A struggling film company documents the onset of a zombie outbreak to gets hits and pay their rent.
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A struggling film company documents the onset of a zombie outbreak. After posting the first gory attacks, they are convinced they are going to be rich megastars, but Internet commenters describe the clips as “fake” and “unrealistic.” Determined to get hits by any means necessary, the production company enlists the help of a Zen priest, a soap opera actress, and a Hollywood stuntman to help them get the hits they need to survive.
How far would you go to get a viral video? Would you risk your own life? Would you risk a friend’s?
These are the dilemmas for the film crew in ZOMBIE BOUNTY HUNTER M.D.
We need to raise $5000 from September 1st – October 31st to pay for our final sound mix, submit to 25 film festivals, and cover travel and promotions at the festivals.
Our hope is to play 2-3 festivals before being released virtually. This is a realistic goal we believe we can achieve with your help.
If we reach our stretch goal of $10,000, we will be able to arrange a tour of the film at select theaters around the country.
All donaters will receive links and passwords prior to public launches via e-mail.
We have loads of fun stuff from original artwork by Violet Kim and director Pirooz Kalayeh (see above), full color posters featuring the artwork of JEFFREY BROWN (JEDI KNIGHT ACADEMY), autographed books by Zen priest and author BRAD WARNER, private virtual jam submissions by singer and guitarist KIRPATRICK THOMAS from rock band SPINDRIFT, digital downloads, unique flash drives, homemade Blu Ray and DVD copies of the film, pins, 666 handbags, and more…
Our hope is to gain recognition through a film festival release and word of mouth, so even if you can’t donate, please share the link or trailer, and comment on our videos.
Every little bit helps our film to be seen.
Every donator will receive a credit in the film and officially be a part of our virtual family. As we’ve found with our other releases, independent films are only possible because of the fans who support them.
They’re also less about popularity and fame, and more about the friendships and community we build supporting the arts and each other.
We’re grateful to be a part of this tradition and look forward to releasing the film and seeing you on tour to thank you in person.