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The countdown has begun! Goreela Productions is proud to present you with our short film, “Out of Fire.”

See it here, and learn more about the project.

We are currently in a campaign to raise funding to film the second part of our “High Desert Trilogy.” This is where YOU can become a member of the Goreela Team and help produce our next film.

Head on over to http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1313134797/into-fire to make a donation today!

Every dollar helps, friends. We have a limited time to raise our goal amount and nothing is too little to donate. We are offering some great backer rewards for donating, including merch, copies of the film, and even being listed in the credits!

Head on over, enjoy Part I, and help us continue the story!

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Since about this time last year, the team over at Goreela Productions has been working diligently on getting the elements together to create a Western film, as it’s a genre that all of us love. Well, we’ve finally started to make some BIG steps in the direction of getting our projects underway. Yes, you read that correctly: projects. Since we’re trying to keep the basis of our film under wraps (for now), I can’t give out any plot details (yet). However, I can give you all a little teaser of what we’re planning on doing, and where we are at this moment. After re-write after re-write after re-write, we have decided to create our own Western trilogy. However, unlike Sergio Leone’s classic “The Man With No Name” trilogy, we don’t have a mass amount of cash or Clint Eastwood. So, we are still doing a trilogy, but it will be comprised of TWO short films (7-10 minutes in length) and then our full length feature. The two shorts will serve to give back-story for the feature film, and we are pleased to announce the titles of the three films, in order of production/series order: “Out of Fire,” “Into the Fire,” and “High Desert.” We are filming on location in Modoc County, in the towns of Likely and Alturas, California, and we couldn’t be more excited to work with the locals who have been so welcoming of our team and our future projects. More updates and behind-the-scenes photos to come!

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“Lou” will premiere in Susanville, California on October 22nd, 2011. Middleton Hall at Lassen Community College. Tentatively scheduled for 7-9pm; official time coming soon. See you there!

Sonoma County premiere & official release dates coming soonly enough!

lou-poster

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Goreela Productions has been asked by Happy Tugboat Productions to assist in the shooting of the upcoming original film, CODE ORANGE. Directed by Johnna Gattinella, information on Happy Tugboat and their upcoming films can be found here: HappyTugboat.com.

We are both excited and honored to help with the production of this film, and we anticipate future partnerships with both Happy Tugboat and other north bay-area filmmakers.

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Good morrow friends! Exciting news as the Official Trailer for LOU has been posted through our Facebook page. Please tell your friends and family about our project, and support your local indie filmmakers! LOU has been in the making since the Fall of ’10, was shot in January and February of ’11, and will be released shortly with totally original music composed by Jared Newman and Sean Mayfield — masters of their craft!

Upon it’s release, LOU will be bundled with our smaller projects that have been used to get Goreela Productions off the ground. We’re excited to finally be releasing these films, behind the scenes footage and photos, and more!

Stay tuned for more information regarding the formal premiere of LOU!

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I’ve put together a(n incomplete) collection of music and audio from the film Hero Juice; everything I have from the production:

http://www.mediafire.com/?5m1ab7kitw9mf7y

There’s 6 files, including music from the trailer, the voice over narration from the film, and etc.  Disclaimer: most of these are unmastered/unpolished, but they’re free, so shut up.

Sean