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‘Another Castle’ Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

This new web series aims to address the sexism women face in nerd culture.


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Another Castle is a brand new original web series that follows two best geek friends, TJ & Barrett, as they pursue their passions in nerdom.

Co-written by The Leslie creator Kate Johnson and Samantha Sutliff, Another Castle has already raised almost 50% of the goal for the campaign within the first 6 days.

The series, which takes place in Los Angeles, looks at the issues women face in the male-dominated world of fantasy, gaming, and superheroes. Following on the heels of the Women’s Marches across the world on January 21st, Popcorn & Wine productions seeks to contribute to the ongoing discussion about equal rights for all humans, beginning with Another Castle.

Ruby Goldin, co-founder of Popcorn & Wine Productions and co-star of Another Castle said, “In the wake of such a hateful presidential election and an ongoing landscape where intolerance is again becoming the norm, we find it imperative to join the fight for basic equality for all.”

“Through Another Castle, we look forward to providing both an entertaining original web series and a glimpse into one of the most intolerant cultural universes existing in today’s America.”

The Indiegogo Campaign will run until February 22. To learn more and help out, click here.

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