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Sorrow the Movie Film Press Release – Kickstarter

Producers of Sorrow Launch Kickstarter Crowdfunding Campaign with a goal to raise $14,000 to fund the pre-production stage.

HOUSTON, TX (FPR) February 20th, 2013 — A Kickstarter Crowdfunding campaign is now underway with a small goal to raise $14,000 to begin and complete the Pre-Production. This will also secure investors for Sorrow; as indicated on the Film Proposal.

Sorrow is an independent film that’s best compared to the movie “The Devils Rejects” as the characters in Sorrow are similar, senseless killers but with a strong “drama crime scene element.”

“Sorrow interweaves themes of revenge and criminal insanity, bringing world-class drama to the genre. It is this dedication to realism and to the artistry that characterized the horror genre in the past that makes Sorrow a film that is not to be forgotten” said Brittany Walters Bearden, CEO of Titan Public Relations.

“A woman is attacked by serial killers, taken to a decaying home where the torture and humiliation continue, before she manages to escape, seeking justice and exacting revenge on her aggressor she refuses to surrender as local police are moving in closer.”

Filmed on location in Moab, Utah, 15 minutes of Sorrow are already in the can. The producers are now seeking funds to cover filming for the remaining 76 minutes of the film. A Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise a total of $14,000 to complete Pre-Production and to secure investors. No donation is too large or small contributors can donate any amount ranging from $1.00 to $5,000 or more.

The contributors won’t walk away empty-handed when they support this independent film they’ll receive a special “thank you” a DVD of the film, even tickets to the film’s opening premiere, executive producer’s credit, and even a walk-on role in the film depending on their favorite perk ranging from $1.00 to $5,000.

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