Los Angeles, CA, June 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- VariEnt Pictures launches Kickstarter campaign to help complete post-production on indie film The Girl in the Book. The Los Angeles based production company, has successfully raised all the necessary funds for principal photography, so the goal of the Kickstarter campaign is to raise $65,000, allowing for the completion of post-production.
Production on the film begins this week in New York City. The Girl in the Book stars Emily Van Camp, who recently wrapped the second season of ABC’s Revenge and will next be seen in Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier, slated for an April 2014 release. Alongside of her will be Michael Nyqvist, who will next be seen in Days & Nights, Christian Camargo’s modern retelling of Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" and Sebastián Cordero’s Europa Report. Van Camp will play the daughter of a powerful NYC literary agent, who is forced to confront painful events in her past when asked to work on the re-release of her father's star client's (Nyqvist) best-selling novel.
The film was written and will be directed by Marya Cohn, marking her directorial debut. “We are so excited to have assembled such a great team and cast to bring Marya’s vision to life,” says Gina Resnick from VariEnt Pictures. “I hope the public will join in and support this great project,” Resnock adds.
VariEnt is producing the film in association with Busted Buggy Entertainment. “Our decision to go out through Kickstarter was driven primarily by our desire to connect an audience to this important, empowering and redemptive story early on,” says Dan Cunningham, President of Busted Buggy. “I think it’s amazing we can allow that audience to be a real part of a project, so when it’s completed, they will get to see it on the screen and say ‘Hey, I helped make that!’,” the executive explains.
Supporters of the Kickstarter Girl in the Book campaign will have several incentives for their pledge, including:
- Access to a behind-the-scenes blog where supporters will find live set updates regarding the production, including script notes, behind-the-scenes stills and video, and a rundown of the day's on-set drama, etc.
- The Girl in the Book coffee table book, an artistically designed piece, featuring an array of behind-the-scenes imagery, script excerpts, director notes, stills from the movie, blog entries, personal anecdotes from cast and crew, etc.
- A thank you credit in the final cut of the film and on the film’s blog.
- Tickets to advance screenings.
- A digital version of the film.
To donate and support The Girl in the Book film, please visit http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thegirlinthebook/the-girl-in-the-book.
About The Girl in the Book Film:
Alice is a 28 year-old assistant book editor living in a small apartment on the Upper East Side. She is funny and smart, but emotionally self-destructive, seeking self-esteem in men's desire. Alice works for a notable book publisher; she has an incredibly compelling story to tell – her story, but that story was written fifteen years ago…by someone else. www.thegirlinthebook.com
About VariEnt Pictures:
VariEnt is a multi-platform media company that focuses on creating, financing, and distributing entertainment and technology related products and assets. VariEnt’s Film division develops, packages, produces, and finances commercially viable, quality-driven content with emerging and established filmmakers. VariEnt uniquely assesses film projects based on the ability to effectively target audiences and supply multiple distribution outlets, including traditional studio and theatrical releasing as well as next generation electronic delivery systems. www.varient.com
About Busted Buggy Entertainment:
Busted Buggy Entertainment is a diverse production company, focused on telling great stories in Film, Television, Web, and Mobile formats. At the heart of all great content, traditional or new, there is a great story. The innovative team at BBE seeks to find stories that connect deeply to an audience, and to provide that audience the opportunity to engage, not just experience that content. BBE produced their first feature film, Magic Hour in 2012, and currently has a slate of 15 properties that they are developing or producing for multiple platforms, including film and television. www.bustedbuggy.com
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