One in a Crowd: Slash
Local filmmaker seeks finishing funds
By Josh Kupecki,
12:30PM, Fri. Sep. 4, 2015
Liford has moved on from that traumatic experience, and has been expanding his short film "Slash" into a feature film. The story of high school kid Neil, who has a predilection for crafting erotic fan fiction, Liford's comedy has been mostly shot, but he has started a Kickstarter in order to finish the film, or more specifically, to bring Neil's erotic sci-fi fantasies to life. Liford's goal is $45,000, with his deadline set for Sept. 25 (Chronicle Editor Louis Black is a producer on the film). But this week, a mysterious benefactor stepped in to match the donations dollar for dollar (up to $1500) for everything Liford gets by the end of the day today (Friday, Sept. 4). So, check out the pitch below, and head over to Liford's Kickstarter to chip in.
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