Bezahlung für Equipment, Transfer und Verpflegung
KAI and PAUL, two brothers who seem to have little in common. Whereas Paul is fighting in some unspecified war for the German Army, Kai is spending his time playing first- person shooter games.
Both have separated in the dispute and now have to cope with this difficult situation.
The goal is to create a dynamic and overall visually powerfull actionfilm. But we are also raising questions, not least with respect to the ethics of war and the usage of technical achievements in warfare.
Support us. The newcomers.
We believe that we, as an internationalteam basen in Germany can produce professional picture with the aim of great visual experiences and well- written stories.
Our standards with respect to AIMBOT are quite high, you, the potential viewers, should be allowed to immerse yourselves into our (fictional?) world and feel entertained. On the other hand side the script doesn't only contain "It's noisy and everywhere blood is quirting", but a certain point of view on these topics will be shown, mirroring not least of all those of the scriptwriter Jenny Gärtner.
We are not yet eligible for filmfunds, as most of us work primarily in the no and low- budget area of filmmaking and only those filmmakers who are able to showcase a certain degree of commercial success can apply in the first place.
A big portion of this film will be financed privately, but to do justice to our demand of the greatest possible professionality of both the production and the endproduct we need your support.
Help us realise a film you'd like to see yourself- as this is the principle of Crowdfunging- is it not?
We'll make this film for us as much as for you.
In case of a successful campaign the equipment, the transfer, the catering, the special- effect, the exoskeletons and maybe even cast and crew get paid.
Jenny Gärtner - Script / Direction/ Production
Martin Hermann - First director's assistant
Sophia Tamaro - Casting
Kevin Niegot - Paul Neuman
Svetlana Belesova - Alex
Jonathan Elias Weiske - Kai Neuman