A "With Thanks" credit in the film's end roll
Steel gift *plus* A "limited edition" poster from the film signed by the cast, and commissioned from the artist who designed the poster for the multi-award winning Les Miserables starring Hugh Jackman, and Russell Crowe.
Steel, Bronze gifts *plus* limited edition DVD of the short film that includes a behind-the-scenes documentary about how the project was made.Availability: 20
Steel, Bronze + Silver gifts *plus* an invitation to the set to see the filming of the production, and a VIP invite to the screening premiere at a UK venue tbc.
Steel, Bronze, Silver, Gold gifts *plus* an onscreen supporting role in the final battle sequence, and an Executive Producer credit on the film's end roll.
A 30 min feature sizzler from WW2, about love, loss, loyalty, and honour amongst four individuals united by one tragedy.
........is a five part story set during the latter days of World War 2; a film that focuses on the loves, losses, guilts, and betrayals of four very different young people, from four very different backgrounds, who are thrust together by the stresses of war, into a whirlwind of romance, conflict, violence, and suffering that will both divide them all, and oddly unite them too, by tragedy and circumstance.
Pt 1: Farewell to Arms..........it’s late afternoon when William Fellows bids farewell to England and boards the C-47 transport aircraft that, in the early hours of Friday June 6th 1944 over Western France, will drop him into Normandy as part of the greatest invasion armada the world has ever seen. When rounds from an anti-aircraft battery hit his Dakota transport William parachutes into occupied territory, miles from his assigned Drop Zone. In the impenetrable smoke-filled gloom he finds himself alone, and behind enemy lines. As he endeavours to link up with other survivors from his unit he is forced into hiding by the presence, on all sides, of a mechanized German Panzer unit. In the loneliness of unfamiliar terrain, with the sounds of gunfire raging distant, and aware of movement in the shadows all about him, he takes time to write a letter home to Rose. But just as he sits quietly to do so he is joined by a niaive and jittery war photographer who wants to do nothing more than record every moment of what he sees on his movie camera. The two men, slowly grow to respect one another in that short time together, and when the war finally catches up with them both, a promise made in brotherhood is severely tested as a young German soldier battles his own fears to survive.
This is what it's all about............
We require from Fanblaze a minimum fund of £5,000. It will go together with funds being raised on other crowdsource sites towards a total of £20,000 for part one of our story: Farewell to Arms.
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