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Abduction Released

Abduction Released

Irvine, California.

Pushing the Pen presents Abduction.

In an homage to the Twilight Zone and 1950s sci-fi creature films, Pushing The Pen released the trailer for its latest film in The Indie Vision Project slate. The film is set for release on Tuesday the 7 June 2016.

A peacefully sleeping young man is attacked by a mysterious and malevolent entity.

The Indie Vision Project is a micro-budget slate of films with a focus on binge watching audience base of new media. Intended as sizzle reels for the feature and series length projects, the YouTube channel is only in its first week, but already making a social media buzz.

Check out the film for free at the Indie Vision Project’s YouTube channel. Subscribe for new content every Tuesday.

The Indie Vision Project
YouTube: The Indie Vision Project
Twitter: @TheIVProject
Facebook: theindievisionproject
Instagram: @TheIVProject

Directed by Jonathan Cocco @jonathancocco
Starring:
Anthony Corrales 
Produced & Written by David Neyts @DavidNeyts
Produced by Scott C. Brown @pushingthepen
Edited by Jonathan Cocco & David Neyts
Cinematography & Coloring: Daniel K. Herbert
Camera Operators: Chris Rivera & Eric Stayberg
Visual Effects: Chris Rivera
Production Assistants: Antoine Reekmans & Michael Jackson
Music by Christopher Slaski & Debbie Wiseman
Poster art by Michael Acker

 

 

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