Funding Needed for Canadian Bully Film
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Dec. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Independent filmmaker and writer Patrick Langille is working on a film to be shot in his home town of River John, Nova Scotia. The film concerns a bullied sixth grader taking on his school's biggest bully in a revenge styled fantasy. The movie will parody both children's entertainment and classic revenge movies of the 80's and 90's. As of now it is not looking like some kid friendly Nicolodeon movie, not to say it will be a gritty unpleasent movie either. On the campaign site RocketHub (http://www.rockethub.com/projects/12363-fund-canadian-bully-comedy) he is asking for $5,000 in donations to help the project get some head way. There are rewards for the those who can spare some cash, everything from concept art, posters, to even a part in the movie itself. You can also contact him on the site as well with any questions you might have about this project. This is not his first time behind camera, he also made a short while in college in Halifax, Nova Scotia entitled: "High School Shooting: The Musical", a parody of High School Musical among other musicals.
This is a low budget production, the estimated budget will be approx.$20,000 and will be a dream come true for any young filmmaker. You can also watch a video promoting the film at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3f1hSE-RIo. In the video you will see photos of the town that will be used for filming and what the money donated gets used for. The working title as of now is "Children in Danger."
Media Contact: Patrick Langille, Langille Films, (902)579-2438, firstname.lastname@example.org
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