Need a Talented Individual to assist with Social Media for Crowdfunding Campaign

So, as we begin our latest short, Casualty Films is looking for a PA to assist us with the promotion of the film with Social Media in support of the Crowdfunding Campaign (bonus if you’ve done an Indiegogo or Kickstarter!) We are looking for someone who has time to work with us as this is a micro budget film. However, we can give you a stipend which we will be happy to discuss when we met. So, if you have some Mad Skillz with FB, Twitter, Vines, Google+, Foursquare, etc. please reach out to us as we’d love to chat with you about your abilities and any ideas that you might have.

We are a small production company with a core group made up of a Director, Writer, DP and Editor who has successfully funded 2 previous projects with Crowdfunding (Traveling Through Life & The Brazilian Affair) which are now in Post and scheduled for World Premier’s this Summer.

Looking forward to talking soon.


Why Are Hollywood Films So Bad?

I’m sure that I’ll get bad-mouthed for posting this, why bother, right? Well, there is a very telling indicator why Hollywood Films are so bad. There’s absolutely no originality in Tinsel Town. For instance, let’s take One-Sheets (Movie Posters.) Now, I *love* One-Sheets and have some from the 50’s. They’re awesome. But now days, not so much. So, it’s time for show and tell! The following is just how little creativity there really is at the Studios. For your approval, I give you the 15 Over-Used Movie Poster Clich├ęs.

Do you ever feel like you’re seeing the same movie poster again and again? You probably are. They just recycle these designs:

If your film is a “big independent film” then go with that really loud yellow. This shows you’re a true maverick!z2011111301


A romantic comedy? Heck, have the Woman wear a red dress!z2011111302


For the ultra-dramatic back-shot, how about the tried and true lonely hero/vigilante silhouette? Bonus points for bad-assery if he’s wearing a hat!z2011111303

Got a horror flick that you want to scare the bejesus out of audience with? Then use the huge, looming eye as the go-to movie poster. Ooooooh, scary!!!z2011111304

Animals movie posters always use dark blue and have some thin, white text in capital letter. They’re typically seen in a profile shot or from the back. Don’t forget to put in a huge white moon too!z2011111305

What if your Film is about Justice and Law? Use the blindfold dude!z2011111306

It’s a Tom Cruise picture? No problem. A side shot of him. He’s got a great profile!z2011111307

A simple one, if your actors are brave and heroic then super impose text.z2011111308

Okay, what about a tough-love relationship? Piece of cake, just have them standing back to back!z2011111309

If your movie is really poignant and touching then just use the silhouette in front of the ocean while faces float in the clouds. Make sure to invoke those pastels too.z2011111310

If you see a black and white poster with a flaming red blasting out then you can bet it’s an action flick. Expect at the very least…5 explosions.z2011111311

But if it’s comic book-like, then use a high style with a weaponry focus combining black and white with red block text. Much more effective!z2011111312

The standard person running down the middle of a street should more than likely be blue. And it’s a safe bet that it’s a a thriller type of movie as well.z2011111313

Now don’t be hating on me because I’m a bit partial to this one. The poster is dominated by faces created out of elements of the film.z2011111314

And last but not least, SEX!!! Put some shapely, female legs spread in an upside down V and put your protagonist standing under them. Or staring at them. Point your guns at the bad guys through them. A myriad of gorgeous gams, just look at the endless possibilities!z2011111315

So, why are Hollywood films are so bad?