When widower Robby Bowser and his business partner, Kupo, are ambushed on what's supposed to be another routine delivery, he questions the risk involved in his career of choice. With a feeling of obligation to his late wife's sick father-in-law and a failed arrangement with a precarious doctor and supplier, he struggles to keep his business going while maintaining what's left of an awry relationship with his teenage son, Aiden. In the midst of finding alternative revenue streams, the backlash from the delivery ambush resurfaces, revealing deceptive practices from people closest to him, forcing him to adjust his moral code and make a few detrimental decisions.

Genre: Suspense/Drama

Status: Seeking investors

Directed by: no director attached

Staring: Rick Walters

Produced by: Chris Taylor

Production Co: Adventus Films

Budget: Less than $50k

Projected Start Time: Late 2018

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co-writer, producer & cinematographer

Chris Taylor

Formerly a Marine Corps photographer, Chris worked as a gaffer before shooting and editing full time with Adventus Films, working on several award-winning films including A Man, Buried.


Arthur Rains-McNally

As a filmmaker, Arthur, spends his nights writing and his weekends blocking and shooting. He has written multiple features and television pilots in addition to a horde of short films. Arthur, along with cowriter Guy Steele, has won many awards for their spec pilot Czar of Detroit— winner Las Vegas Screenplay Contest and finalist of 5 other script writing contests.

producer, role of "Robby"

Matt Medisch

Rick is a seasoned stage, film, and television actor with credits including NBC's Grimm, Sifi's Z-Nation as well as several leading and supporting roles in the Seattle independent film community. He has experience as an acting coach and a mentor for other actors and crew in addition to behind-the-camera roles of writer, director, assistant director, producer and production coordinator.

A Man, Buried



Marla Mae

Killing Joke


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We have a great track record of producing quality motion pictures and we need the financial support and business partnership of investors to bring Martingale to the screen. In the narrative space, a team is certainly not complete without the Executive Producer to actualize an important story like this and we certainly love the idea of building a relationship that could lead to other future projects.

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Those who want to help bring Martingale to the screen can have very high earning potentials on the back end (as shown in the case studies below). Simply put, for every $100 put into this movie, you the investor own .05% share of it, for total share of 50% for $100k. Also, before the producers profit from any revenue, each financial partner must receive 100% of their investment back + 20% interest.

While the motion picture industry can sometimes be a fickle one, it often depends on the efficiency of the movie's crew through production and its distribution strategy thereafter. With a micro budget like this, it may stifle some of its market potential with the lack of big name talent and explosions (why people go to the movie theater right?) but it stretches our profit probability enormously for the direct to DVD/Blu-ray market. One great example of that is our production partner's movie The Invoking, which has made over $300k for a small cost of only $11k and contains an entirely unknown cast. It went on to win four awards at film festivals, one of which enabled the distribution deal that it has through companies like Amazon, Redbox, Best Buy, Walmart, etc. and provided the much needed marketing campaign as well.

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If you'd like to speak with us about investment opportunities or see the INVESTOR PROPOSAL, please contact the number or email below. We're looking forward to hearing from you!

Chris Taylor





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