Don't Get Mad (2018)
Don't Get Mad (2018)
#NotForProfit psychological film about domestic violence, alcoholism, love & betrayal. Nick's world quickly spirals out of control..
#NotForProfit psychological film about domestic violence, alcoholism, love & betrayal. Nick's world quickly spirals out of control.. Read more
with music from Nightkites..
Kickstarter Campaign for Indie Film 'Don't Get Mad' (2018)
PLOT: Set in London. Nick is a heavy drinker with a traumatic past working overtime to support Natasha while she looks for a new job. Their already beleaguered marriage is suddenly shattered by the discovery of an affair and things quicker get out of control..
MISSION STATEMENT: This #NotForProfit film aims to explore the trauma a child can experience living with violent & abusive parents, how it can lead to problems in later life and the psychological impacts of alcoholism. We aim to enter the film into 20 or more festivals around the world before finally uploading it to be bought online - the work is created to highlight domestic violence in the UK and its effect on our society. Its a truth hard to swallow and we believe through cinematography we can reach the largest audience possible.
We are 100% funded through donations - every penny counts!
Regarding how our budget is spent, unlike others we offer complete transparency and a full public disclosure of the budget expenditure will be uploaded onto www.stuartwalkerproductions.com once all production is completed (projected finish April 2018).
Projected budget expenditure: filming equipment - 20.5%, crew - 17%, location - 12.5%, food - 1.5%, travel - 9.5%, actors - 17%, props - 5%, editing - 11% & music composition/rights - 6%.
We are currently pooling together a passionate & talented group of artists to make this film a success. We have a modest budget but always strive for the highest standards possible! Help us create a cracking film.
This is not the first project from Stuart Walker Productions! Previous work includes 'Woyzeck' (UK Theatre Tour 2013-14). 'The Stage' review: "..a fine piece of rapid fire theatre which shocks as much as it entertains.."
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