Indie Film ‘Weird Folk’ Set on Election Night 2016

Crowdfunding Campaign launch May 1st 2017

Indie filmmakers, Scott Dunn and Gina Gomez are excited to announce they are raising funds via Kickstarter to begin production on suburban horror comedy “WeirdFolk”. The filmmakers are set to raise $47,000 on rewards/equity platform, Kickstarter, and the campaign will launch on May 1st – 31st 2017.

WeirdFolk is about the unsettling misadventures of various residents on election night 2016. It is a tale of interwoven stories -A teen discovers a terrifying secret on the dark web, a clown stalks a neighborhood, a chiropractor goes through his worst nightmare, and a couple finds themselves in the cross hairs of a killer.

Director Scott Dunn notes, “It’s not really about the government officials who were voted in, but the hysteria of the people who voted for them.”

“WeirdFolk is a story that could not be more topical given the current political divide.” -Gina Gomez (Producer)

Election 2016 is one of the most divisive elections in American history. A horror comedy set on election night was the inspiration behind the story. WeirdFolk is to begin production in Los Angeles during August. Director of Photography, Aj Young, is attached to the project. Cast and the rest of crew will be announced during the campaign and finalized in June. Three winners of WeirdFolk’s Snuff Photo Contest will be announced at the launch of their campaign.

For more information about the film and previous press, please visit weirdfolkmovie.weebly.com. They can be found on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram @WeirdFolkMovie.

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