I couldn’t sleep one night and I was sitting in my office and I realized that I was an independent filmmaker.
There is no reason why challenging themes and engaging stories have to be mutually exclusive – in fact, each can fuel the other. As a filmmaker, I want to entertain people first and foremost. If out of that comes a greater awareness and understanding of a time or a circumstance, then the hope is that change can happen.
We don’t make movies to make money, we make money to make more movies.
We are very excited to OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCE a few members of our cast! Jane will be played by SAM GRAY, Eric will be played by NATE HARRIMAN, and Emily will be played by SHANNON BADGETT! We were blown away by them at our casting call so you can expect great things to come
We have officially launched our Kickstarter and in matter of 9 hours, we were fully funded. With 13 days left, we are raising as much money as we possibly we can. A very special thank you goes out to everyone who has donated in the past 24 hours. Because of you we were able to reach our funding goal in ONLY 9 HOURS! We just wanted to say thank you to everyone for the continuous support of our project and let you know that we are overwhelmed by the generosity of our supporters. Bringing our vision to the big screen could not become a reality without all of you. Also, we just wanted to send out a reminder that $600 is the absolute minimum we need to raise to create our film but the great thing about Kickstarter is that we are able to go above and beyond our goal. This means that the more money donated the more we are able to put Into our film in order to execute it the best of our ability. This money will go towards feeding our cast and crew (who are all donating their time and talents to the project), renting lighting kits, providing wardrobe, building camera tracks and ensuring that we are able to execute this production to the best of our ability. Thank you again everyone, SEE YOU AT MAINE MAYHEM!
“ Some people call it science fiction. I don’t even consider it science fiction; I consider it a fairytale. Fairytale is the environment… you can, literally, do anything. And if I believe it while I’m filming it, the audience tends to believe it too. ” —Irvin Kershner, Director: Star Wars: Episode V