Ambitious "Extra Time" Film Project Offers Dazzle

Indiegogo push will fund production and casting of movie

 

London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/10/2014 -- “Dr. Who” and “The Omega Factor” London-born actress Louise Jameson will co-star with Charlie Ross in trendy time-travel theme film. Jameson, with almost translucent pale blue eyes, is a graduate of and associate member of RADA. Ross, a stand up comedian/writer and actor also has prior projects to his credit. The production is a work of producer/writer Mark Lever, who has a Broadcast degree from the University of Portsmouth. His freelance film career includes a web series and a short film. The upcoming project will fuse two of his great loves: football and time travel. Experienced film director, Gary Thomas, has 10 shorts to his credit, including several funded by the Arts Council. He raised funding for his split film installation which received inspiration from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. He received an award from the London Olympic Committee for that work.

As collaborators, the men have worked on two web series, a music video and two shorts. Mark Lever serves as a writer of the forthcoming project. Ross will also play a key role. Their time-travel element will be a fresh new twist to the idea of moving across time barriers.

Not only does the film have the word “extra” in its title, it will include many extras that moviegoers appreciate, such as special effects.

Perks for contributors range from a digital version of the film, a promo art postcard, photo stills, the opportunity to be an extra in the production, attendance to the screening and others.

The success of this campaign will help bring the film project to production.

Crowdfunding

In support of its Crowdfunding campaign, is committed to:

-Securing quality technical crew members who can add special effects, handle lighting and sound production
-Obtaining top-shelf casts members and a stunt crew. 27 extras are needed to play the role of football players
-Securing quality scenery, including football fields, etc.
-Producing the short film
-Submitting the film to film festivals
-Delivering all promised perks to reward supporters of the campaign

Crowdsourcing
The Indiegogo campaign’s initial goal of 8000 is currently active and runs through June 30, 2014 at 11:59 Pacific Time. Full details about the Indiegogo campaign including sponsorship and involvement levels can be found at: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/extra-time-short-film.

Media Contact:
[Mark Lever]
[07739084051]
[mark.lever@myport.ac.uk]