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$259,789 pledged of $250,000 goal
By John Herzfeld
$259,789 pledged of $250,000 goal

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I want to thank every one of you who contributed to our campaign. I've never done anything like this before and it is very meaningful and overwhelming to have so many people reach out to us. So, from the bottom of my heart, thank you again for your support and generosity. I want to let you all know immediately that we are moving the campaign to Indiegogo - because a couple of people contributed more than 10 thousand dollars which caused 'an administrative glitch' for Kickstarter. We will have many of the same rewards on Indiegogo, and a couple of new ones! This will only be a 7 day campaign. Let's move forward and reach our goal together. If you have any questions, send us a message at All My Very Best, John

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New Interview

Take a look at this interview for

Thanks for the support guys!

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Visual Effects Update

Check out our sky replacement shot with visual effects supervisor, Jack Cloud, of Cloudesign.

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Thomas Jane on KTLA

Did you guys see @ThomasJane on @KTLAMorningNews today? He talked about the film and his character, Wolfie!

Here's the link:

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Hey guys, I'm going to provide you with some more post-updates along the way. 

I had a great spotting session with our composer, Brian Wayne Transeau (BT). This is when you sit and determine where the score is placed within the movie. He's done everything from 'Monster' to 'The Fast and the Furious.' 

You can check can check out his website... 

 and follow him on twitter: 

I showed him the movie months ago and he loved it and has already composed a theme. He has an extremely wide range of styles and this suits our many characters. I'm looking forward to getting this going as we're on the same page. The score is going to be fantastic. Sound Design is also hard at work. I believe a movie is only 55% done when principal photography is concluded. The score and SFX design make or break a film. We are marching ahead. 

- John