If you haven’t made the trip to Alameda, CA to visit the Pacific Pinball Museum, you need to. 90+ games on free play, beautiful artwork, signage and knowledgeable folks to teach you history of American Pinball, and a great vibe. There was a Mad Men themed birthday party in one of the rooms you can rent — everyone was turned out beautifully.
Michael is working with me on putting together a super finale for Pinball Donut Girl: I am going to film those scenes with his machines. I’m thinking the featured machine for the finale should be Fun House. What do you think? I’ll make a poll and you guys can help me decide.
Fractured Atlas, the fantastic non-profit supporting arts and artists nationally, has selected Pinball Donut Girl as a sponsored project.
What does this mean?
I means that when you support Pinball Donut Girl financially, you’ll now be able to receive tax benefits. And I get to partner with a great group of wonderfully savvy folks as I raise the funds we need to complete PBDG.
If you are an artist in any discipline, or support the arts, check out Fractured Atlas. I encourage you to become a member.
PS: If you are a filmmaker, FA has great liability insurance programs. I insure through them. I also love their free on-line classes.
Thanks to Matt Walsh for the link!