PRLog - Oct. 26, 2012 - Top Vampire Movies:
"Requiem for the Night" an independent film project that has a new and unique take on the vampire mythos, is moving forward. It now has letters of interest from:
● Ami Weinberg (http://www.imdb.com/
● Alon Dahan (http://www.imdb.com/
● Oded Menaster (“The Golden Pomegranate“, “Like a Fish Out of Water“)
● Shlomit Mandel (German director, Maria Schrader’s “Liebesleben“)
● Yinon Sapir (Adam Sandler’s “You Don’t Mess With the Zohan” )
The project is headed up by Israeli director, Will Blesch who noted, “We’re very excited that we’ve begun getting serious interest from fine, talented actors like Ami Weinberg, Alon Dahan and the rest. We’re moving forward on many different fronts, and this is one area we’re really happy with at the moment.”
Just one avenue through which the project is raising some initial funds is a crowdfunding campaign that can be found at:
Funds garnered from the crowdfunding campaign will go toward development expenses.
A pitch video for the project entitled, Top Vampire Movies: Ours Needs Your Help can be seen here:
Mr. Blesch also said: “Right now we’re in the process of looking for a business partner (or partners). We have a number of businessmen we’re talking to, but we’d like to invite business people, entertainment attorneys etc. with an interest in the arts to contact us. We’re not just looking for private investors for this vampire film (http://www.indiegogo.com/
Let’s give the vampire genre a kick in the ass and show the world that our blood suckers come from a place viewers have never been before.”
For more information on the project, or to speak with a production official, please send an e-mail to: OverseerOfMinions@
Will Blesch is writer, director and consultant with more than 10 years of experience in the commercial film world. He has consulted and written for numerous companies and organizations in the United States, in the U.K. and in Israel, helping them write text for their sites, print media, and radio & television ads.
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