Indiegogo/Rupturian-themovie crowd funding Your opportunty to appear as a background actor/actress
Using Indiegogo for crowd funding, Bernal Films started a campaign to produce a trailer / demo for the film “Rupturian”. As perk for the campaign, Bernal Films is giving the opportunity of being selected to appear as a background actor / actress.
According to Al Herrera, Bernal Films CEO, with the trailer investors will be able to appreciate the commercial potential of the film by the way it attracts audiences of all ages, from all over the world.
Something unique is that the promotional trailer is also the beginning of the story, so that by doing the trailer and the first scenes as a demo, Bernal Films is already working on the production of the feature film.
Rupturian is a good investment opportunity. It follows the pattern of highly successful Sci-Fi films in terms of story, exotic ambiances, worldwide general audiences, and since it doesn't have expensive scenes with space ships, robots, fights, car chasing, and the like, using the latest digital technologies it can be made with a low budget.
The duration of Rupturian will be around 2 hours. It is structured in four episodes of 1/2 hour, so that it can be shown as a TV miniseries.
Al Herrera says: “Marketing analysis shows that the Rupturian's profits will be high. It has the potential of becoming the next big hit in Sci-Fi, including a trilogy of movies, TV miniseries, video games and toys.”
As perks for participating in the campaign, Bernal Films is giving free books on the Rupturian theme, credits in the trailer and the film, dinners with the actors / actresses, the opportunity to win a trip to New York to attend the premier of the trailer, and most importantly, the opportunity of being selected to appear as a background actor / actress in the film.
For more information goto http://www.indiegogo.com/
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Bernal Films is a Division of SOA Legacy, a corporation of the State of New York. Profits from Bernal Films are given as donations to the Bernal Foundation, an organization that assists families that are affected by natural disasters (floods and earhquakes) in the south of Mexico and Central America, and to Latin Americans that reside in the USA, with scholarships and medical insurance.