LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Funding to complete the film “Voyeur,” a feature-length thriller, has reached more than 60 percent of its crowdfunding campaign goal, writer/director Delaney Bishop announced today. The “Voyeur” Kickstarter tally is racing toward the $18,000 needed to complete the film, with funding ending on May 25, 2017.
The film follows three young friends who road trip to the Coachella Valley to party in Palm Springs, hike in Joshua Tree and attend the festival. But something hides in their shadows, and the trip takes a turn toward terror. The film, shot on location in California last summer, needs completion funds for final audio, color, visual effects, as well as film festival submissions and associated costs.
A suspenseful thriller, “Voyeur” stars musician/actor Riker Lynch, (R5, “Glee”), Robert Romanus (“Fast Times at Ridgemont High”), Jennifer Blanc (“Everly”), Ayla Kell (“Saving Mr. Banks”) and Lisseth Chavez (Netflix “One Day at a Time”).
“The cast is amazing, the twist is original, and we’re already in the can,” said Bishop. “We decided Kickstarter was the best way to push ‘Voyeur’ across the finish line. We hope fans of suspense will get behind us, and we can show the finished product on the big screen.”
Bishop has again teamed with composer/producer Felix Brenner for their first full length movie. Friends since grade school, the duo earned international acclaim with their award winning short film “The Death of Salvador Dali.”
“After years of making shorts, music videos, writing scripts and composing music, we’re ready to get this movie in front of fans as we hit the film festival tour,” added Brenner.
ABOUT THE FILM MAKERS & STAR
Delaney Bishop (Bishop Takes Queen, LLC) is a writer, director and photographer based in Los Angeles. After studying Film and Television at NYU, he attended Art Center in Pasadena. Bishop has produced over 50 promos, commercials and videos, winning Promax and Advertising Age awards.
Felix Brenner (Bryan Movie LLC) is a composer and producer based in Los Angeles. His music has been performed by The Boston Pops, at Walt Disney Concert Hall and was featured on Cartoon Network.