wrote previously about that crowd-funding project on Indiegogo, concerning a few Swedes wanting to create an EVE Online documentary. I had some concerns about the project, given that their presentation video didn't really give any sense that they knew what they were doing. I'd suggested to them, that if they wanted people to support their project, they should create a presentation video that highlighted their skills, showed their competence as documentarians.
They have done just that.
Certainly a much better effort and a much better presentation. (Although, they do seem to be having a problem with aspect ratios, but I'll assume they'll get that sorted out by the time they start filming in earnest.)
At any rate, they've put some effort into presenting their project to us. If an EVE Online documentary is something you would like to see (and they'll be mostly filming at Fanfest 2013), then drop them a few dollars. I'm going to. They've convinced me that the project is in capable hands and has a good probability of being entertaining.
Nothing is guaranteed in crowd-funding, but this project isn't asking for much, and it's not a terrible place to deposit a few pounds, dollars and/or cents. And we get something EVE related out of it.