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PRETTY FINE THINGS
From Ryan Scott Weber, the writer and director of the 'Mary Horror Trilogy comes the horror/suspense thriller 'Pretty Fine Things'! When the search for a missing girl turns up empty, her friends decide to take matters into their own hands, but what they encounter is much more than they bargained for.
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!
Be apart of Indie Horror history! We need your support to make this film. We will need the proper funding. We have a great cast and crew and want to add even more great people to the production. Here is a break down of what we need the funding for.
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WHAT WE NEED:
Production costs include equipment rental (nice cameras, lenses, lights, rigs, stands, sound board, mics), crew, location fees, insurance, transportation, food, support staff, props, actors and extras. Post-production costs include editing, color timing, sound engineering and mixing, composer, music recording, musicians, music rights, computers, hard drives and software.
*Better Equipment - We need to rent great professional equipment. It's all about production. If we can rent top of the line gear we can make the movie look top of the line. Cameras, Lights, Tripods, Sound Equipment and more. We need to rent a RED camera. They cost at its cheapest $5,000 plus to rent for a two month shoot as well as a lens that costs about $700-$1,000. We will also need to rent sound equipment which costs around $300-$500.
*Talent- We have some great top indie actors involved in the film already. We want to take it to another level and get well known named actors in some roles. Some need transportation, minimum pay for each day, and food.
*Crew- We need a great, experienced talented crew. Everything from production assistants, Director of Photography, Script Supervisor, Sound man, and Gaffer.
*Insurance- Insurance can be expensive. This could cost up to $1,000 alone. It's very Important to get locations that we want.
*Food- We need to keep our cast and crew happy with food. The more they eat the better they work!
*Props/ Wardrobe- We need all the props to tell the story right. Everything from glasses to furniture.
Special Effects- Horror films always require SPFX makeup. This is not cheap. Normally the equipment for a indie feature alone costs $1,000 plus. We want the best SPFX for this feature. There are some bloody bloody scenes.
ABOUT WEBER PICTURES COMPANY
Director/Writer Ryan Scott Weber has had his films spotlighted at the biggest Horror Convention on the east coast CHILLER THEATRE! All three of Weber's films have screened to a SOLD OUT crowd at CHILLER THEATRE and Weber has also be featured as a guest. The extension of what Weber has done in the last three years is extravagant. He has completed Three feature films for under 5,000 dollars, a TV series, and a short film. Imagine what can be done with this budget. We are ready to take Weber Pictures Company to the next step and make a film will a proper budget and make it the best film we can. Other conventions that Weber has been seen at are, Monster Mania, Philly Comic Con, BizarreAC, Parafest to name a few. Weber's second film "Sheriff Tom Vs. The Zombies" was also a selection of The NJHORRORFEST in New Jersey and MACABRE FAIRE FILM FESTIVAL in Long Island. "We are at a point now where we are ready to make something great" -Weber said about Pretty Fine Things.
ABOUT THE WRITER/DIRECTOR
RYAN SCOTT WEBER
Ryan Scott Weber (Born February 24, 1980) is an American film director, writer, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, actor, editor and musician. He shoots and produces many of his films in his native town of Bernardsville, New Jersey. Ryan began his interest in filmmaking at just 15 years old with an old VHS camcorder. Now, at the age of 34, he is the owner of Weber Pictures Company in New Jersey. Weber Pictures has produced three feature films, a short film and a TV Series to date. Even with the low budget Weber had to work with he has had Hollywood actors in his films. Some of the stars include, Patricia Quinn from Rocky Horror Picture Show and Jeffery Weismann from Back to the Future 2. Weber also plays the drums and has released two albums with the Trustkill Records band Crash Romeo in 2004 and 2008. For almost 15 years now he is still directing, editing, writing, producing, acting, drumming and shooting. Weber has a distinctive directorial style. He manages to make what look like big budget movies for little money. Weber’s first feature film, Mary Horror, was released in 2012 and the sequel Sheriff Tom Vs. The Zombies was completed in April 2013. The third film of the trilogy “Witches Blood” was just released in April 2014 Premiering at Chiller Theatre to a sold out crows. The TV series “Zombies Incorporated” is on its second season. Weber hope to stream it on one of the indie channels in 2014. Weber was named on his high school Wikipedia page as one of the notable graduates of his school. Other notable graduates include, Meryl Streep, J. Giles and Roger Bart.
BERNARDS HIGH SCHOOL WIKIPEDIA PAGE
NJ.COM/ STAR LEDGER ARTICLE
Weber is a strong supporter of independent film and the conventions that are involved in this surrounding. Weber and his crew have attended and ventured over twenty conventions in the last two years. He has build up a fan base for his films and his characters Sheriff Tom and Zeke the Zombie. Pretty Fine Things is Weber's first film that he is trying to get a larger budget for and is ready to take things to the next level.
CHILLER THEATRE (APRIL 2014)
PRETTY FINE THINGS (TEASER POSTER)
OTHER WEBER PICTURES COMPLETED PROJECTS:
WITCHES BLOOD (2014 POSTER)
Zombies Incorporated (SEASON ONE TV SHOW POSTER)
THE LEGEND OF ZEKE (SHORT FILM POSTER 2014)
SHERIFF TOM VS. THE ZOMBIES (2013 POSTER)
MARY HORROR (2012 POSTER)
Risks and challenges
When it comes to fulfillment, every project has potential obstacles, from production delays to permits to collaborator mishaps. There will be many challenges but have made 3 features already I feel I can over come all the obstacles in our way. We are ready to make the best film Weber Pictures Company has ever made.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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