who are you and how do i contact you ?
my name is chaim bianco. i wrote shot cut and directed this thing. you can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
what is split ?
split is a feature length sci fi crime film. or: "SPLIT is a fast paced, lush nasty profane existentialist ride through an intensely cynical universe. It's a "Crime & Punishment for Dummies", chock full of juice, color, sound, fury, thuglife, hypnotism, astral projection, girly delusions, pianowire torture, corporate bullshit, and an array of doomed wage slaves trying to chew their way out of it all.
where can i see it ?
it's not done.
when will it be released ?
when it's done. the film has hit another money wall and is on hold until it recapitalizes.
what stage is it at now ?
the photography is complete. the film at a fine-cut minus effects. since split is a 2 hour long effects shot, there remains to be done a mountain of compositing, roto, scanning, grading, etc.
who is in it ?
the principal actors are jonny spanish, sean miller, julienne hanzelka kim, debbie rochon, stuart rudin, kevin pinassi, tom mccarthy, lee golden, brody stevens, ralph feliciello, bill rayhill, steve lippe, rodney gray, cameron miller, david leopold, mike raphone, and matt walsh. -- supporting actors are emmi chen, yi guo, lisa choi, daphne morales, leo allen, dean galanis, scott johnston, roni koresh, martin knopfman, yaniv, celeste arnold, karin upchurch, ebony williams, kirk morgan, the 3 jens, chrismandu, laura ann roucco, steve bird, galinkski, pete florax, george bush, saddams beard, and an amish pigs head.
will you post a trailer or movie clips ?
right now, trailers and clips are available for prospective investors and partners. when there is a general release date, there will be teaser-type material made available.
got any insights on independent film financing ?
as a matter of fact i do:   (1) "Get two people, and give one of them $100. That person then has to offer some of the money to the second person. If the latter accepts the offer, he gets to keep the money, and the first person gets to keep what's left. If, however, he rejects the offer, they have to give all the money back to you and they get nothing. From a purely material point of view, the second person ought to accept an offer of just one cent. After all, if he accepts, he gets one cent. If he rejects it, he gets nothing. However, in practice, the average minimum most people will accept is something between $30 and $40. Anything less than that is deemed insulting, and rather than have, say, $25, they'd rather have nothing and punish the other guy. Human rationality for you." -- from: inteldump
(2) "Low probability experimentation is a guaranteed waste"
if i email you a question will you answer it?
yes, i will.