My friend and director Steffen Gruber is creating a noteworthy musical this summer School Shooting - The Musical. It's a timely piece in the wake of the blood drenched Aurora, Colorado shooting that occurred in the multiplex of the Century 16 movie theater little after midnight on Friday July 20, 2012 during the premiere of "The Dark Night Rises". Another wake-up call following the 1999 Columbine High School shooting to question public gun access and control in the United States. Really America, what the hell does "protection" mean and entail in this country?
Indie film makers have some of the greatest and risqué ideas that really need to be seen and come to fruition. One of the most crucial aspects for anyone creating a film is realistically capital, if not time or skill. This is ironic, considering what I've talked about on Mr.Mujica's speech yesterday. Unless we can all find a super Sugar Daddy, financial support from people who truly believe in our projects is an invaluable contribution. Of course, just the fact that there are fans out there is a huge part of what keeps us going. In order for Mr.Gruber and crew to release their awesome short to the public, please check out this link and make a contribution if it takes a hold of you.
School Shooting - The Musical, on indiegogo
Thanks a Million,