All Earthly Constraints

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Ryan M. Moore
Film
Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California
United States
4 Team Members
All Earthly Constraints is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of All Earthly Constraints must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

**** WE'RE GETTING THERE! ******************************

It's been a long process, but "All Earthly Constraints" will shoot in the first half of 2015.

***HUGE UPDATE 4/2012***********************

"All Earthly Constraints" is becoming a feature film! We have an investor and are hugely excited to be re-conceiving the project as a full-length film that will potentially be distributed in theaters and such. 

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Hear the amazing song "World Made of Words" written for the film by Eef Barzelay (aka Clem Snide).
Download the mp3 here!

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We're making a movie! Making movies costs a lot! If you give us money we'll be your best pal forever! Among other things we will be:

-> Making a superhero outfit that is half Jane Austen's "Emma" and half Michael Bay's "Armageddon."
-> Building an asteroid on a soundstage.
-> Flying the camera on a radio-controlled helicopter.
-> Doing love scenes that are all sensitive and stuff.
-> Defending "struggling" artists everywhere against the forces that seek to oppress them.

THE STORY:
Emily's a struggling screenwriter. So is Emma, the lead character in Emily's screenplay. But Emma is also secretly "Emmageddon" - a superheroine who brings down doom upon her enemies with the razor-sharp wit and impeccable manners of a Jane Austen heroine. (And the whole thing takes place in outer space, on an asteroid hurtling towards the Earth.)

Darius, Emily's boss, doesn't like Emily. She's always late, and also her screenplay "Emmageddon" is a revelation of Darius's real, actual plot to use an asteroid-mounted mind-erase ray to destroy the ambitions of all struggling artist-types everywhere. So Emily and her fellow writer Dylan must confront Darius- with the razor-sharp wit and impeccable manners of Jane Austen heroines, in outer space, on an asteroid hurtling towards the Earth!



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    Special Thanks and Love

    Your name in the credits of the movie! A personalized "Thank You" note written by writer/director Ryan M. Moore and personally mailed to you. Our undying love and gratitude (seriously).

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    Producer Credit, IMDB, Love

    You will appear in the credits of the film as an Associate Producer. Your name will be listed in IMDB like a real live movie person! Again, we will love you.

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    Behind The Scenes Pass!

    We send you an access code with which you can go online and view: - "Rushes" from each day of shooting - Exclusive deleted scenes - Hilarious movie industry bloopers! Also you will be credited with "Special Thanks" in the end credits and on IMDB. We will love you.

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    Autographed script!!

    A script signed by the cast, stars and crew and mailed to you. Printed on authentic movie industry paper and bound together with the same brass fasteners used throughout the movie industry. Also love. (amount over $2 is tax-deductible)

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    Limited Edition Combo Pack A!!

    It's getting crazy, you guys!! You get the associate producer credit in the film AND on IMDB! You get the access code to see the rushes, bloopers, and exclusive deleted scenes! You get the autographed script! You get love! LOVE FOR GOD'S SAKE! DON'T YOU WANT TO BE LOVED????1 (amount over $2 is tax-deductible)

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    A Line In The Movie!

    We give you a line. You say it. You're in the movie and on IMDB. Show business!! (You must transport yourself to the shoot in L.A. if you don't live here. You do not receive pay or rights to the film, but you're there, on screen, in the credits, and in the hearts of the fans!) Also every single damn thing in Combo Pack A! (amount over $2 is tax-deductible)

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    Mega-Limited Combo Pack B!!

    Those snooty jerks who got Combo Pack A think they're so hot, but they're not! Because you're going to come to school wearing Combo Pack B and then no one will ever laugh at you again!! You get EVERYTHING in Combo Pack A PLUS: Invitation to the wrap party, cast/crew premiere, and any other event we can reasonably invite people to (ie, probably not Sundance. And you need to live in L.A. where most of these events will be, or transport yourself here.) (amount over $10 is tax-deductible)

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    Ryan Writes You A Short Story

    Ryan, who wrote the movie and who in theory you believe to be a really awesome writer, writes you a short story on the topic of your choice. It can be up to ten pages long. Ryan retains copyright, but you can show it to your friends, post it online, hold it close to your bosom and hug it as you fall asleep, etc, etc, etc.

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    Executive Producer Credit

    You will be credit as an Executive Producer of the film alongside writer/director Ryan M. Moore. This is a big deal. Your name will appear on screen along with the title of the film. Also IMDB credit. And we will love you very much.

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    Your name above the title of the film, as the "presenter" of the film. You are the guest of honor at the World Premiere of the film in either Los Angeles or, if the stars align, Park City, UT. We'll fly you in, put you up, and honor you as the person who made the film possible. (amount over $600 is tax-deductible)

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