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Grandma Werewolf is our first feature film! It's about a family that goes to their recently widowed grandmother's cabin for Thanksgiving. There they find out that their grandmother is actually a werewolf. Without Grandpa around to stop her, the family must put aside their problems, learn magic, and steal a silver sword to subdue the Grandma Werewolf!
Our awesome team is ready to make this awesome movie!
Zachary Will Writer/Director
Zachary Will has worked on hundreds of productions including two TV series and videos for companies like Home Depot, Sears, Six Flags, WebMD, The Atlanta Braves and more. Grandma Werewolf is his second Feature script and already has ideas for many movies to come.
Despite Grandma Werewolf being his first feature film, Zach has plenty of directing experience. He's directed over 40 short films which are available on his youtube channel, Riverside Studios.
Cliff Shorey Director of Photography
Cliff Shorey is a professional cinematographer who has recently completed his feature documentary Love hears. He has also worked on great projects with familiar companies like Lifetime, NFL Films, and more. Cliff is constantly learning new tips and tricks that will visually set this project apart from the rest.
Rafael Malaret Editor
Rafael is a video editor with experience working on all kinds of projects such as films, commercials, music videos, and documentaries. This is his second feature length project, he is currently working on a feature-length documentary called Love Hears.
James Stacey First Assistant Director
James Stacey has had a love of films and a desire to entertain from a young age and was soon known for making short films with his friends whenever they would get together. That passion followed him as he grew older until he decided to quit his current job and make a career out of working in the film industry. He attended Full Sail University to study Film and during that time was given the opportunity to write and direct several short films with his classmates including "Synesthesia", "When You See Something That Isn't There", and "Bobblehead".
Austin Piedra Production Designer
Austin “Chonny” Piedra is an accomplished digital artist and filmmaker living and working in the Atlanta area, whose work has ranged from concept art and storyboarding to production design. With a love for entertainment, and a passion for musicals and staged theater, Chonny’s imaginative and bold visual style has attracted attention from critics and industry professionals alike.
William Hirsch Sound Mixer
Will is an industry working sound mixer with a mixture of experience in TV and corporate videos.
Olivia Kristin BTS Photographer
Olivia from Livvy Kristin Photography. Probably the only girl on set.
David Flotte First Assistant Camera
Dave is a professional 1st AC, photographer, and all around cool dude.
Liam Fox O'Brien Composer
LIAM FOX O'BRIEN is a composer, musician and music supervisor known for Soledad (2015). Liam has a background in rock music with his act The Scare who signed with EMI Australia in 2006. After 2 albums and half a decade of touring, Liam went on to study music production at SAE Institute where he was awarded the Ambassador Scholarship in 2012. His early film and commercial work makes use of custom synthesized sounds and sample-based instruments as well as live guitar and percussion.
Liam also composed the score for the Promo video.
Patrick O'Rourke Production Assistant
Patrick is a Production Assistant on Grandma Werewolf. He's our right hand man. The film would never get made without him.
- $2,000 Food and Catering for the Cast & Crew (who are working for free)
- $1,000 Rewards
Additional funds will go towards props ($1000), travel ($1000), renting out a house for cast/crew to stay at (also to film at), additional equipment, and post-production/distribution costs.
We need your help to make this project happen!
If you can't help us out financially, consider sharing our project with your friends and family. #GrandmaWerewolf.
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Risks and challenges
Every film is hard to create. The largest problem that we face is working around people's schedules. Being a passion project for those involved, often times paid work comes first. This is can make it difficult to plan out the movie.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
- (30 days)