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Sawdust Productions has signed cinema icon Mamie Van Doren to play a lead role in "SAWDUST", the first 3D television series to be shot in stereoscopic 3D. The pilot for the half-hour episodic drama, set within the world of a Depression-era, 1930s circus, is being funded through the crowd-sourcing platform Kickstarter. A 2D trailer is visible on the Kickstarter's web site.

You have 16 days left to register to Kickstarter and invest in the project. 97% of the targeted 100,000$ funds are still open and your participation can be as low as $1.

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What is Sawdust?

It was a time when there was magic. "SAWDUST" is a period, family drama set on the stage and behind the scenes of a Depression-era traveling circus. Times were tough, but it was simpler time. When the circus rolled into town, a nickel bought a passport into a make-believe universe of the exotic and erotic.

Co-produced by internationally renowned photographer and award winning documentary film maker Wayne Schoenfeld and Hollywood screenwriter, producer and director, Anthony Coogan, this authentically staged, stunning production tells the story of family struggle in a time much like today; a challenging time filled with lowered expectations when dreams had to be put on the back burner. What better way to showcase the visual spectacle of the circus and to involve the audience in the drama than 3D?


Sawdust Productions is a creative collaboration between New Democracy Productions, P2P Productions, and 3D Stereomedia HD Digital & Film in the United States and Canada. Principles include award-winning filmmaker and photographer Wayne Schoenfeld, Producer and 3D Stereographer Anthony Coogan and Nadia Duguay of EXEKO, an international non-profit organization and winner of the 2009 Medal of Peace.

Mamie Van Doren is on IMDB.

To invest in the project through KickStarter, click here.