Monday, January 27, 2014

Returning Quality to the Silver Screen

So many people complain about the quality of film and television, yet they continue to do nothing to make the needed changes in the industry. If you settle for the lesser of the available evils, you are still supporting bad entertainment.

Independent film makers have alternatives to the remakes, sequels, and rehashes. Digital advances in distribution give them the ability to support theatrical releases; thereby raising their profitability margin. They have the ability to produce quality projects. What they don’t have is the support of investors and lenders to make their projects a reality.

Never Can Say Good-bye is about having a second chance to make different decisions. It has the right message of hope at the right time. Due to the diversity of the cast and crew, it still qualities as a low budget film. A lower budget combined with a recognizable cast increases the profitability potential. In addition, the budget includes enough P & A to support 500 screens for two weeks; after which production team will decide if it will continue to self distribute or see a partnership with a distributor. Executive Producer, Theresa Chaze, has already gained the interest of three theatre chains. It will be very easy to get the 500 screens.

Like so many films, Never Can Say Good-bye’s biggest hurtle is funding. Unlike most studio films, the production team will be innovative with the production challenges, which will enhance the value of the each dollar spent during the production, post production, and the marketing of Never Can Say Good-bye. The paperwork to grandfather in Never Can Say Good-bye into Section 181 of the Jobs Act has already been completed. This is federal tax deduction gives investors a K-1 deduction equal to 100% of their investment in the production costs. Additionally, Never Can Say Good-bye LLC will be applying for and expects to be approved for the Michigan’s Film Incentive program.

It also needs the male lead. Initially Adrian Paul agreed to portray the role of Michael, but his LOI has expired. Although we are still considering him and he is listed in our presentations, we have opened up the role to other actors. We are also considering, but have not yet spoke with: Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Robby Benson.

Michael is a 45-50 year old man, who is an author and professor, but he looks more like a lumberjack. He has been looking for his twin flame for his entire life. When he moves to Coyote Springs, he thinks he has found her. But when his true twin flame appears, he realizes that he made the same horrible mistake. He must choose between reclaiming his lost love and seeking to revenge for murder of his son.

To learn more about what we need and what we are offering please go to our website at!page2/cjg9 

  " Instant Karma is going to get you."
                                       John Lennon
Have you ever met someone and suddenly  felt love or hate? Yet for the life of you couldn't remember  them.  Would you want to  remember? Would you want to know if it could save  your life?

Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal thriller  feature film with the  logline love and hate survives death like our Facebook page: Courage isn't the lack of fear, but the ability to set it aside and  focus on what is truly important

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