Help!

So here’s the deal: the first weekend of June, 2015, four guys – Adam Davila, Nick Patterson, Eric Hoehn, and myself – went to Selma to film a short dramatic film called Four Thousand Wings.

After a few delays, that film is now finished, clocking in just shy of the 10-minute mark. We’re in the process of submitting to film festivals (and as any indie filmmaker will tell you, those fees add up.)

Our budget for this film was $0. Nothing. Nada. Zilch. Everything that made this film came out of our pockets – the equipment, camera, lenses, lights, food, hotel room, etc. We did not do a crowd-funding campaign. We sat down in pre-production meetings and figured out what we could do with what we had, and we came up with a way to tell this story.

We spent that June weekend filming, getting very little sleep, going on a bag of espresso, water, and bourbon.

The synopsis of Four Thousand Wings is this:

A connection to the past is confronted when William is awakened in his hotel room by a mysterious visitor who knows more than he should.

Here’s where the “help!” comes in:

We would like to submit our film to more festivals (I say “more” because we’ve already submitted to a few), and as mentioned above, those fees add up. And even after paying the fees, it’s still a gamble as to whether it will even be accepted or not, and when I say “gamble,” well… uh… you play Powerball, right? (Sometimes the odds appear very similar.)

a2265336785_16But I’m not just asking for money. I’m not setting up a GoFundMe or anything like that.

I’m simply asking you to download the 2-song Glorious 70mm score for the film, and pay what you want. If you want it for free, enter “0.” If you’ve got a couple of bucks laying around, enter “2.00.” If you want to give more, we’ll gladly take it.

Click here to download from Bandcamp.

In fact, that goes for all the Glorious 70mm releases. Name your price. If you’re broke, download it anyway, and enjoy the music. If you want to help out with film festival fees, we’d very much appreciate your help.

 

Also, you can catch a 30-second trailer for the film (hey, it’s a short film; the trailer can’t be that long) from Terrible Master Films:

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