15% Funded

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Target: €3000

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€450 Raised

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10 Funders

The Corridor

By Simon Devir

description

The Corridor is a short psychological ‘noir’ type thriller. Dom is a thirtysomething guy with a comfortable and carefree existence. An event takes place where he has to re-evaluate everything in his life. His conscience is playing chaos with his mind, but does he know the truth?

This is a script written by Simon Devir, a Dublin based Photographer and Film-Maker. This is your chance folks, to have your shot at becoming the next Jerry Bruckheimer. We need some funds to get this little gem of an idea up on a screen, and to make this thriller in my head a reality!  I am shooting the movie myself, on a digital slr (canon 7D) and will have the movie completed by the end of April 2012.

We are currently talking to actors who are very interested in the script, and have secured an editor with years of experience. If successful on Fund it, half the funds will be used for a proper sound mix and colour grading, and the other will be used to submit the film to festivals. This script is inspired by the kind of movies I love to go and see. You watch, you put some of the pieces together in your head, and the puzzle comes together. Let’s get this puzzle started.

As a Producer, I have made corporate films for the marketing department of Microsoft, the most recent being the launch of HALO in Dublin.
As a Director,  I have directed commercials for the Irish and UK market, shot corporate videos for various design agencies and made title sequence designs for advertising agencies in Dublin. I am currently working on a feature film screen play.

Thank you so much for your support.

Simon Devir

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