Date: 15th February 2019
Case Study: The Making of Lost Visibility by Kelly Needleman
Filmmaker: Kelly Needleman
Q: What is your film about?
Kelly Needleman:The logline for my feature film “Lost Visibility” is: Maybe they weren’t as close as they thought they were. Three friends share intimate dreams that bring their secrets to reality. The movie is in the genres of Teen drama, mystery, and psychological thriller. I thought of the idea of the movie when I created a short film regarding lucid dreams in the summer of 2018.
Q: Tell us about the festival run, marketing and sales?
Kelly Needleman: I am currently in pre-production for the film. My script has won over 5 awards from prestigious film festivals under the category of “Best Feature Screenplay”. I have confirmed lead actress Gigi Cesare who has starred in multiple Netflix movies. I am currently in contact with a Disney Channel Star.
Q: Dramatic Feature?
Director: Kelly Needleman
Producers: Currently: Kelly Needleman, Comika Hartford
Budget: Currently around 10k
Q: Give the full Official Synopsis for your film?
Kelly Needleman: I wanted to write about teenage relationships that develop from school friendships to deeper life experiences. Three friends share lucid dreams that change their bond forever. The combination of the elements of mood through nature, specifically fog as a character creates a mysterious mood for the story.
Q: Development & Financing?
Kelly Needleman: I wrote the screenplay and I am still in the process of funding the film. I have secured government copyrights and registered with the Writers Guild of America for the screenplay.
Kelly Needleman: Right now I am in the thick of it. I have confirmed locations in the wine country in Northern California and have created tentative dates of productions in late June.
Q: Advice from the Filmmaker?
Kelly Needleman: I would recommend surrounding yourself with an experienced crew and passionate cast. Making sure everyone has the same goals and dedication to the project.
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