So you want to support this crazy new werewolf-cop movie, but don’t know how? This list of the Top 10 Quickest Ways to Earn Votes is THE ULTIMATE WAY to show your support for WOLFCOP! First thing you want to do is go to www.cinecoup.com and LOGIN. Read more
So close, yet so far! WOLFCOP is proud to have made it past 8 gruelling weeks of the CineCoup Accelerator and its way to the prestigious Top 10! Out of the 90 projects that started out in the beginning, WOLFCOP is the last Saskatchewan project remaining as well as the only horror film. The Top 10 projects have been optioned by CineCoup and are taking each of the packages to the Cannes Film Festival to increase international interest! LOG ON to CineCoup, SIGN UP and EARN VOTES! The next and FINAL round of voting for the Top 5 projects begins May 29 – June 2! Today marks the launch of our (faux) political campaign to VOTE WOLFCOP!
Check out this week’s mission consisting of the attack ads we’ve done #allingoodfun for each of the remaining 9 teams.
Echolands is proud to show you the teaser for T.R. McCauley’s The Medicine Line. A fantastic new, Weird Western webseries that takes place in the old Northwest Territories, in the late 1800s.
“In the desolate territories of the Cypress Hills, A corpse swings from a lone tree on the prairie… The year is 1878 and the while the sight wouldn’t be considered commonplace, it would scarcely be a shock. But the man swinging from the noose is no everyday horse thief or outlaw, he is being searched for and the discovery of the body will set in motion events that will never be recorded by history, nor believed if they were.
Hidden in the wilderness on the edge of the unmarked frontier between the United States and the “Northwest Territories” sits a town not much more than a few barely standing buildings. But this “ghost town” for some is the last refuge from damnation.
The town sits at the centre of a massive circle of stones, stretching for miles. It has been used as a place of healing and protection by many of the tribes of the First Nations people. Recently, it has found a new purpose; as a refuge and a place to hide for the unfortunate men and women who have bartered their souls to the Devil himself…”
BREAKING: This just in! WOLFCOP will be at the CALGARY COMIC & ENTERTAINMENT EXPOApril 26-28! Very exciting as WOLFCOP gets to mingle amongst fantasy, horror and sci-fi fans alike! Check us out at Booth #924 for some sweet swag and giveaways as we will be urging people to go to CINECOUP to vote for their favorite projects!
Make the time to stop by the booth and get your photo with the one and only… WOLFCOP!
CineCoup‘s second week challenge was to shoot a video that reveals a few tips and tricks to keep production under budget! TEAM WOLFCOP explored many avenues for bringing WOLFCOP to life on the big screen. We feature practical effects inspired by classic horror films such as Jaws and An American Werewolf in London.
You might be surprised with their decision… Check it out here!
Just over a week in and #WOLFCOP is already gaining lots of steam! The trailer has spread across, even outside of Canada! Since our first #WolfWednesday, the trailer has gotten tons of support (both on Facebook and Twitter) from other horror indie filmmakers and fans worldwide!
Check out some of the posts and press that has hit the blogs so far:
Echolands Creative is proud to begin this crazy journey as we begin the journey to produce our first feature length film called WOLFCOP! Written and directed by Lowell Dean, WOLFCOP is exactly what it sounds like: a cop that just so happens to be a werewolf! Produced right here in Regina, Saskatchewan, WOLFCOP is one of 90 film projects across Canada competing in the film accelerator program known as CineCoup. The CineCoup Film Accelerator is a model for indie filmmakers to develop, market and finance their feature films ideas. Teams submit a two-minute trailer then go through a gamified selection funnel that’s designed to package projects and build fan support through social media. JOIN CineCoup to vote for your favorite project! Earn more votes by participating in Fan Missions! Voting begins March 21st, 2013 and go through till May to narrow down to the Top 60, 40, 15, 10 and 5. The winning project receives one million dollars in production funding and guaranteed theatrical release across Cineplex theatres in Canada. Ain’t that cool?!
Once again… Echolands is taking their talents to Moose Jaw! That’s right Moose Jaw.. watch out! Saturday, January 21st, 2012… at the Mae Wilson Theater, we will be featuring three short films by Saskatchewan filmmakers! If you missed our End of Summer Screening Shindig, here’s your chance to catch T.R. McCauley’s Hunting Ground, Rob Hillstead’s Chelsea and Trevor Corrigan & Bernie Hernando’s Betty Boom! Tickets are only $10 and are available at Bloodline Tattoos and at the Mae WIlson Theater. C’mon Moose Jaw… come see what all the fuss is about.