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WORST FRIENDS was successfully funded and shot in August, 2010.  The finished film was picked up for distribution by Level 33 Entertainment and released in North America on November 4, 2014 through video-on-demand and DVD.
WORST FRIENDS was successfully funded and shot in August, 2010.  The finished film was picked up for distribution by Level 33 Entertainment and released in North America on November 4, 2014 through video-on-demand and DVD.
126 backers pledged $17,000 to help bring this project to life.

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    A special thanks in the film's end credits.

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    A "Worst Friends" digital poster and a special thanks in the film's end credits.

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    A DVD copy of funny outtakes and bloopers, a "Worst Friends" digital poster, and a special thanks in the film's end credits.

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    A "Worst Friends" poster signed by some of the cast and crew, a DVD copy of funny outtakes and bloopers, and a special thanks in the film's end credits.

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    Shortly after filming you will have access to the preview trailer and three clips from the finished movie, a "Worst Friends" poster signed by some of the cast and crew, a DVD copy of funny outtakes and bloopers, and a special thanks in the film's end credits.

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    An invite +1 to a private screening of the movie in the NYC/Metropolitan area and all of the rewards listed above.

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    A leather-bound photo album of behind the scenes photographs, an invite +1 to a private screening of the movie in the NYC/Metropolitan area and all of the rewards listed above.

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    A title card in the film's end credits as Associate Producer and all of the rewards listed above.

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    A solo title card in the film's opening credits listing you as Executive Producer and all of the rewards listed above.

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