This is Veon Prism Media's proof of concept trailer for our upcoming feature length Indies film which will be called That One Amazing Movie. What you see currently is only a proof of concept. This is designed only to give you a practical idea where exactly we're heading with the project. Many things such as the animations, voice acting and other minor technical details will vastly be improved in the final version. We seek funding to be able to fully produce this film. We have currently produced three other successful projects, which are Sass girls X which is a novella that can be ordered on Amazon.com, Freedom man 2027 which is our first animated short film which can be found online and lastly a trailer for our last 2 hrs long feature film, which is called This Is Yagidal. While all our projects did exceptionally well, our projects aren't as polished as we hope them to be. Therefore, we seek any potential investors who'd like to be involved in raising capital to help us produce this film fully.
About the movie:
That One Amazing Movie is a unusual hybrid movie as it combines digital CGI animation with live action. But however, unlike most standard films, its not a movie which has CGI in a live action film, rather its like two different art style combined. Imagine a live action movie combined with a Pixar flick. The main actors go into cyberspace and become digitalized anime-style versions of themselves like avatar and the whole environment around them is digital as well. This 3D movie has never been done before as it combines two different worlds in the same film. We are very certain there's a market who'd be interested in such a unusual film.
That One Amazing Movie is a tongue n cheek action comedy about three tech junkies who invented their own makeshift virtual reality headset called the Hyper Mental Homeboy. On the edge of desperation, the three guys, Melvin, Steve and Drew aim to sell their device at a prestigious all tech trade show called Ultimate ITS 3. Things get complicated when three arrogant and sophisticated supermodels enter their lives and asks for their computer whiz skills to hack into the super media corporation, which runs today's media--Stereotype Media. Having bad history concerning the opposite sex and people in general, the boys must now use virtual reality to hack into cyberspace and fight against the forces of Stereotype Media and the ultimate AI life force ever created....Yuna. Will the guys get laid or will they get the ultimate pay?
That One Amazing Movie is target towards the males and females in the 19-33 age range more specifically those who enjoy gaming, virtual reality and the Japanese/Far Eastern culture as this movie has a lot of homage to Anime back in the early 90s and 80s. We believe this will sell well, as there is a huge market globally who's looking for something that is original, unique and has deeper messages. The device Oculus Rift s a real virtual reality headset and its gaining popularity quickly, therefore this movie that's about virtual reality could very well be a reality in the near future.
We aim to raise three million to produce this film. We realize for some 3 million is a lot, while for others 3 million for a movie is relatively cheap. But however we have figured out ways of getting a high quality product made for a reasonable budget. The majority of the film will be shot in Hickory North Carolina, while another half in Costa Mesa California and the remaining is completely digital. The capital will be used for props, actors, camera crew, high end voice actors and CGI. The script is already completed and we are in talks with professional high quality voice actress Michelle Ruff to do the voices for Yuna and Nakiesha Li. Michelle Ruff has done a lot of famous Anime games and shows as she is well known.
Imari Stevenson who is the owner, producer and director of Veon Prism Media can be reached at his e-mail, which is at email@example.com. Please contact him for further information and a business plan.
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