Warped Pieces is an upcoming short film inspired by the concept of alternate reality and it is created by Gaston Leguizamon, an Argentinian artist, who is currently based out of Los Angeles, California. To introduce this one of a kind film project to the world, the filmmaker has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, and he is welcoming generous support and backing. Created by a team of Latino filmmakers, the film has a strong and inspiring message, and its creators are welcoming everyone to help them raise funds on an ultra-low budget to cover the production costs of the film.
“This is a film about two brothers who live in different countries, and suddenly meet at a beach in an alternate reality that bypasses the limitations of time and space, to fix their strained relationship and finish the unsolved circles that chase them.” Said Gaston Leguizamon, while introducing this project to the Indiegogo community. According to the filmmaker, the film is also a tale about immigrants, their challenges, and the effect that daily life has in them and their loved ones.
The Indiegogo Campaign is located on the web at:
www.indiegogo.com/projects/warped-pieces and backers from around the world can become a part of this project by making generous pledges and donations. Moreover, the goal of this Indiegogo campaign is to raise a sum of $7,000 and the Latino filmmakers are offering a wide range of rewards and perks for the backers for supporting this feature film. Furthermore, more details are available on the Indiegogo campaign page of the project.
About This Project
Warped Pieces is an upcoming short film created by a group of US based independent filmmakers and artists with a very strong message and a captivating storyline about alternative reality and its impacts. The upcoming film is produced and written by Gaston Leguizamon, and it is directed by Chris Echeverri.
Contact Person: Gaston Leguizamon
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Address:10841 Whipple St Apt 209
City: Studio City
State: California, 91602
Country: United States