Support indie! Help us bring the world to Granny's House!
Support indie! Help us bring the world to Granny's House!
Most indie films never get the chance to succeed because movie screens are controlled by studios.YOU can buck the system with a pledge!
Most indie films never get the chance to succeed because movie screens are controlled by studios.YOU can buck the system with a pledge! Read more
About this project
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A new video from the director:
Did you know that over 50,000 feature films are made every year? Did you also know that very few ever get a wide audience?
Given the amount of passion, talent and creativity that goes into every film, it is a crying shame that so few get seen, and have the chance to succeed.
We ask your help so that our film "At Granny's House" get's the chance to find it's audience--we are confident that with your help, it will!
To see the official trailer of At Granny's House, view the video above or please visit our web page:
You're busy, so here's the bottom line: We are just about to finish a really cool movie, a suspense thriller with an edgy twist ending, and we need your help to have the movie gain a wide, global, audience. We have a strategy ready to roll to make this happen, but need your $ and support to get started. Please watch our video, donate as much as you can, and spread the word to your friends, family and colleagues. Be a part of something special. Thanks!
"At Granny's House" is about what happens when a young lady (Rebecca) moves in to be caregiver to Granny, a little old lady in a rural USA midwest town.
Rebecca turns out to have her own dark secrets and agenda, and these play out as the movie develops, especially when Ted Steiner comes to visit Granny's house.
A typical Midwest house. A sweet little old lady. When a caretaker moves in to help out, Granny's House becomes a macabre place of death - and love.
The ending will knock your socks off!
Good question! Here is the easy answer--because we wanted YOU, our audience, to be a part of bringing the movie to the world. Who better, after all, than the fans? You believe in us, we believe in you!
We have a variety of cool rewards at many different donation levels, but we just want you to give what you can--every donation counts!
Whatever you donate, your support is greatly appreciated, and will be wisely used.
We take very seriously the responsibility you bestow on us when you donate to our project, and are very proud that we have come up with a budget that keeps overhead costs, such as Kickstarter and Amazon payments fees, to a bare minimum.
In addition, we believe our four-fold strategy of getting AGH out to the world will be effective in gaining our film the large audience it deserves:
First, premieres in Colorado and Los Angeles to start the ball rolling.
Second, submit the film to a select number of film festivals to increase the film’s exposure.
Third, a week-long theatrical screening in Los Angeles will get us reviews in both the LA Weekly and the LA times, papers which feed other newspapers around the country, dramatically increasing the profile of At Granny’s House.
Finally, during all of this, a focused and intensive marketing campaign to take advantage of the film’s notoriety in an effort to attract film sales agents and global distributors.
A successful campaign will finance this strategy, the first elements of which will begin with the World Premiere of "At Granny's House" in Holyoke, Colorado, near where the film was shot, May 30 and 31st.
In addition, once we are funded we will immediately move to schedule our week long theatrical run in Los Angeles, hopefully as soon as August.
Here are just a few members of our outstanding team. We were immensely blessed by the quality of our cast and crew!
Tammy is using the organizational skills she gained running Maya Expeditions in Guatemala, and Copper Canyon Adventures in Mexico, to handle the myriad obligations that come up with a movie production.
Her nursing experience has allowed her to bring a calm and compassionate style to her organizing of any logistics whether in foreign countries or in the foreign world of film. Her love of travel, helps her understand the myriad of cultures and diversity we have in this beautiful world. This diversity allows her to be the best at outside the box filmmaking.
Know by most as "Blue", Michael Blue is an unstoppable force in independent film, and a hugely talented cinematographer. We have been fortunate to have worked with Blue on three projects, and love the way he solves problems, works with what is available, and seemingly never sleeps!
The amazing look of "At Granny's House" is all about Blue's professionalism, attention to detail and great photographic eye.
Charles A. Baird is a filmmaker, author and entrepreneur. He has served as a military officer and in various roles in Corporate America. He is currently working on several movies and an extreme adventure film series titled Alaskan Pioneer. He maintains a blog on LinkedIn.
