Building on her years of experience with Mongolian nomadic women, Sas Carey completed her ground-breaking film, Gobi Women's Song, in 2006. The film is available for viewing and discussion, by university, church and community groups. Contact Sas at Nomadicare for scheduling and other information.
Plans to Produce this film for a wider and more commercial audience:
After the positive response to the initial 73-minute film, the next step is to refine it and to cut it to a 55 minute length (suitable for television programs).
Post Production-Finishing at completion will have all editing, sound, color and sub-titles finished, master tapes cut and DVDs available.
Follow-up will promote the film with ads, marketing, website presence and provide distribution of the film with entry fees to film festivals, and travel for film talks and screenings.
Educational Component will support the creation of a training guide to accompany the film.
|TV broadcast quality - (cut to one hour)||$5000|
|Final sound editing and mix||3600|
|Edit (final edit)||1250|
|Final color correction||1000|
|Final graphics and map||500|
|Supplies (master tapes, DVDs, cover art)||2050|
|Replace copyright music||1600|
|Distribution - marketing||10,500|
|Educational Component (optional)- Training Guide||10,500|
|VF administrative fee||1800|
|Total upgrade film budget:||37,800|