My name is Kevin Hinchey. I’m a co-director of the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust which operates the Reich Museum, oversees Reich’s publishing, and manages Reich’s Archives at Harvard’s Countway Library of Medicine.
I’m also the writer/director of the Wilhelm Reich Documentary Film Project which has been in production since January 2015 in Europe (Vienna, Berlin, Oslo) and America, including Rangeley. I hope you’ll please take a few minutes to look at our “film trailer” at the link below:
As you’ll see in this brief sample of what will be in the complete 100-to-110 minute documentary, Rangeley figures prominently in this film: significant outdoor footage of the area and interviews with six Rangeley residents–Gary Priest, Kathy Steward, Tiny Collins, Wanda Ferguson, Ron Haines, Mary Higgins.
All of which means that Rangeley stands to benefit economically from the attention that this film will receive once it’s completed and released. Already this film-in-progress has attracted international attention and continues to be supported by hundreds of individual contributions from people in 30 countries:
We are now “crowdfunding” for “Phase 2: Editing & Post-Production” of this film, for which we’ve currently raised 44% of the estimated budget we need to now assemble this film and bring it to completion.
I hope that you’ll join this international effort to support the completion of what will be the first thoroughly researched and factually-accurate film about Wilhelm Reich…a film which will draw more attention in this country and internationally to the Rangeley community.
Thank you, and please feel free to contact me at any time at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Glastonbury, CT.
This article was written by Rangeley News Hound