martine, Isobelle and Miriam

      Sabine Boots
      2014-01-15 18:30:44 +1300
      Sadie
      2014-01-15 14:49:01 +1300
      Rebecca
      2014-01-15 14:12:15 +1300
      Jimmy Edward
      2014-01-15 09:41:36 +1300
      Chelsea Lael
      2014-01-15 05:48:46 +1300
      Katie Hoad
      2014-01-15 02:55:32 +1300
      Katie Hoad
      2014-01-15 02:55:30 +1300
      Dylan West
      2014-01-14 23:10:42 +1300
      Kelly
      2014-01-14 23:01:09 +1300
      Arouny Wongsaene
      2014-01-14 22:46:26 +1300
      Andrew
      2014-01-14 22:42:07 +1300
      Claire
      2014-01-14 22:31:49 +1300
      Miri Sebold
      2014-01-14 21:34:06 +1300
      Nicola Hewitt
      2014-01-14 21:33:19 +1300
      Charlotte Grace Lawton
      2014-01-14 20:55:22 +1300
      Susan Marshall
      2014-01-14 20:15:52 +1300
      Jamie Field
      2014-01-14 19:32:30 +1300
      Alex Selmes
      2014-01-14 18:53:15 +1300
      Anna Blackett
      2014-01-14 18:22:06 +1300
      Lorna
      2014-01-14 17:08:58 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2014-01-14 16:30:57 +1300
      Rebecca McGoun
      2014-01-14 16:18:47 +1300
      Nina FlashGordon
      2014-01-14 15:42:05 +1300
      Ryan Evison
      2014-01-14 15:14:54 +1300
      Annie Leather
      2014-01-14 14:08:50 +1300
      Ben
      2014-01-13 23:33:07 +1300
      Elyse Jenkins
      2014-01-13 14:20:54 +1300
      Kylie Turner
      2014-01-13 01:33:32 +1300
      Chris Hillary
      2014-01-13 00:46:57 +1300
      Saskia Athlene Catherine Rysenbry
      2014-01-13 00:11:37 +1300
      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 15/01/2014 at 6:30 PM.