Roulette Released

Roulette Released

Irvine, California.

The Indie Vision Project announced the release of its debut film Roulette, produced by Pushing The Pen, is now available for viewing online. Founded by Scott C. Brown and Jonathan Cocco, The Indie Vision Project is a slate of micro-budget films that focus on the new media binge watching audience.

“We’re set to launch a new film every Tuesday for a very long time.” Stated Jonathan Cocco. “There’s no shortage of stories from our end.”

“As our audience develops, we’ll be expanding the length of these projects and many will be come series,” Said Scott C. Brown “We’re just setting the groundwork for some major changes to the indie film world as a whole. We started it when we founded Max It, and it continues with The Indie Vision Project!”

Roulette is a Twilight Zone-esque film where on a darkened theater stage, four seemingly unrelated strangers engage in a deadly game of Russian roulette. With no hope and no explanation as to why they are there, each player will be confronted by their tragic past and their desperate future.

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

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

Written, directed & edited by Jonathan Cocco @jonathancocco
Jamie Miller @JamieTheMiller
Earl Reginhard @EarlTheReginhard
David Neyts @DavidNeyts
Anthony Corrales 

Produced by Scott C. Brown @pushingthepen and David Neyts
Executive Producer: Earl Reginhard
Director of Photography: Kevin Boot
Lighting & Assistant Camera: Ed Magik
Visual Effects: Chris Rivera
Production Assistants: Antoine Reekmans & Michael Jackson
Music by Christian Garrick, Kevin MacLeod, Paul Mottram and Christopher Slaski
Special Thanks to The Colony Theatre
Poster art by Michael Acker

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