A lonely young man receives a mysterious package from a delivery man who looks identical to him.
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“I” is an upcoming American independent film directed and written by JR Jordan. “I” is produced by the Husband /Wife team of JR and Misty Jordan. It is the first feature length film from Stoney Indian Films and marks a growing period in the company. It is set to be released in the summer of 2013 both as a feature length film and as a web series.
The story begins here:
A lonely young man receives a mysterious package from a delivery man who looks identical to him. Upon opening the package he discovers a strange pair of glasses with a letter saying they are from his deceased father. He puts the glasses on and they turn into a TIME MACHINE, transporting him to the day before where he sees HIMSELF! Two Identical men with identical machines must now decide what to do with this incredible situation. “I” is a story of a young man’s growth through life as he struggles with the lunacy of time travel and all of its quirks. He encounters many copies of himself in a story of love, betrayal and ultimate tragedy.
Risks and challenges
Although we have excellent talent and an experienced crew lined up, there will still be scheduling challenges. Locations need to be scheduled as well as cast and crew.
One of the biggest challenges would be finding and acquiring appropriate locations or figuring out how to recreate them digitally. Digital sets and digital 3d models for effects can be costly and time consuming to recreate. Locations have to be able to provide space for crew and equipment. Insurance and safety need to be considered as well. In a current example from this project there is a scene from the movie which takes place in an old western town. We have found a dedicated set expressly made for filming about an hour out of town and it is priced affordably. It provides everything we need to make a good movie away from the public, noise and traffic.
We own most of the production equipment which keeps rental cost down, but there is always a learning curve with new equipment and sometimes things just dont work as expected. Fortunately we have many years experience and skill in solving problems at live events which will transfer over to this project.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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