Let Us Rise

Paul Clarke | Dublin

Let Us Rise
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This project was not funded.

rewards for funding this project:

€10 +

You will receive recognition for your support on our fan page and a link to download the documentary upon its release.

€20 +

You will receive a DVD, a digital download link, recognition for your support on our fan page including an invitation for 2 to one of our screenings and public debates.

€50 +

All of the above plus one ticket to the premiere screening in Dublin City Centre.

€100 +

All of the above, along with your name on the credits, and a framed still image from the documentary with a personal signed thank you message from the presenter and crew.

€200 +

Along with two VIP tickets to the premiere screening, your name in the credits, you will receive a signed framed still image from the crew. You will also be given the opportunity to become a representative for the documentary at one of our many planned screenings and public debates in Ireland.

€500 +

All of the above, along with one night in The Castle Hotel - Dublin’s most Historic, Georgian House Hotel on the day of the premiere screening in Dublin City Centre.

a project by:
Paul Clarke

As a concerned Irish citizen I have taken a keen interest in governmental reform and began to create a documentary based on a journey discovering how to peacefully overcome the challenges that the people of this great nation are facing today.  This story takes a new and active look at uncovering the mechanisms that were left behind to be used by the people from the patriots of Ireland's history for political and social reform.

While making videos covering various campaigns and demonstrations, I began to examine the comparisons of democracy within other nations.  For the past five years this journey has led me to many countries such as Iceland and the European Parliament in Brussels while building an information database in search of answers and solutions to the current global financial crisis.

The aim of this documentary is to delve deep into the Icelandic Revolution and the social ramifications of the financial crisis in Ireland, featuring interviews from well-known and distinguished experts such as:

Karen Ward – TV: Holistic Health Presenter/Therapist “Health Squad”, RTÉ (2002 - 2007) co-author of the best-selling book 'Health Squad Guide to Health and Fitness', Scientist Microbiology and Holistic Therapist treating her clients physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Gerald Celente – Founder of the Trends Research Institute and publisher of the Trends Journal, business consultant and author who makes predictions about the global financial markets and other events of historical importance.

Bill Still - former newspaper editor and publisher, best-selling author and award-winning documentary director and author of the World’s 1st interactive book ‘No More National Debt’.

Thomas Sheridan - professional artist, musician, public speaker, independent researcher and author of ‘Puzzling People: The Labyrinth of the Psychopath’ and ‘Defeated Demons’.

Max Igan – Australian activist, independent researcher, filmmaker, radio producer and a leader of The Global Awakening Movement.

The completed documentary will be made publically available for free download and re-distribution upon date of release.

Over the next four months I will be traveling again back to Iceland for an exclusive interview with President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson on covering in detail the extent of Iceland’s economic recovery and how it was achieved including a the UK as part of a historic chapter on Ireland’s first Constitution of 1922 and its relationship with Switzerland.

This documentary has been an incredible nine months in the making and this fundraiser will help cover our expenses as well as an equipment upgrade, including screenings, promotions and advertisements.  Our work has become a stepping stone towards a new platform for forthcoming interviews, campaigns and promotions on the road to participative democracy for a new age.

 For more details please contact: wethepeople@live.ie