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Support Indie Film, "Witchyman"

$90,000 goal

Campaign created 3 months ago
Welcome friends and independent film supporters! 

This campaign is to raise funds to shoot the sizzle (short trailer) for the film "Witchyman" based on the book of the same name by Author K.B. Hill (or Tina Hill to her friends and family.)

We'd love to invite you to support this fantastic story so it can make its way to the big screen. The sizzle will be used to secure backing for the feature film. We've already got a great story, cast, and production team line up. Now all we need is your support to help make it happen. Learn more below! 

About Witchyman:
WITCHYMAN TAKES YOU INTO A WORLD OF DARKNESS THOUGHT TO BE AN URBAN LEGEND.
 
Realizing her sketches are a manifestation of a dark past, Los Angeles based artist, Kris James, finds herself being terrorized by the Witchyman, thought to be nothing but a scary story from her childhood home.  As he takes her life apart, she decides she must return to Winnipeg in the dead of winter, to meet him in the place it all began so long ago . . . 
http://www.WitchymanBook.com




MEET THE TEAM:

About the Author/ Screenwriter
K.B. Hill, born in 1967in Winnipeg, Canada, to professor of architecture, Carl Nelson, and ornithologist, Colleen Helgesson Nelson, was sixth of seven children.  In the bustling household, her need for quiet time took her into a linen closet, where she would write endlessly, about the idyllic park where she grew up.  With a core group of girlfriends, who would indulge her story telling on frozen winter nights, while walking home from the skating rink, Hill found her first receptive audience.

After moving to New York City to pursue dance the age of 21, she began her first two novels.   She moved again to Los Angeles after two years, where she currently (and happily) resides with her husband, Happy Hill, and their three children, Jazz, Dakota, and Indiana.

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About the Director
André Luis Carvalho is the film's Director.  He graduated from the New York Film Academy in NYC where he lived for 15 years. There, he was Art Director for the Hollywood for Children Audrey Hepburn Foundation  and also served as a Production Designer and Art Director for major events in South Hampton. His experience includes working as the Art Director for the film “My Brother” with Vanessa Williams, and as the Set Designer for Director, Nick Davis (Emmy Winner for "Jack: The Last Kennedy Film, a documentary) on the  film “1999.” In 2010, André returned to Brazil where he worked as Art Director of the "International Exhibitions of Great Artists" to the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture – MuBe. In his first steps in the world of art, André
was the owner of a gallery in Campinas (1986). André ran an office of art in São Paulo, sending artists and their works to Europe and the USA. He also signed the art direction for “Bossa & Roll,” a show of Rita Lee and worked as Art Director of the program Clodovil, on TV Gazeta, and on TV Globo in novelas, such as “Barriga de Aluguel” and the mini-series “O Portador”. In 2014, he became a member of  VoE Productions, being responsible for Direction, Production and Production Design.



About The Cast

Angie Everhart as Kris James.  Angie is an American actress and former model who appeared in several Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues and Playboy.  She made her film debut in 1993 with the Arnold Schwarzenegger action-comedy "Last Action Hero." She has since appeared in such features as "Tales From the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood" (1996), "Denial" (1998), "Mad Dog Time" (1996), and "Gunblast Vodka" (2000). Other movies she has appeared in include "Jade"(1995), and "Executive Target" (1997), "Another 9½ Weeks" (1997), "Sexual Predator" (2001), "Bare Witness" (2001), "Wicked Minds" (2002), "Payback" (2006), "Bigfoot"(2008), and "Take Me Home Tonight" (2011). 

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Ronn Moss as the Witchyman.  Ronn is an American actor, musician and singer/songwriter, a member of the band Player, and best known for portraying Ridge Forrester, the dynamic fashion magnate on the CBS soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful" from 1987 to 2012. Ronn also played John Blackwell and produced the Emmy award winning digital series, "The Bay."  The Bay was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2012 for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime, won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series in 2015, and a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series in 2016 and 2017.

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This movie is a considerable departure from anything either Angie or Ronn have undertaken before and they are looking forward to sharing this special project with their fans.  We need you, to make that happen!

Stay tuned for additional updates on the cast & crew.
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