Fangirls Going Rogue was one of the first podcasts to really get behind Looking for Leia, a documentary meant to shine a spotlight on women in Star Wars. Director Annalise Ophelian has uncovered so much material, she has progressed the project to a series. Using Seed&Spark she is searching for a home for the series. The good news is that Looking for Leia has hit its goal of $25,000 to trigger funding. This is just a goal and any crowdfunded project would love to push beyond that. Right now, followers are just as key in showing potential homes for the series that it can generate interest, and that’s where they really need our help.
You can be this documentary’s Obi-Wan Kenobi simply by following the campaign at Seed&Spark using the directions below. If you have inclination to step up your support, there are numerous ways to contribute funds to the project as well.
Directions to Seed&Spark
1. Visit the link, hit “follow”
2. Create an account (“x” out of the window for the streaming service, opt out of e-mails)
3. SUPER IMPORTANT: Open the confirmation e-mail (or your follow won’t be counted).
4. Additionally, share your follow and bring some friends!
Check out the trailer for the series campaign, which features Teresa Delgado and Tricia Barr getting revved up for a live recording of Fangirls Going Rogue. You can also listen to our interview with Annalise Ophelian here.