Magical moments are captured through film and TV. Rachel Alig wants to be a part of these memorable moments for the rest of her life.
Throughout 2014, she had the privilege to star in three feature films as the leading lady. These films include GOOD KARMA CLUB, SEX AND THE SINGLE ALIEN (Theatrical Release), and AT GRANNY’S HOUSE.
Rachel just wrapped filming another leading role in the film, LAST CALL AT MURRAY’S, starring Michael Gross, (Family Ties, Tremors,), and John Savage, (The Deer Hunter, Hair). Currently, SHOWTIME is airing BIKINI SPRING BREAK, a comedy film in which Rachel plays one of the leading ladies opposite Robert Carradine (Revenge of the Nerds, Lizzie McGuire).
You can see her collection of work at www.rachelalig.org.
Known for a Daytime Emmy Award-winning performance in Take This Lollipop and a ratings-winning role on CBS-TV's Criminal Minds, Bill Oberst Jr. is an American actor of German descent. His gentleness and his interest in things spiritual in real life are sharply at odds with his on-screen persona, where professionally he is known as the "King of Indie Horror".
The Season 9 episode of the CBS-TV series Criminal Minds, "Blood Relations," in which Oberst guest starred with Adrienne Barbeau and Tobin Bell, was the evening's most-watched program on TV on its April, 2014 premiere. CBS later included Oberst's character in their list of Criminal Minds' "14 Most Notorious Serial Killers."
He is perhaps most widely-known internationally as the face of director Jason Zada's Take This Lollipop, awarded a 2012 Daytime Emmy Award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in the category of "New Approaches-Daytime Entertainment." Oberst has been seen by over 100 million viewers worldwide as an online stalker in the interactive application for Facebook users.
Glenda is a Canadian actress living in Los Angeles. She started out in theatre (local and regional), and has a wide range of film television, commercial, radio, and industrial credits. Some of her favorite roles include Angel's Mother in ANGEL, the Vice President's wife in COMMANDER IN CHIEF, and of course, Granny in AT GRANNY'S HOUSE.
Laura Lee is a stand up comedian, actor and television host. She is currently hosting the show “Joy In Our Town” for KPJR in Denver and has been interviewed on "The Today Show" by Katie Couric. Laura completed eight Indy films in 2014, performed the Vagina Monologues on stage and regularly performs stand up comedy. She recently qualified as as a top ten comedian in the Viaero Great American Comedy Festival. The summer of 2015 Laura will be filming the Wild West film "What Child Is This” with Caravan West Productions. You will see Laura in print and internet advertising as a spokesperson and model. She is also an avid athlete, competing in triathlons and numerous other sporting competitions.
Ashlee was a vital piece of our production team, and she plans on graduating high school in May of 2016 and go straight to University of Northern Colorado to pursue my dream of teaching music. Ashlee first got into acting my freshman year of high school by being a part of the production of The Music Man. I have continued being in school plays and musicals. At Granny’s House is my first major film. Johnny Depp and Elle Fanning are just two of my favorite actors.
Thanks for checking out our film, and our campaign. We really appreciate your time and attention, and hope you donate and spread the word!
Too many indie films are finished, but never seen--and that is a shame, given all the hard work and creative talent put into them.
We believe this campaign to bring the world to Granny's House will change that for our film, and may serve as a model for indie films to come.
All the best--and thanks again!
Les, and the whole AGH team
Risks and challenges
One of the hard parts is already almost done--filming and completing a movie. The next hard part, getting it seen, is what this campaign is all about, and we appreciate your support.
Bottom Line: when our Kickstarter campaign succeeds, the film "At Granny's House" will have a great chance of gaining a large audience, benefiting not only our cast and crew, but the movie view audience worldwide. And that means you!
We promise to use your money wisely, and deliver all rewards fully and in as timely a basis as possible.
Les, and the entire AGH team
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