What is "Exposed"?
Exposed is a short film that follows Daniel Bridges, a man who's a little rough around the edges. Upon arriving to pick up his son Sammy for the weekend, he finds himself at the mercy of his ex-wife Kimberly, a mentally unstable woman because of her history of drug abuse and alcoholism. In an escalating fight for their son Sammy, Kim acts desperately to keep him in the trenches of her misery. What should be a simple task becomes a life-and-death struggle.
We are aiming to raise [at least] $1000 for the production of this film. Your donations will be going towards Camera Equipment (lenses, filters, the actual camera), Lighting Equipment (lights, reflectors, stands, various cinematography needs), Renting of Locations, Casting, Promotional Materials (posters, DVD's, photographs), Additional Production Costs (food, transportation), and of course, Film Festival Submission Fees. Any amount from $1 to $1000 will help us to complete this project.
Making It Possible
For any questions or more information regarding this project, please contact Kasey Lubin (Producer) at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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OF COURSE! Kickstarter allows donations to be accepted well after the goal is reached, and we would be absolutely grateful for anyone who continues to donate. Not only would it help us achieve an even better film, but it would allow us to reach even further in our vision to make this production a success
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