The Five Dollar Movie takes you on a journey to one of the most innovative and oddest versions of the gig economy: Fiverr.com. But it is also a meta-documentary that uses its subject to create the film—a documentary made about Fiverr, with Fiverr.
Since returning from New York in October, work at LP Films has been pretty intense leaving little to no time for The Five Dollar Movie. Starting today I’ve taken a six week sabbatical from LP Films and set up residence in WKJIA (an open office space inside W+K Shanghai) from where I’ll be working full time on The Five Dollar Movie. With help from my new Production Assistant, Lili Blight, I’ve got a lot to get done over, starting with fulfilling all the Kickstarter perks and putting together the backer wall.
The fixed (left) and flexible (right) seating in WKJIA, a free space for small companies and individuals provided by W+K.
‘The Green’ communal space and kitchen in W+K Shanghai.
Photographs from Creative Hunt.