In February 2012, a group of five guys converged on Wilmington, Ohio, with an ambitious goal – to make a film on the stories of every day people who’ve given up their dreams and settled into a complacent lifestyle.
No member of the crew had ever made a movie before. In fact, there were hundreds of reasons why they should have scrapped the idea, put it on the back burner, and moved on. Instead, they picked up their cameras and decided to plow forward.
Simply put, their lives would never be the same!
The movie went on to become one of the most funded documentaries in Kickstarter history with over 4,500 people raising $100,000 to complete the editing and marketing of the project.
Since then it’s premiered in a dozen theaters across the United States (and now across several countries).
Since creating the film, Grant Peelle (director) and Adam Baker (producer) have joined forced with the emmy-award-winning production studio, Stillmotion (who help edit and release I'm Fine, Thanks).