I am currently in post-production on my first feature film project. Sader Ridge is a psychological horror story that I co-wrote, co-produced, and assistant directed. The film will be submitted to horror and independent film festivals in the coming months and will premiere sometime in 2013.
Sader Ridge official synopsis: For years Samantha has wondered about where she came from. After inheriting a house from the family she never knew, Sam and three friends take a road trip to inspect the remote property.
Soon after Sam arrives old memories come seeping back to her subconscious while jealousy and unspoken tension between the friends is forced to the surface. As relationships unravel, so does Sam’s sanity. She soon finds herself unable to tell the difference between reality and the horrible visions of brutality she can't escape. While her world crumbles, Sam discovers that the current horrors may be tied directly to her past.
The film itself is a ways off, but for now you can enjoy the teaser trailer
We are looking for finishing funds to complete the post production on "Sader Ridge". At the Kickstarter link above you can see our video pitch followed by the film's teaser trailer along with the perks we are offering for donations. If you know anyone that would be interested in donating to a low-budget character-driven horror film, please share the link. Thanks!
Post by brandonfear on Aug 2, 2012 22:57:27 GMT -5
Very good dude! Love the tone and cinematography from the trailer. I've been wanting to venture out into filmmaking after having written some scripts. I really want to learn the trade by doing some short horror films.
Any tips you can give to us...like camera types, editing software, cinematography, etc?
"Monsters in movies are us, always us, one way or the other. They're us with hats on. The zombies in George Romero's movies are us. They're hungry. Monsters are us, the dangerous parts of us. The part that wants to destroy. The part of us with the reptile brain. The part of us that's vicious and cruel. We express these in our stories as these monsters out there." - John Carpenter
Post by fattyjoe37 on Aug 12, 2012 10:23:05 GMT -5
Thanks for the kind words. I'm actually not the tech guy on set. I mainly do writing, directing, and producing and leave the camera related stuff to my cinematographer. So I can't help with camera tips, but can say that editing with Final Cut or Avid will help you if you get an industry type job. Almost all films are edited on those 2 systems. Good luck on your shorts!
Post by fattyjoe37 on Aug 18, 2012 11:43:02 GMT -5
We've been fundraising on Kickstarter for the last 2 weeks and we already have 44 backers! Thanks to everyone who has donated to the project, but we still need a push to get us to our goal by August 30th. If you're interested in independent character-driven horror, please take a look at the videos and updates on our Kickstarter page and share it with anyone that might be interested. Any size donation helps and we have plenty of fun perks for those that donate. My favorite perk is given to anyone that donates (even just $1), we'll send you an obscure horror movie recommendation. Thanks for looking!
Last Edit: Aug 18, 2012 11:45:53 GMT -5 by fattyjoe37
A nice write-up on the film's new poster & trailer from the folks over at Splatter Shack. We're currently submitting to film festivals across the country. I'll keep you all posted on where it'll be playing.
Sader Ridge will be having its world premiere at the Sun Valley Film Festival in Sun Valley, ID. The film is playing under the SVFF Eclipse series, which the festival describes as "Dramatic Features that push the boundaries of content, form, or genre, this category is designed for the cinematically adventurous." Showtimes have not been announced yet, but the festival runs from March 14th-17th. We're excited to be a part of this festival and to show our character driven horror film to the masses.
Last Edit: Feb 11, 2013 21:38:42 GMT -5 by fattyjoe37
We are also going to be playing at a couple more festivals across the country in the next few months. We'll be at the Fright Night Film Fest (July 26-28) in Louisville, KY (hope to see UB & CK there) as well as the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Fest (April 5-7) in Phoenix, AZ. Showtimes have not been announced for Fright Night, but you can see our 2 showings at the IHSFF at this link phoenix.festivalgenius.com/2013/films/saderridge_jeremyberg_phoenix2013
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