While waiting impatiently yet steadfastly for my #shortfilm funding campaign to begin…

I invite you to pass the time checking out the short film funding campaign for a good friend of mine, Jeffrey Stackhouse.

Jeffrey – an award-winning screenwriter and all around talented/good guy – and the rest of his cast and crew, have just launched a fundraising campaign to produce “I Am The Doorway,” a ‪‎film adaption of a Stephen King short story that is endorsed and encouraged by King, himself.

Already there is discussion that Jeff’s film has the makings to be the best cinematic adaptation of King’s work yet.

If you’re a fan of King, ‎horror, independent film-making, or all of the above, please check out Jeff’s work and support him – monetarily and/or socially – if you are able by clicking here.

Thanks, all.
P.s. – In facebook’s never-ending effort to make money (nothing wrong with that, btw) they make it very hard for public pages to be seen unless they pay to promote their posts. It gets very expensive so please share this as both an act of kindness and as an easy, inexpensive way to support The Arts.

Here’s their pitch video from the film’s director:

To sign up to be notified when the funding campaign for my short film begins, please click here.



About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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11 Responses to While waiting impatiently yet steadfastly for my #shortfilm funding campaign to begin…

  1. samanthajill says:

    This sounds really interesting!

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  2. wscottling says:

    I’m a fan of Stephen King, but not of horror films. Still, I’ll spread the word. ^_^

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  4. Honey Badger says:

    I like this. I am not a fan of Steven King films but I like his books and will spread the word for you.

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  5. Great. There has been a lot of difficulty with many of the adaptions of King’s work to the screen. I think it’s because many of his works leave so many possibilities for the imagination. I wish you luck with this one.

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