There is a full page article in The Londoner this week on the topic of rakehellrow productions, RoboBuddy, and Flixx TV. I did the interview with Chris Montanini last week. Hopefully it will stir up some interest in RoboBuddy, and give the little guy some proverbial legs. Thanks to everyone who has helped out this far: City Centre Storage, APK Live, Marc Gammal, Nish Jajal, Dave Hietalahti, Trevor McLeod, Dwayne Lachance, Eric Mayr, Shannon Laing, Mark Potter, Martin Rae, Edward Platero, RedCat Film, Drez Peregrina, Warren Stanley, James McLeod, and Amy Rutter. Your help is super radical, which is always appreciated.
TRAILER IS COMING SOON!!!! To hold the fiends off for now, here’s a pic of Dave in action from RoboBuddy. As you can tell from the photo, he is not to be messed with. If you’re interested in being part of the production, check out our campaign over on IndieGoGo. Thanks! Stay tuned!!
There is now a crowd-fundraising campaign on IndieGoGo for our new featurette RoboBuddy! The campaign was setup to help finish post-production on the film. Mainly graphic fx, music and sounds, but also to help us get the film out to festivals. You can check out all the details over on the page here. Be sure to check out the cool supporter perks, like an 80s inspired RoboBuddy T-shirt designed by Warren Stanley.
Added tidbit for the blog readers: the story of this film came to me in a dream. True story. I was half in and out of sleep and convinced myself to get up and write it down. I returned to bed. Woke up in the late afternoon to discover a full short story sketched out. We tweaked it down the road, but the bedrock of the story remains the same as the dream.
Wow, so it’s been a long time since we’ve posted on here. Spring has finally sprung, only after what felt like a six month long winter…. and during that wintry season we made what will be our new film: RoboBuddy. So, we finally get nice weather, and yet, we’re on lockdown in post with a handful of projects. Hopefully, the downtime gave people some time to catch up with what’s going on concerning the new films: the director’s cut of The Accountant and the premiere screening of RoboBuddy, our new 25 minute comedy featuring David Lahti.
Ok, so without further ado, the first taste of Robobuddy in the form of a teaser – Get your robot-heads ready to be rewired: