MILWAUKEE, Wis. – A group of the full-time RV movement’s mostAdd New influential YouTube stars are collaborating on a feature-length documentary film that explores the fact that thousands of Americans are living in recreational vehicles full time.
The cast of the upcoming film, titled RV Nomads, includes the family behind “Less Junk < More Journey,” the family behind “Exploring the Local Life,” “Hebard’s Travels” (A YouTube channel that has recently gotten the attention of a major RV manufacturer), “Morton’s On the Move” and several others.
In addition, RV Nomads also features solo RVers Jennifer Leigh and Kelly Beasley as well as a group of couples who travel the country in their RVs full time.
Those choosing a minimalist life of freedom on the move are coming into the RV life from a range of backgrounds.
Some are buying $5,000 RV’s and renovating them, some are purchasing luxury rigs and some are even converting old school buses and class B vans.
While there are a plethora of reasons many are choosing to live in an RV full time, there is a common theme found across the board: The American Dream, in their view, doesn’t have only one path.
“This is a profound and powerful story of freedom,” said a studio spokesperson. “You have hundreds of thousands of people, some in their 20s and some in their 70s with plenty in-between, completely disregarding a predetermined way of life in favor of a life through which they can live where they want, when they want and how they want.
The spokesperson continues, “This is possible thanks to the Internet and the ability to work in a mobile environment. And, as many are discovering, it can be done debt-free, through minimal living and without foregoing the ability to explore more of the world earlier in life.”
The movie, currently entering production, will be filmed through August of 2018 and is scheduled for full release in the fall of 2018.
The studio is planning to distribute the film through multiple familiar streaming platforms and says this is the first film of its size to tell the full story of the full-time RV movement.
For more information visit RV Nomads.
Source: RV Nomads press release