The Videoblogs

Things get intense during Margaret (Rebecca De Ornelas) and Vee's (Phoebe Allegra) first meeting.

Things get intense during Margaret (Rebecca De Ornelas) and Vee’s (Phoebe Allegra) first meeting.

The life of a struggling young woman takes a surprise turn when a troubled teenager finds her private video journal.

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The Videoblogs was successfully crowdfunded on Seed and Spark, was shot in September of 2014, and we hope to release it in 2016.

We have a lot more planned. If you’re interested in seeing the film first, please subscribe to my list and we’ll see what we can do 🙂

Oh. And, also, since you’re so cool, feel free to watch our recently completed short film, Multiverse, for free. Right. Now. Hope you like it.

You can share Multiverse, too, if you want.

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Check out #Multiverse, a creepy #scifi #drama about a reclusive young woman braves a night out in NYC and is confronted by an increasingly isolating series of strange events: http://bit.ly/1nu5v7W

Thank you, sincerely, for your time and any help in spreading the word!

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