Calling gore hound's of Sussex. Horror film 13 Graves needs you!
1st September 2017
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Today having spotted a notification on my Facebook account that Greg Draven was LIVE I thought I would check it out… Having listened to the plans to film 13 Graves here in Eastbourne using local talent I was more than happy to show my support. So I asked for a press pack and here is the following from them.

John Langridge, internationally acclaimed film director, is launching a crowdfunding campaign to finalise funding for his forthcoming feature film, 13 Graves. The campaign is running from the 1st to the 30th September 2017 on the indiegogo website and across social media platforms. Currently, in pre‐production, filming begins in late October, with the release of the film being anticipated for late 2018. Keen to have a fully engaged community project, professional talent and skills are being drawn locally to focus international interest on Sussex as a place for filmmaking.

The project will create short‐term jobs and opportunities for the local area, has partial corporate funding already, and distribution company Evolutionary Films has formally agreed to be the film's UK distributor and international sales agent.

Open to both individual contributors to corporate investors, the crowdfunder offers perks ranging from entry to a raffle for two screening tickets, a limited number of copies of the film, Halloween set tours and opportunities to be an extra or receive limited edition posters signed by the cast. Corporate levels of sponsorship award tickets for the first screening and premiere, set tours, company logo placement in the credits and on film websites, and display versions of the limited poster, signed by the cast.

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