What this project is all about?
Harmless is a feature film shot in the popular found footage style. It’s the story about a husband and father and his battle with a box of porn that is found in the closet. Once opened, the box of porn begins to torment the family, much like a poltergeist. It’s sort of a social commentary on how pornography can destroy a family.
Why are we doing a project like this?
Because films are not only entertaining but they’re also a way to teach people. Society learns their morals and values through music, film and television. Pornography is such a huge problem that simply telling someone how dangerous it is usually doesn’t work. You have to tell a compelling story to catch someone’s attention and then educate them while they’re being entertained.
Can I really be a part of the production of the movie?
Yes! Yes! Yes! Through our partner Kickstarter, we are offering many levels of participation on this project. From screening the film and giving feedback all the way to directing one of the scenes in the film. Check out our page on Kickstarter here.
When will the project be released?
The first edit of the film is scheduled to be done by August. A private link will then be sent out to those who donated at certain tier levels to watch the film, give creative feedback and suggestions.
We’ll then take all the suggestions and decide on which ones to use. If we use your idea, you’ll be noticed, thanked and given a special award yet to be determined.
How will this movie be distributed?
Because of our past projects we have extensive relationships with small and large distributors across the globe. Once our distribution is secure, we plan on doing a small theatrical release (maybe bigger depending on our funding and distribution agreement) and then a world wide DVD release. As always, we will keep our team members who have donated up to date on the film’s progress.