Tallahassee, FL, February 10, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The core group of the Myles Hall Project is based in Joppa, Maryland and Tallahassee, Florida. Formed by two childhood friends who are actors and filmmakers, they bring a lifetime of experience and passion for the subject matter to their loyal and intended followers.
The production unit of Myles Hall: Honor Reclaimed completed shooting and post-production on the movie trailer on September 25th, 2016, in Baldwin, Maryland.
The trailer is available for viewing on their website: myleshallthemovie.com The final film is intended for release within another year, depending upon funding.
All information about the project can be found on the website and on Facebook at Facebook.com/MylesHallBlog. There, you can also find information about funding support at various links throughout the site(s).
Certainly, many veterans, homeless and otherwise, have experienced much of what is portrayed in the story. The premise has been praised by many from its inception, and it continues to receive accolades through its various venues of social media.
Developing a story of two homeless Vietnam veterans, the writers fleshed out each character with as much depth as possible to make them as real as possible. Myles Hall: Honor Reclaimed is a dramatic, fictional story of the plight of forgotten veterans who could be from any conflict, but that’s not all.
Many of the veterans of the Vietnam era are no longer with us, but there are more recent conflicts that still produce veterans who will become homeless. It is evident on a daily basis. This problem can be corrected, and this film can help to raise awareness and generate support for these heroes.
The filmmakers have secured locations, cameras, sound and lights. They have equipment, built from scratch, that works as well as any retail items. They have the expertise. They have storyboards. They are so close. What they need now is funding through gofundme.com/zggtm8y4 to finance actors, crew, sets, production and post-production of the full movie. They offer the opportunity to help and to make a difference!
Supporters and Sponsors can visit the website myleshallthemovie.com for further history. This is a work of passion! It may help change the lives of many homeless veterans.
The smallest of donations helps move toward the goal of covering production costs. Profit is not a motive.
Veterans are overlooked, abused and demeaned every day. This story of two homeless Vietnam veterans needs to be told. There are simply too many Forgotten Heroes.