The Night Rain Campaign Strong On Indiegogo

The Night Rain Campaign Strong On Indiegogo

Los Angeles. CA.

The campaign for Jeanne Marie Spicuzza’s feature thriller “Night Rain” going strong on Indiegogo The next indie thriller from Seasons & a Muse Productions and the award-winning producers of “The Scarapist,” which comes to VOD and DVD later this year, has launched its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.

“Night Rain” marks the second feature from actress, screenwriter, producer and director Jeanne Marie Spicuzza. “Night Rain” is the story of a group of young indie filmmakers, headed by an actress and producer named Ava, played by Spicuzza, who are unwittingly hired by their own stalker to make a movie about a famous unsolved Hollywood murder from the 1940s, but soon find themselves the subject of their own terror. Packed with exciting perks and opportunities fashioned after the icons of film noir, the “Night Rain” campaign has already secured over 60% of its campaign total.

“’Night Rain’ is inspired by survivors and victims of violence, particularly women, and an homage to the Golden Age of Hollywood and indie filmmaking,” said Spicuzza. “It’s the first time in cinema history that this victim will be humanized, rather than humiliated, and portrayed authentically, from the feminine perspective.” Other cast and crew include Spicuzza’s husband, drummer Guy Hoffman of Violent Femmes and BoDeans, R. Michael Gull, Massimiliano Trevis, Synthian Sharp, Jessaymn Prince and more to be announced. “The support [for “Night Rain”] has been overwhelming,” said Spicuzza. “The title comes from my granddaughter, Amaya, whose name means ‘Night Rain’ in Japanese.”

“Night Rain” is slated to shoot in Los Angeles in fall of 2016.

Seasons & a Muse, Inc., founded in 1993, is a seven division arts and entertainment corporation, which includes publishing, product development, marketing and motion picture production.

Contact: Seasons & a Muse, Inc. (310) 827-6495 [email protected]

Facebook Links:

https://www.facebook.com/nightrainmovie/

https://www.facebook.com/jeanne.spicuzza

https://www.facebook.com/seasonsandamuse/

https://www.facebook.com/TheScarapist/

Twitter Links: @NightRainMovie @JeanneSpicuzza @seasonsandamuse @TheScarapist @massitrevis @Synthian @JessamynPrince

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