Man vs. Debt blogger and Asheville transplant Adam Baker is part of the team behind a documentary film being created via Kickstarter, the funding platform that asks fans to personally fund creative endeavors.

Exploring the ideas of complacency, convention and how we do or don’t make our dreams and passions real, I’m Fine, Thanks needs $100,000 for editing and distribution costs,  marketing, a three-city premiere, and film-festival registration.

From Kickstarter:

I’m Fine, Thanks is a new, feature-length documentary about complacency. It’s a collection of stories about life, the choices we all make, and the paths we ultimately decide to follow.

We examine the factors that motivate and drive our major life choices. And, most importantly, whether or not the path we follow through life – and the habits we form based on that path – are truly connected with who we really are as individuals.

This is a movie about the moment people realize the life they’re living is not the life that’s true to their heart… and, as a result, what they decide to do about it!

After only a few days live on Kickstarter, the project has received over $25,000 in funding and over 850 supporters. It has until June 22 to reach its $100K goal.

Looks like this is the most ambitious Kickstarter yet to come out of Asheville’s rich creative scene. Have a look and see what you think.

Learn more about the project here.

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