A woman is approached by a stranger with all of her dead husband's memories -- and emotions.
All I Think of is You inhabits the same elevated genre of thoughtful and thought-provoking science fiction as Pi, Primer, Moon, and Never Let Me Go. The story involves a woman approached by a stranger claiming to be her dead husband -- and who has all of her husband's memories and emotions. Theirs is a world where it's now possible for thoughts and memories to be encoded, downloaded, copied, and deleted. A world where it's no longer clear whether people are driving technology or whether technology is driving people. A world that, in the tradition of the most riveting scifi, reflects our own. You can read the first four pages of the script here.
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It’s been said it takes an army to make a film. Or at the very least, a crack commando unit comprised of elite specialists. I've already secured certain key crew members, and I'll be telling you more about them in the coming weeks. Unfortunately, this motley crew needs to eat. They'll be fed on location, at various locations, surrounded by props, costumes, and all the various camera, lighting and audio equipment. This is where the budget comes in.
$2,500 is the starting point. The more I'm able to raise, the higher the production value and the further this film will go. I have every intention of getting this film in front of as many people as possible, through networking with industry contacts and submitting to as many festivals as I can afford. If I raise enough money, I might actually be able to pay the cast and crew with more than pizza and my, um, winning smile.
I want to thank you in advance for your generosity and support. If this film wins any major awards, I promise to thank each and every one of you on stage, even if it means screaming over the swell of the orchestra.
- (45 days)