Sponsored by the Denver Film Society
A handicapped kid, Jr, & a banged up crazy uncle, Ed, ride the Colfax bus @ 3am.
Jr has run away with Ed because his parents, Fred & Ethel, are getting divorced & fighting over who takes him. Neither want Jr.
Maria La Llorona, a ghost who murdered her sons to be with the man she loved, sees Jr on the bus and steals him away from uncle Ed.
Colfax 3am will be shot in May 2015. The film will tell the story of two handicapped characters and a ghost played by 3 disabled actors.
You can donate to this project via Paypal or with a credit or debit card by clicking the button above. All contributions are fully tax deductable on your 2015 return if recived by 12/31/15.
Contributors of $20 or more will receive a Colfax 3am t shirt.
Contributors of $50 or more will receive a Colfax 3am t shirt & a dvd.
Contributors of $100 or more will receive a Colfax 3am t shirt, dvd of the film & a free admission to future screenings. You will also get your name in the credits of Wild Blue Yonder, a longer film in pre-production based on Colfax 3am.
Contributors of $500 or more get a Co-Producer credit & all of the above.
Contributors of $1000 or more get a Producer credit & all of the above.
Lucy Roucis of the Phamaly Theater Company and cast member of Love and Other Drugs as well as many other stage, tv and film roles won best Actress Award from WestWord Magazine in 2012.
Stephen Hahn won the Best Supporting Actor in a Musical Award from WestWord in 2011 for Phamaly’s Beauty and the Beast.
Erik Vickers has acted onstage in Phamaly’s productions of The Elephant Man, Our Town and Ignite Theater’s production of Sweeney Todd in Denver. He will graduate in Spring 2015 from Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Raoul Vehill makes films in Denver CO. In 1995 his feature Horrorgirl won the Chicago Underground Film Festival’s Viewer’s Choice Award. From 2011 to 2014 he’s won Official Selections at RhinoFest, Galaxyfest, the Intendence Film Festival, XicanIndiefest, Blissfest and EFPalooza.