A man comes back to Memphis in hopes of making films.
Piano Man Pictures' latest project is a forty-five minute film. A man that comes back to Memphis in hopes of making films with a local production company, only to face pretentiousness, shyness, paranoia, racism, and apathy.
Pardon the vague description of the film, but at this stage, we're trying to be very protective of the material.
Some festivals would classify this as a feature film. As such, it will be our first project this large.
90% of our budget is made up of feeding our people, transportation, location fees, lens rentals, and art department costs. The other ten percent is for a contingency fund in case anything goes wrong. For all of that to be right at $2,000, all of the people working on this will not get paid, devoting hours of their time everyday to the project from now until early next year, because they believe in it. Any additional dollars we raise will go into festival fees, so don't be scared to donate once we've reached our goal!
Director: Chad Barton
Writers and Executive Producers: David Arocho and Chad Barton
Producers: Shelby Baldock, Eric Tate, Joey Carr
Assistant Director/ Production Manager: Joey Carr
Production Designer: Chad Irwin
Cinematographer: Shelby Baldock
Assistant Camera: Patrick Churvis
Production Sound Mixer: Robert Rowan
Location Manager (Extraordinaire): Eric Huber
Eric Tate (The Poor and Hungry 2000)
Ron Gephart (Lovely by Surprise 2007)
Aaron Ivory (I Can't Turn It Off 2010)
Charlie Metz (Solitary Metz 2011)
Markus Seaberry (The Conversion 2009)
Don Meyers (Savage County 2010)
More to Come...
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