Gift Card Contest!

Getting backers on our Indiegogo campaign is important. But equally important is getting our link shared! Make sure you are following us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook so you do not miss out when we announce the contest winner! 

Here are the rules for sharing the link with the image and entering the contest:

 

  1. First, share the image with the Indiegogo link on either Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.  Keep it up on social media for a minimum of three days, but you only need to share it on any one platform once.  Image to share is included in this post. Right click and save. 

  2. Keep your explanation short. Make sure you tag the appropriate account for that particular social media platform

  3. You can enter up to three times by sharing on all three social networks. 

  4. Must be a U.S. Resident to enter and win. Winner will be announced on our social media account on March 31, noon eastern time. You will need to provide us with an e-mail address to send the gift card number so you can add it your Amazon account. 

  5. Here is a sample that you can copy and paste to social media. Replace the social media handle as needed. 

 

Here is a sample that you can copy and paste to social media. Replace the social media handle as needed. 

Twitter:
“Please check out and share the Indiegogo campaign for the new web series, Detectives, Inc by @RenRawFilms https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/detectives-inc-pilot-episode/x/18333335#/
Facebook:
“Please check out and share the Indiegogo campaign for the new web series, Detectives, Inc. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/detectives-inc-pilot-episode/x/18333335#/ #detectivesinctvshow #supportIndieFilm
Instagram:
“Please check out and share the Indiegogo campaign for the new web series for @detectivesincshow https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/detectives-inc-pilot-episode/x/18333335#/ #detectivesinctvshow #SupportIndieFilm

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New short film, Blame The Victim Wraps

A new short film, titled Blame the Victim has wrapped shooting in Los Angeles. Filming had to be delayed due to changes in casting. It starts Joanna Ferbarche as Macey who physically and emotionaly batters her husband Bishop (played by JT Taylor). It is expected to be submitted to festivals next year.