Roman Á Clef Creators Launch GoFundMe Following California Wildfires
Due to the Thomas Fire in Southern California back in December, the Roman Á Clef creators were forced to cancel the shoot. Co-writer/director Nicholas Dunlevy (along w/Erin Elders) has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help cover some of the budget costs associated with having to suddenly postpone filming.
A note from Nicholas regarding the campaign:
Definitely not looking to double-dip here, so anyone that graciously supported our IndieGoGo campaign last fall need not apply. We’re looking for new supporters and hope that this platform is another opportunity to continue to spread the word about the film.
In case you were wondering Roman Á Clef is a French term that referrers to a novel in which real people or events appear with invented names.
In this short horror film the synopsis is:
A photography crew heads to a remote ranch house for a fashion shoot, only to get terrorized by a pair of ghoulish strangers. After murdering most of the crew, the strangers drag two survivors to their compound and attempt to initiate them into a bizarre cult…
Here’s the teaser trailer:
James Paxton, the son of legendary actor Bill Paxton, and star of USA Network’s “Eyewitness” will play the lead character, James. Brad Oberhofer plays a member of the film crew and is credited with composing the original score. Also appearing are Madeline Zima, Yvonne Zima, M.C. Gainey, Kate Freund, Kim House, and Sarah Engelland.
Wanna support Indie Horror?
Visit the Roman Á Clef GoFundMe Page