Fundraising For Numbers Nightclub Documentary Reaches Final Stage Of Campaign

By | March 3, 2015

FridayImInLove_NumbersAn eclectic Montrose nightclub (300 Westheimer) is the focus of a documentary called Friday I’m In Love, and it’s reached a critical point in production. As previously reported here at the Montrose District, to finish filming and editing the movie, the crew set up a Kickstarter campaign last month to raise a total of $40,000. With only three days left to meet their goal, the funds stand — as of publishing time — at $36,510.

On the homestretch of the fundraiser, the film’s director Marcus Pontello gave some insight to CultureMap into what drew him to the project in the first place.

“It’s a place that’s always been a kind of come-as-you-are, ‘be yourself’ establishment. That’s why Numbers is so great. […] To this day, you’ll go and see soccer moms and Midtown bros and goth queens and 60-year-old dominatrix slaves, all on the same dance floor.”

To see if Pontello’s “passion project” comes to life, watch the Kickstarter campaign as it nears completion this week.

One response to “Fundraising For Numbers Nightclub Documentary Reaches Final Stage Of Campaign”

  1. […] site, Kickstarter. (A documentary featuring Montrose nightclub Numbers recently reached their Kickstarter goal of $40,000 last week.) Melange’s campaign raised $52,548 in approximately one month, which will […]

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