Reflector Pictures seeks $100.000 capital to fund the motion picture production of " Material Things."

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My name is Mitchell Robinson,  I am a San Francisco based filmmaker, film major student, I do have a credential in Media Arts. 

I started and founded Reflector Pictures as a start up film business in 1980 starting off as a Photographer for Reflector Pictures.
Reflector Pictures, is an independent start-up motion picture production company assembled from creative and business entertainment industry professionals with a common goal of producing feature - length films and HD-DVD, BLUE RAY and digital videos productions.
Reflector Pictures are an entirely new film production committed to the creation, production and distribution of high-quality feature-length films. 

I need funding from investors to help me produce this film.  
Reflector Pictures proposes to secure all its money from venture capitalists and private investors. Using a conservative, selective revenue projection, and an assumption of general industry distribution agreements. The company will project gross revenue that will increase with a net producer/investor income for the first film project.

I have done an action work short film "A Ninja vs. A Werewolf," which was shot on Super 8mm out in the middle of the Indian Ocean onboard a  naval aircraft carrier off the coast of Australia.  

I also did another action work, short film "Another Bad Hair Day At The Barracks," which I shot on video on San Nicolas Island, a Naval Auxiliary Air Station, one of the remote of the Channel Islands, off Southern California. 
The film to be produced is "Material Things", a motion picture budgeted to be produced at $6,328,444.52  and for theatrical exhibition in the United States and abroad. 

The film genre is a sci-fi thriller, with attributes such as modern and futuristic technology elements, speculative fiction. The company will hire the best name talent (s) for roles in this picture, thereby adding to the film's commercial value and audience appeal.
Thank you for your time and consideration. Please help me fund this project.

Mitchell C. Robinson
Phone: 415-553-0530
E-mail: [email protected] 


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