Upcoming Movie - Producer Seeks Public Support

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An upcoming Hollywood movie producer appeals to the general public to help sponsor his movie in exchange for some special incentives.

Searching The Green

In an online interview with the upcoming movie producer, Afam Obih, he stated that the film will be shot in both Africa and America settings. He also said the film will have 4 production phases intended to last a maximum of 14 days per phase.

As part of the plan to roll off the production of his new movie "Searching The Green", Afam Obih, an upcoming Hollywood movie producer in partnership with INDIEGOGO, a crowd funding organization is appealing to the general public to become part of the production for some special incentives here http://www.indiegogo.com/searching-the-green

The upcoming movie, designed to be shot in both Africa and America settings, is centered around a young man who migrated to America from one of the West African countries in search of a greener pasture. To his utter dismay the American dream was not as easy as thought so, he decided to take several short cuts that fetched him some marital uphills.

In order to raise the estimated amount which is to the tune of $24,000, the film maker is reaching out to the members of the public to help fund the project and become beneficiaries of several incentives of different categories here http://www.indiegogo.com/searching-the-green

The producer said the kickoff of the phase 1 of the upcoming movie will take effect immediately enough fund has been raised towards that end. The production is intended to have 4 phases and will last a maximum of 14 days per phase to be shot serially following each auditioning exercise.

According to a source closer to the producer, the money realized from the public appeal will be used towards the payment and feeding of their cast and crew members, costume and props, lights and filming equipments, fueling of their power generator and location van.

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