Fundraiser for Documentary About Kenilworth

Alex Djordjevic has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support a documentary that explores the history and potential of Kenilworth Avenue.

By Michelle Martin
Published September 23, 2014

On the weekend, I had the opportunity to interview Alex Djordjevic, whom I had already met through our neighbourhood newspaper, The Point. Alex volunteers to assist with managing finances for our community publication.

I spoke to him about his documentary project on Kenilworth Avenue for our next issue. However, The Point is published every two months and by the time the next one goes to press, his Kickstarter campaign will be over.

Watching his partner Chantell start up a small business on Kenilworth has made him passionate about the whole street and the potential he sees.

He tells me he is looking not only for financial support, but also for contributions and thoughts from anyone who shares his passion and feels they can bring something to a project like this.

His Kickstarter web page is here:

Michelle Martin lives in Hamilton where she and her husband are watching their 10 children fly the nest, one by one. She has been published in both the Hamilton Spectator and Raise the Hammer, as well as in the online edition of the National Post and, more recently, in the Canadian Urban Transit Association's Urban Mobility Forum. Michelle is coordinator of the Community Access to Transportation program. She is also on the writing/copy editing team of the Crown Point hub paper, The Point. However, the opinions she expresses in Raise the Hammer are her own. She sometimes tweets @deltawestmom

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By kickstarted (anonymous) | Posted September 25, 2014 at 13:28:35

Funded - Go Go Go!

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