Hi anaam!

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Question about your package?
Tom Lapke
(917) 722-2401
tom@reelarc.com

 Tom Lapke isPoint of contact for this stage of the process

Included with your package: 

Two scenes that are each up to 0:45 in length

One scene that is up to 1:30 in length

Custom scripts

Sound design

Color correction

Score (as needed)

SmartDrive

Reel Edit

 

 


My [Scripts]

 
 
 

Question about your scripts or Pre-Production?
Tom Lapke
(917) 722-2401 ext. 2
tom@reelarc.com

Question about your shoots or Production?
Steven Schmidt
(917) 722-2401 ext. 2
steven@reelarc.com

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APR-132DR-0340B

Anaam is slick, ruthless CEO that is interrupting a date that a rival is on. She has gone to the bathroom and Anaam has approached the table while she is gone. He tells the rival not to worry, this won't take a second and he will be gone before she gets back. He tells him that he is sick of his rivals bullshit and so he decided to do something about it, went out and found the investments, and as of this morning, own 51% of his company. Putting his rival out on his ass. He then tells him dinner is on him, the least he can do.
THINK: Billions

APR-132DR-0341C

Anaam is a special forces interrogator, he is questioning a captured spy. He needs to find out the location of a file that the spy stole, but he is not talking. He lets him know that he will ask him one more time, and then he is going to start asking his daughter (and name-checks her school) to see if she might know (a thinly veiled threat). The spy talks.
THINK: Homeland

APR-132DR-0342C

Anaam was an interpreter for the US forces in Iraq. He was a civilian and therefore not mentally equipped to deal with the carnage he saw. He is meeting with a therapist to deal with his PTSD. Anaam tries to come to terms with the things he saw.
THINK: In Treatment


MY [GALLERY]

 

Question about Post Production?
Steve Boghossian
(917) 722-2401 ext. 2
postproduction@reelarc.com

 
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