A 10 year old tomboy must weigh her loyalty to her trusted older brother as she becomes complicit in a hate crime to win his affection.
A ten year-old tomboy must weigh her loyalty to her trusted older brother as she becomes complicit in a hate crime to win his affection.
(Click on the pink Bombshell icon above to watch a short video about the film)
Bombshell is writer/director Erin Sanger’s thesis film at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and the culmination of the skills she’s honed since coming to NYU.
A dedicated team of passionate filmmakers have come together to make this film. We’ve been through a lot with each other as we’ve spent the last four years working on each other's projects. Our complimentary skills combined gives Bombshell a unique edge.
What We Need & What You Get
Bombshell was awarded a competitive NYU Advanced Production Allotment. Only a fraction of films pitched receive this honor. This means that the school believes in our story and has chosen to give us access to its vast array of professional resources to bring this project to screen. The NYU allotment, however, can only go so far. We need your help to get us all of the way there.
As our abbreviated budget below demonstrates, filmmaking is an expensive medium.
Production Design: $1500
Camera/ G&E: $2000
Set Operations: $3300
Film Development & Processing: $3500
Your generosity will ensure that Bombshell will be the best film it can possibly be. This is your chance to foster the next generation of up-and-coming filmmakers, to be part of this creative process, and to help make what we believe will be a powerful film.
Bombshell will be submitted to numerous festivals worldwide.
Other Ways you Can Help
You can help us tremendously by spreading the word about Bombshell. Please repost this page on your Facebook, Twitter, Blog, etc.
Thank you so much for your time and consideration,
The Bombshell Team.
Video shot by Adam Gundersheimer, edited by Meagan Rodriguez, featuring Chloe Elaine Scharf.
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