Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 22, 2007
WPFG Studios and the Wolfpack Film Group are gearing up to shoot their first feature film only a year after the group's formation. Wolfpack founder and award-winning producer Robin Blesch is producing the film with fellow award-winning producer/director William Blesch. This husband and wife independent production team have teamed up with Director of Photography Michael Morlan, the owner of Austin Film Tools, and many other Wolfpack members to work with emerging writer/director H.R. McDonald as he also marks his feature film debut with "Anything for Now"(ATFN).
The Wolfpack Film Group is an Austin-based filmmaker collective that among other things recently collaborated on a series of 32 Match.com ads, which can be seen playing on Myspace.com and other popular websites worldwide. This rapidly developing group has worked independently and together on all types of projects over the last year including music videos, short films, concept trailers, corporate ad work, and other feature films. With all that under the team's belt, "Anything for Now" will be their first collaboratively created feature.
With the film's funding recently secured, members of the Wolfpack are already hard at work preparing for the shoot in November; already the script has attracted the interest of DJ Perry, a growing name in the industry. DJ recently starred in "An Ordinary Killer" and "Judges" which gained distribution through Anthem Pictures International. In addition to DJ, CSA Casting Director Barbara Brinkley from Dallas, Texas, who has done casting with most of the major studios on films like, "Suspect Zero," "Home Fries," and "Varsity Blues," has just joined the production team. Brinkley relates "By the Second or third read through, I was just mesmerized by the script. I loved its structure, and its message just resonates," and now she is leading the producers and director on their quest for the perfect lead actor and possibly some more name talent.
"Anything for Now," is a coming of age story about Cory, a college film student attempting to cope with his depression by making a documentary film about a conspiracy theorist who believes the world is about to descend into catastrophe. Cory's naÃ¯ve, mysterious nature attracts the attention of Kim, a quirky, loner drama student. Her presence in his life leads to a series of events that causes Cory to confront the issues that are the cause of his depression.
Producer and Wolfpack creator Robin Blesch says, "Though there is a sense of satisfaction knowing that we are producing our first feature film together, the exciting part is knowing that "Anything for Now" is only the beginning."
Contact: Christine Thompson, Publicist