Life on Mars is a narrative RPG based on the evolving relationships of the crew of a manned Mars mission. It looks like the sort of game that could be fun to play once or twice, and if I get even a single good session out of it, I figure it's worth the money. The project's on its last day, and is fully funded.
Hand Crafted Wood Turnings and "Tiny Jewels" are woodworking projects. I'm getting a 7-9" bowl from the first project, which I plan to use to display my dice from the Artisan Dice Kickstarter, and five tiny bowls (1-2") from the second.
Ironwood Engraving is making wooden tokens for roleplaying games. I'm not sure if I'll ever use these, but they seem nice enough to devote a shoebox to, just in case. This Kickstarter is about 80% of the way to its goal.
Who Bombed Judi Bari? is a documentary about a pair of environmental activists who were victims of a car bomb, then arrested by the FBI as terrorists on the dubious assumption that they'd accidentally blown themselves up. I suspect this is probably excessively axe-grindy, but maybe an interesting enough subject to make for a good film anyway. A little under halfway to its goal.
I've also backed a few completed Kickstarters for pens (such as this one, for a pen in imperial jade), but haven't gotten any rewards yet. I'm looking forward to ditching my cheap ballpoints for pens that are both attractive and more functional.