‘Bellflower’ Production Team Announce New Film

Two summers ago, I fell in love with filmmaker Evan Glodell and his apocalyptic metaphor for the world-ending experience that is heartbreak, with Bellflower. And now, the production team behind the film, Coatwolf Productions—"a group of friends who care about making movies more than life itself"—announced today they’ve launched a new crowd funding campaign for their new film, Chuck Hank and The San Diego Twins.

Described as  "a surrealist action/drama influenced heavily by ’80s action films and side-scrolling fighting games and follows a San Diego turf war between two rival gangs," director Jonathan Keevil—whose potently heartbreaking music scored the visually inventive Bellflower—says "we want to create a visually rich world that honors, but doesn’t exploit, a time when a street fight necessitated brass knuckles, chains, cut-off jean jackets, and HUGE Mohawks." That doesn’t seem too far off the mark from Glodell’s own cinematic obsession with Mad Max and it’s inspiration for his film. 

Check out the campaign video below and more more info on Coatwolf or to donate towards the film, visit their official site. This is definitley something to be excited about.

 

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