What started out as a game between friends . . . becomes the only way to save a man’s life.
Paul Jump and his friend Neil Bartus are experts at GEO caching. GEO Caching is the sport of modern day treasure hunting. Participants hide Cache’s and upload clues to the Internet. The coordinates and clues are downloaded and the gamers attempt to find the hidden treasure. Paul and Neil have taken the game to a higher level.
During a support rally for the Senator Robert McIntosh, a very conservative right wing politician, a bomb is discharged and the Senator’s son Matthew is kidnapped. The kidnappers make it appear that they want a 20 million dollar ransom, but the truth is the Senator is instructed to drop his resistance against the bill and let it pass. If he does not, his son will die.
While out on the GEO Cache hunt Paul and Jess, thinking they are finding a clue left by Neal stumble across a clue left by the kidnapper. At this point they are sucked into the “Game” and must find Mathew or they will die.
This high-energy thriller will cause you to look deep inside and make you ask yourself what you believe and why you believe it?
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There is definitely a delicate eye behind the camera, and a unique vision being put forth in this film. The film’s Production Chart was published on Variety.com, which states that actors Tim Russ and Anthony Tyler Quinn are part of this film:
Also recently, Ryan Dunlap has put together a teaser with :45 seconds of some of the films images. The music behind it is “Feeling Good” by The Muse:
This is an independent film directed by Jake Richardson that is being shot here in Tulsa, OK and the surrounding area. Scott Hillhouse is the man behind the camera!
Some of this footage has already been edited, and it looks GREAT! If it is ever online, I will blog about it, but for now enjoy my behind the scenes footage of Locard’s Principle.
Jake, House and I are all part of the OklahomaMovieMakers, a Yahoo group with over 600 members. If you are interested in getting involved in the film community in Tulsa, OK and the surrounding states, you should join the group.
A LOT of casting calls and crew calls for the Midwest region are posted on this site! Do you get involved in independent film in your area, if so, what do you do? What are you interested in? and Are there any opportunities for others? Please leave a comment below!
Gus Van Sant’s Elephant is an interesting look at high school. The film takes you through the day of a few students and lets you see that day through their eyes. I really liked being able to see the school day through the students’ eyes. I think that a lot of teachers and parents don’t realize how their words and actions affect the lives of children. … Click here to read more