Coatwolf Productions Surpasses Goal for Financing New Film
 By Jonathan Stryker (Facebook); Jonathan Stryker (Twitter)

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Source: Coatwolf Productions

Mar 1, 2013, 1:0 PM


Jonathan Keevil, the co-producer, editor, and composer of 2011's BELLFLOWER, is in the process of funding CHUCK HANK AND THE SAN DIEGO TWINS, a new indie project that is being described as "a throwback to the heyday (of the) 80's side-scrolling video games and action films" by the production company's website,
Coatwolf Productions.  In an effort to make the film that they want to make without compromises or concessions to Hollywood, the producers have set up a fixed funding campaign.  The general public can donate money to their goal of $60K, which as of this writing has been surpassed by just over $23K. 

The inspiration for the film comes from director Keevil's love of video games and desire to make a movie based on such titles as
Streets of Rage and Double Dragon.  Donate some money and get your name in the film's end credits.  The film sports the Medusa which appeared in BELLFLOWER and is shaping up to be reminiscent of my favorite action film, THE ROAD WARRIOR. 

The last day for donating is Friday, March 22, 2013. 

Can't wait to see this one! Click on the company's website,
Coatwolf Productions, for more information, their Facebook and Twitter pages. 


 

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