We all know how 80’s horror movies start; with a babysitter and a little boy alone in a house. Are things that go bump in the night the imagination of a scared little boy, or is someone or something in the house with them?
So where does the money go?
Let's face it, shooting a movie isn't cheap. We are looking to raise a MINIMUM of $1200 to aid us in purchasing the following items to help with the production of the film. Any funds above this amount will allow us to shoot on better quality cameras and aid in other miscellaneous expenses.
- Food for 16 people $100
- Props and wardrobe $200
- Special Effects Make Up $300
- FS700 and Lenses Rental $600
- Gas for our cast and crew Any Additional Funds
These films are an example of what we have been able to accomplish with your help.
STRETCH GOALS ANNOUNCED
Risks and challenges
When making a short film, there is always risks and challenges. For instance, we are not able so send out the DVD copies of our feature film, The Hanover House, until our distribution deal is finalized later this month. The incentives are still being sent out, just not as quickly as we had hoped.
Fortunately, when creating a short film, you do not have things like distribution deals to keep you from delivering your product. We have to deliver to Damnationland by October 1, 2014. Our film with then premiere at the State Theatre in Portland, ME in mid October before screening at several other venues around the state throughout the month. DVDs will be pressed during that time and shipped the first week of November.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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