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CALVARIO: The Struggle Is REAL!!!

Lluis Margarit is a film-making student from the university ESCAC and about to complete his final project. He just launched a Kickstarter campaign and needs your support to make it happen!

The project is a biting comedy about accepting a break-up, with a visual narrative in the purest British style, but deep down, it’s about HAIR LOSS. ;)

He reached out to us at soshairloss.com as he believes we can have a significant impact on the project. The campaign will only last 15 days, so any contribution would help reach their goal!

He and his fellow team mates have a great passion for cinema and are eager to share this magnificent comedy with the world, which they hope you’ll enjoy. They are providing a Google Drive link with the press release as well as the poster and storyboard…  

Remember to follow the Kickstarter campaign link and then contribute a donation towards their goal

Link to the campaign: http://kck.st/2MVslIg

Press release: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OO0JMuJaGOgaRhfhfW59bsGYUxsBQOU9




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