Thursday, November 01, 2007

Have Faith

YOUR FILM NEEDS YOU!... Thursday, October 25, 2007, 12:04 AM

We've fallen on hard times, here at P&R Towers, and are in a bit of a sticky situation. To put it bluntly, we've run out of money. This latest obstacle is one we will overcome, but we need your help! For more info, check out our page HERE.......

We're fully dedicated to completing this exciting project, and realise that you've been kept waiting for so long already, so we need to press on and raise our completion funds as soon as possible.

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far! You will all receive special thanks in the film's credits if we reach our goal within the allotted time frame.

Currently, to reach our goal, we need a further 990 pledges of $20.00, or 495 pledges of $40.00, or 330 pledges of $60.00 - A very realistic achievement when you put it into perspective.

So if you haven't already made a pledge or passed the link around to as many people as you can, please do so NOW! We won't let you down.

Your help is gratefully received.

Yours lying in state,

Luke "Jeff Garlin" Morgan-Rowe,
Producer by virtue of a drunken bet.
"Payne & Redemption seems very ambitious and impressive. Good luck with your project! Looking forward to seeing it." - Sam Lake, creator of Max Payne & writer of the Max Payne videogames.

Taken from the production blog of Max Payne: Payne and Redemption.

You see? Even the big boys up on "film magic hill" hit a snag from time to time. this film has been in production for nearly three years now and is estimated to be only 17 mins long; my film has been in production for a little over a year now and is estimated to be 45-60mins long and possibly will even be finished before theirs.

Don't give up hope people, these things happen - directors hit snags all the time. It's how and when you overcome them that determines the success of your project.

With that being said and this real-life example being given, keep hope alive for K. Sheppard's YOUth - Coming Soon.

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