"Up-and-coming ghost story vlogger, Christina, takes a day to view an Arizona bordertown's most iconic and generous landmarks while waiting for her co-host to arrive to investigate a ghost sighting at a historic hotel. Being encouraged by her subscribers to visit nearby places beforehand, like The Lady of Shrine, San Pedro River, and Tombstone's famous O.K. Corral, she gives in and goes live on YouTube. But when a presence follows her while on camera, she begins to wonder if this is all in her imagination or a giant set up by a deranged subscriber." COPYRIGHTED 2019 © 

 

 

Looking to act in the film? Production assistant? Interested in donating in return for credit &/or ROI? More info provided at the bottom of the page.

Format

Feature Film; Approximately

40-50 minutes in length.

Genre

Horror-Thriller

English.

Where

Arizona - Sierra Vista, Bisbee; Mexico -- Naco.

When

Audtions May; Rehersals June; Filmming July 

The following visuals represent the feel, tone, and mood we are planning to achieve.

The following locations will be used during filming -- pictures taken by writer/director.

Preliminary/sample storyboard for opening scenes

Looking to join our film crew and work as a production assistant? PA will be needed for 2 days of shooting, one rehersal, and one prodction meeting. Pay will be low, but it's PAID, and will be based on experience. Meals, copy, and credit will be given. Transportation will be available. MUST have a valid Driver's License. Contact Jacob: jacobnstuart@screenwritingstaffing.

Jacob N. Stuart is the writer, director, and producer of SUBSCRIBER. Jacob is an award-winning and produced screenwriter and filmmaker. His films have been screened in theaters across the world, & distributed traditionally through DVD/Blu Ray. He currently

has 3 films on VOD, 2 of them on Amazon. Jacob has a long history of film festival success, with over 50 film festival appearances, winning nearly 10 of them. He is the Founder of Screenwriting Staffing & a graduate of The Los Angeles Film School.  He has taught screenwriting professionally and has spoken on film/writing panels across the country.

 

SUBSCRIBER will be shot entirely on a Samsung Galaxy 10+ using anamorphic lenses, a gimbal, video rig, lavalier and zoom H4N, while being edited in Adobe Premier. Mobile filmmaking has picked up popularity over the years, with successful films such as UNSANE, TANGERINE, & AND UNEASY LIES THE MIND, all shot on a cell phone.

Long-term goals: Use this film to raise capital for another feature-length film, shot locally.

Short-term goals: Shoot a high-quality feature using a limited amount of cast and locations. Once completed, the feature will be submitted to top film festivals. Upon festival success, we plan to acquire distribution.

Right now: The feature is already funded. However, we are still seeking additional funds to increase production value.

Are you looking for IMDb and/or on-screen credit? Consider DONATING to our film. Looking to make a profit? Consider INVESTING in our film. While our film already has financing secured, additional funds help increase value and relay our message.

CREDIT: SPECIAL THANKS -- $25 donation gives you "special thanks" credit on IMDb, screen credit, and other promotional material. You are also invited to film premieres (at your own expense). 

CREDIT: PRODUCTION STAFF -- $75 donation gives you "production staff" credit on IMDb, screen credit, and other promotional material. You are also invited to film premieres (at your own expense). 

CREDIT: ASSOCIATE PRODUCER -- $150 donation gives you "associate producer" credit on IMDb, screen credit, and other promotional material. You are also invited to film premieres and on-set (at your own expense). 

CREDIT: CO-PRODUCER -- $250 donation gives you "co producer" credit on IMDb, screen credit, and other promotional material. You are also invited to film premieres and on-set (at your own expense). You will also be invited to rehearsals and production meetings.

CREDIT: EXECUTIVE PRODUCER -- $500 donation entitles you to 15% of all net profits earned. Donation also gives you "executive producer" credit on IMDb, screen credit, and other promotional material. You are also invited to film premieres and on-set (at your own expense). You will also be invited to rehearsals and production meetings.

DISCLAIMER & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This plan has been submitted by Jacob N. Stuart to recipient solely for the purpose of evaluating potential donations by said recipient and the information contained herein are provided solely for the purpose of acquainting the reader with SUBSCRIBER. This business plan does not constitute or to sell securities. All information  herein will be treated as confidential material.

Everyone who donates and/or invests IS invited to all festival and public appearances Production will not cover expenses on travel, lodging, and ticket prices. Everyone who donates will receive adequate exposure on everything related to the film. Those who donate will be kept up-to-date on all production details.

In the event the film does not get produced, everyone who donated will receive their funds back via the method they paid. Production has 12 months to begin shooting, and 1  1/2 years to finish project. Production does expect to start filming this summer and start submitting to film festivals late Fall.

By donating, you understand that films change -- this include location, story, actors, crew, just to name a few. While I'll goal is to stick with everything listed in the business plan, you agree changes may be made.

For EXECUTIVE PRODUCERSFilm profits are generated in a multitude of ways including: winning in film festivals, the sale of the film to a distribution company or major studio, foreign sales, domestic sales, ticket sales, video-on-demand agreements, online streaming sales, merchandise, and more. Distribution can be sold to specific markets, such as North America (USA, Mexico and Canada) and then broken into other regional markets or sold on a worldwide scale. In most cases, the bulk of a film’s profits are realized when the film is sold to a film distributor. It is the distributor’s job to market, promote, and release to the general public. 

A budget breakdown and expenses will be sent to executive producers.

For additional questions or comments please email Jacob directly: jacobnstuart@screenwritingstaffing.com. Don't want to donate/invest via pay pal? No problem. Contact us for other ways to pay.

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