LOS ANGELES, California – September 22, 2015 – Panofsky’s Complaint, a hilarious new short film by writer-director Peter Mackie and author Jacqueline Berkman, was recently announced.
Based on the author’s short story “Picking Locks” (Ginosko Literary Journal #16, pub. 2015), Panofsky’s Complaint is a darkly comedic take on the age-old idiom “the straw that broke the camel’s back.” It follows Charles Panofsky, a doorman for a high-end Manhattan high-rise, in a police interrogation room as he recounts the fateful moment that he “snapped” on the subway home during a confrontation with the Stratford’s, a Waspy, wealthy older couple.
Filled with razor-sharp wit and shrewd insights into social status, Panofksy’s Complaint is not only a funny film, but one that tackles relevant themes that are still prevalent in today’s society.
When the film is done, they are going to get it out to festivals nationwide and worldwide. That means exposure for everyone involved with the project and potential connections and future collaborations with those they meet along the way. However, before this short, comedic romp can be made, these filmmakers need help. That’s why they’ve launched this campaign. Their goal is to raise $20,000 by October 27, 2015. The funds raised will go toward production costs, such as permits, paying cast and crew, locations, production insurance, and renting equipment, costumes, and props.
To help bring Panofsky’s Complaint to life, please visit the IndieGoGo campaign or click here. Backers can choose from many attractive rewards – including IMDB credit – as a thank you for their donations.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to be part of a witty, cinematic, dialogue-driven film!
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Company Name: Panofsky’s Complaint
Contact Person: Peter Mackie
Country: United States