Members of Def Leppard, Pixies and Ministry Launch Crowd-Funding Campaign to Make Film

Image Courtesy of Press Here PublicityA bevy of rock musicians including Def Leppard's Joe Elliot, Pixies' Joey Santiago and Ministry's Al Jourgensen have teamed up to launch an IndieGoGo campaign to fund their film, The Bridge. The film will star the three aforementioned rockers, along with Eddie Ojeda of Twisted Sister, ex-Misfit Tiny Biuso, Rick Warwick of Black Star Riders/Thin Lizzy and Sin Quirin of Ministry.

"The Bridge is a rock & roll feature film about the rise of small town music prodigy, Luke Weaver, who faces the decision to choose life or continue down his steadfast path to self-destruction," reads the film's official description. You can watch a video for the campaign on YouTube.

Perks for contributors to the project include various signed merchandise and VIP tickets. The most expensive perk is a pasta dinner cooked for you by Santiago -- that will set you back $20,000. A portion of the campaign's proceeds will be donated to the Fender Music Foundation, which provides instruments to music education programs.

The Bridge campaign has a goal of $300,000. The campaign will close on January 1.

Last month, Iggy Pop launched a similar campaign to fund a horror film called The Sandman starring himself and directed by Italian horror legend Dario Argento. That campaign will close on December 2.

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