We are pleased we have been accepted into the industry film finance and deal making web site called SLATED. One must be invited and vouched for me site members in order to join/ This exposes our project to many film industry insiders. The site also confirms all those we claim to be on our team, from behind-the-camera, actors ... to investors.
Our costume designer is now reading over the MEGABALL$ screenplay to begin preliminary design sketches.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
In response to several requests we've now created an online MegaBall$ Store where people may buy merchandise with the film's poster art and logo. Proceeds will help offset the development costs for MegaBall$.
The 'Got Balls?' campaign items include:
- A basic Tshirt with a choice of the MegaBall$ logo or poster artwork along with a line from the film. The base shirt is found at
Other items include:
- A deluxe T-shirt with a choice of the logo on the front, and a line from the film on the back
- A long sleeved baseball-type T shirt with the MegaBall$ logo on front and a line from the film on the back
- A bumper sticker
- A mouse pad
- A coffee mug
- A water bottle
- A stainless steel travel mug
- A film poster
- A small tote bag
These are found online at http://WWW.zazzle.Com/Oroloro/gifts
All items are made 'on demand' - created and shipped when ordered so there's no expense to us ... and we receive a percentage from each sale. Links to order the merchandise are also found on the "Key Art" page of our web site. The MegaBall$ mobile APP will also link to the merchandise pages for mobile ordering.
We've had good discussions with AbelCine - a camera/lighting rental company here in Manhattan - and we've been assured they will give us great prices to stay well within our budget, with the intent to fall below our budgeted costs.
This week we'll be attending the Digital Media Summit here in New York.
Meanwhile we continue our search for private investors (got any referrals?) and other funding sources....and pass this on to your friends. Hey, you never know....
Posted by Marc Baron at 5:54 PM