Taylor Love, asst. prod.
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Taylor Love, asst. prod.
Casting "Violets Are Red," a horror film. A popular sorority girl held hostage by a mysterious woman has only 88 minutes to figure out who her captor is, or die. Note: This is a Kickstarter campaign. Any actor who submits to this role will be given consideration, regardless of his or her participation in the Kickstarter campaign.
Company states: "All backers will be included in a private audition the day before the open audition as time permits."
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Rehearses and shoots late Spring 2014 in NYC.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Compensation details TBD. Producers plan to apply for a SAG Agreement.
Zohar Films Turns to Kickstarter to Find the Next Big Horror Film Star
Hollywood screenwriter Mylo Carbia, announced this morning that the company has launched its first Kickstarter Campaign to raise the last $100,000 needed to produce their latest horror flick “Violets are Red” and vows to cast seven unknown actors – including two female leads – in return.
“This project is still in early development but if we finish raising our budget now, we are confident we can get this movie in the can by Summer 2014 in preparation for a potential theatrical release during Halloween 2015,” said Carbia to reporters this morning.
What makes this production unique for Zohar Films is that the company – who usually develops projects aimed at Hollywood A-listers – pledges to only cast incredibly talented but unknown actors for this particular film.
“Kickstarter is about giving the power back to the people and we felt it was important to honor that spirit by giving unknown actors a real chance at being seen by Hollywood,” said Carbia. “Once we go into pre-production, we will send all of our Kickstarter backers detailed information about upcoming auditions before it goes public.”
Kickstarter rewards for this project range from a $25 donation that gets your name listed in the closing credits of the movie to a $10,000 co-executive producer credit with 6 tickets to the movie premiere and after party.
Carbia said the upcoming horror film – which is about a sorority girl held hostage by a mysterious woman who gives her only 88 minutes to figure our her identity – will be written and directed by Carbia herself and employ 25-40 talented people in need of work in the New York City area.
To donate $1 or more to the “Violets Are Red” project please visit http://kck.st/1bI5mbY
ABOUT ZOHAR FILMS
Named after a powerful spiritual text kept hidden from the world for nearly a thousand years, Zohar Films is a New York City based film production company founded by screenwriter Mylo Carbia.
For more information, please visit http://www.ZoharFims.com