Up to current date and what’s next: Brainchild’s gotta survive, and it’s got to happen next year. It was a real dream come true to see so many people happy and crazy and doing something different at this little festival this year and I think everyone on the team has felt something special. We did it, wahayy! Whod have thought it… (Honestly though..)
But the important thing to remember is that we’ve all done it, and while I’ve done the financial work getting it started, its got to remain an opportunity for others to get involved with and have their thoughts and ambitions and independent creative skills flourish.
There are of festivals in the UK these days. But we are the young and everyones doing amazing stuff without putting hideous price tags on it. We are creating our own experiences and forming our own ways of thinking. That’s what Brainchild’s about and that’s what it was born out of.
We want to make short films across the year about all the creative projects we think are doing something interesting and whose story should be told. Brainchild should act as a source and support of exciting work from musicians, writers, poets, artists and storytellers wherever we find them.
Enough of the ambitious and dreamy writing, we’re still paying bills and getting ourselves together from this year, but this is a post to say, this is happening. Thank you all for enjoying yourselves, and for being willing to help it happen. We’ll need hands on decks from here on out so that the festival and so much more can happen again, so if you know where we can find money and other helpful things, or if you want to do something particular for the project, just get in touch.
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