Feeling Unreal is a mental health-focused feature film representing the raw realities of living with depersonalization disorder, PTSD, anxiety, acute stress disorder, harm OCD, depression and suicide ideation. The feature film script has been written into a proof of concept which will be shot with the funds raised from this campaign.
Logline: “When an emerging actress develops depersonalization disorder during her professional theatre debut, she must gain control over her newfound illness before her director terminates her contract.”
Inspired by a true story, Feeling Unreal was written for those in need of a raw, vulnerable, realistic portrayal of misrepresented and underrepresented mental illnesses in the media. It was written for those searching for inspiration on ways they can help their struggling loved ones. But most of all, it was written for those struggling to find hope.
Funds from the campaign will be going towards the director of photography, equipment, theatre rental, craft services, honorarium for actors, actor's insurance and post production.
The project will be contracted under the ACTRA Co-op Agreement.
With immense gratitude for your contribution, you will receive: Pledge $1: A special thanks on the film’s social media and website Pledge $5: In addition, receive a special thanks in the description of the proof of concept, as well as the end credits of the completed feature film Pledge $10: In addition, receive a Feeling Unreal button and magnet Pledge $25: In addition, receive a link to view the proof of concept before it's released, as well as a download of the finished feature film before it’s released Pledge $50: In addition, receive a free ticket to the premiere screening of the feature film (subject to availability) Pledge +$100: In addition, your name will be entered into a draw to win a walk-on role in the feature film!
Words could not describe what your support would mean. The film has been my passion project for many, many years, but I know there are people out there that need Feeling Unreal even more than I do. It is my hope that with your help, it can finally reach the people who need it most.