Houston, TX, May 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- With the recession hitting every aspect of life Buddy Howard and Greg Corner III along with Jeremy Worsham and Wendel Calvert are taking aim at Hollywood’s spiraling cost of making movies. The group of Film makers are setting out to do what seems like the impossible shooting a feature film for absolutely nothing.
Buddy Howard was quoted as saying “We may put out a tip jar so we can get money for drinks.” Buddy Howard and Greg Corner III are no strangers to film making there first feature film “Wilderness Survivor” has already moved over a million copies and continuing to do well in distribution with “Still Workin On It” and “Modern Dating According to Jeff” done in post production the time seems right to attempt the impossible.
“Movie cost and ticket prices are going through the roof this is an attempt to prove good films can be made for less than a 100milion dollars,” Greg Corner III said. “The industry is going to have to make cuts somewhere it is going to be where a family has to choose between movies or amusement parks; at some theaters Avatar was charging 25 dollars a ticket.”
“It will be hard for a family of five to see more than one movie a summer,” Buddy Howard said. The goal for the film is three fold one we want to give the world a look at a lot of very talented fresh faces, prove to the world that this can be done, and donate a percentage of the profit for the study of autism.
Films are universal tools that can make people laugh, cry, or be afraid to ever take a shower in a motel alone again. “We are poking fun of the film industry, and the Cattle Call,” Buddy Howard said. Anyone who ever spent a day standing in line will get the joke.
Filming begins on Sunday May 16th 2010 and set to go to post- production June 16th barring any unforeseen weather developments “Our first film was interrupted by Tropical Storm Allison,” Jeremy Worsham pointed out. Also Hurricane Ike caused all sorts of problems for “Modern Dating According To Jeff, it hard to film while you look up and your roof is gone,” Buddy Howard added.
Updates will be available, including cast interviews and behind the scenes of the film making process at the group’s web site www.stillworkinonit.com
12591 Pebble creek dr
Conroe, Texas 77304
Greg Corner III
*Film location is the Tomball train depot
201 S. Elm street Tomball, Texas
To Be Announced