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Sep 9, 2015 7:32 EST

The Confession: A confession is coming and it’s not what you expect.

iCrowdNewswire - Sep 9, 2015

THE CONFESSION

Jacob just spent the night at Ellen’s for the first time. The still-new couple wanders into Brooklyn the next morning, to hang out. Jacob acts strange. Ellen wonders why. A confession is coming. And it’s not what you expect.
About the project

On an artistic level, we’re making this film as a means of exploring a very relateable and human thing that happens early in budding romances. We can’t tell you much more without spoiling The Confession. It’s a very short film about a conversation that almost all of us have had at one point or another in life, but that we rarely discuss publicly.

We’re also looking to experiment, on a small scale, with a speedier and more on-demand way of delivering directly to our audience. The idea is to give them some good entertainment in exchange for the means of crafting a story (and paying our collaborators a nominal wage for getting the work done well and quickly)!

All together, we have to confess that we really like you — and want to work for you again.

 

Synopsis

Jacob just spent the night at Ellen’s for the first time. The next morning, the still-new couple wanders out into Brooklyn to hang out. Jacob’s acting strange. Ellen wonders why.
A confession is coming. And it’s not what you expect.
Schedule

Sunday, September 20, 2015 to Friday, November 20, 2015
Distribution plan

The Confession will debut on the blog of Writer/Executive Producer Michael DiBiasio (mdibiasio.com) before the end of the year. Following this premiere, we may also submit it to film festivals.

Amount you want to raise on Seed&Spark:

2 000
Log Line

Certain secrets hold the potential to alter Ellen and Jacob’s new and blossoming romance in permanent ways.

ABOUT THIS TEAM

Michael DiBiasio (Writer/Executive Producer): Michael DiBiasio is a Writer and Filmmaker who isn’t afraid of the dirty work. He also blogs frequently and existentially at mdibiasio.com and hosts the #CoffeeWithCreatives podcast. He told everyone else to send him a two-sentence bio but is using this third sentence to tell you to sign up for the email list for his feature film, The Videoblogs.

Jaclyn Gramigna (Director/Producer): Jaclyn Gramigna is a filmmaker who likes to make people laugh by testing the limits of their comfort zone. She’s also an avid home cook and sometimes musician who lets her freak flag fly. jaclyngramigna.com

Rebecca De Ornelas (Lead Actress/Creative Producer) just is.

Robert Lowry (Co-Producer): Brooklyn College senior. Pizza enthusiast.

Alex Hollock (Cameraman/Actor): Alex Hollock is an Actor who loves to be in front and behind the camera. You could call him “film-curious.”Twitter.com/alexhollock for updates

Contact Information:

Michael DiBiasio

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