This is our, admittedly and somewhat purposefully, amateur-style introduction video for the Piranha project: an ambitious short film that focuses on the Banking Crisis through the prism of the 2011 England Riots.
To make this film happen, we are currently seeking crowdfunding via an IndieGoGo campaign (indiegogo.com/Piranha), so please WATCH the video, and if you like the idea (or we appeal to you), then please make a small contribution to our campaign, starting from as low as £5 ($10).
Every small contribution helps, and in return we will say Thank You personally, and through one of our many Perks. Your contribution will have helped us to create a film that has something important to say about our society and the ongoing social discords that have fractured it to pieces.
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Here is the Piranha synopsis:
Piranha is an upcoming short film that takes place during the 2011 England riots, but is set far away from the inner-city boroughs where the looters ran amok. Instead, on the penultimate day of the riots, we turn the spotlight onto the financial headquarters of the City, where slick businessmen and women march towards their offices, oblivious to the on-going violence. But as they prepare for the markets to open in large groups, they change clothes from designer suits into hooded tops, and a reckless ruthless rioter appears in all of them too, driven by adrenaline, greed and empowerment.