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Themes

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The Mission
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Production Models We Align With

Dir. Christopher Nolan

We've carefully studied other films that have seen success on the micro-budget level. Most of these films were produced in the sub $20,000-$30,000 range and saw grosses as high seven figures or higher. Each of them fall into different genres and therefore saw different challenges and in understanding those solutions we've managed to add substantial value to the film without the need for a higher budget. 

Some highlights include:

  • Locations: We've been provided access to a multi-acre ranch in Navajo, NM that has varying terrain including two pine forests, arroyos, springs, plains, mesas, and a canyon; all on land that we have expression permission to make use of for filming. 
  • Horses: The ranch also includes four horses which we have free use of. We also have actors and personnel that know how to ride and assist with safety and control. 
  • Co-Op Model: A major cost for any effort is the cost of people. Since none of us are getting paid, we are operating on a co-op model. We are all building this film together and everyone that puts in an agreed amount of time into this project will receive equity in the film that reflects that time. In a sense we are all working on this passion project with a financial stake in its success.  This co-op model has gotten us:
    • A Dine translator, interpreter, and co-screenwriter. Valerie Tapaha has been a Navajo language and culture instructor for 20 years and co-founded the Shiprock Dine knowledge bowl.
    • Our composer is an ASCAP member as well as an academy voter in the Grammy's he has been composing, producing, and performing music for over a decade in NYC.  
  • Film Festival Fees: Marketing is a big cost but we have a head start thanks to Filmmakers Without Borders who has guaranteed to cover the cost of five film festivals of our choice.