Visual Effects Veteran, Godzilla, Independence Day, Crowdfunds Ten Percent Toward Film In First Three Days
Released on: September 8, 2015, 3:45 am
Oculus Entertainment, Inc.NexBoom
Burbank, CA, September 8, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The Visual Effects (VFX) veteran whose work includes Godzilla, Star Trek, and was on the Academy Award winning VFX team for Independence Day, Richard J. Cook, announced that ten percent of the funding goal toward development of his new film, All Things, has been raised in the first three days of its Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign (oculusent.com/allthings).
Building on his industry career producing visual effects for colossal blockbuster films, Cook is set to produce and direct the Sci-Fi suspense thriller slated for 2016 under his Oculus Entertainment company. Computer Graphics (CG) Supervisor Phil Hartmann (300, Snow White and the Huntsman, 2012) is attached.
All Things follows the story of college dropout, Claire, who joins an environmental protection group to find purpose after losing her mother to cancer. On her first forest training mission she is separated from her group and finds herself hunted by horrifying alien creatures. Through her ordeal Claire uncovers their disturbing agenda and realizes she has a purpose after all, but it is a self-sacrificing one.
Early participants in the crowdfunding campaign can select perks ranging from a digital copy of the film, to joining the cast and crew at its Hollywood premiere.
About Oculus Entertainment
Oculus Entertainment (oculusent.com) is a media creator in Burbank, CA, spanning film, television, and digital arenas. Its owner and CEO, Richard J. Cook, established the company in 2013 following a veteran career in VFX Production. The company’s success is owing to a well built network of industry professionals committed to producing quality entertainment.
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