On May 30, 2013, “The Night Visitor” team announced that their Kickstarter campaign has ended and was successful. They more than met their goal!
“The Night Visitor” film project’s April 29-May 29 campaign’s goal was to raise enough funds to complete post-production of the film.
“This is a sci-fi/horror film about a couple trying to save their marriage and protect their son from a terrifying unseen supernatural entity.” – Mark Gantt
Supporters helped by pledging at BewareTheNightVisitor.com to raise the requested $12,500.
Their goal was more than met, as it exceeded with a generous 157 backers donating $17,038!
The moment it was known that the film’s goal was reached, a heartfelt thank you went out from the person leading the project and representing “The Night Visitor” Team, Mark Gantt.
“Just wanted to take a quick moment tonight to thank all of you for believing in us and this project. We’ve worked so hard, and to have you all back and support us means so much!
We will be following up in the next few days, but wanted to sincerely thank you all tonight!!!” – “The Night Visitor” Team
Actor, and co-producer of this film, Michael Biehn (from “Aliens,” “The Abyss,” “Terminator,” “Terminator 2: Judgement Day,” and more) is husband to actress Jennifer Blanc.
The husband-wife team’s company, Blanc-Biehn Productions, is producing this film.
“The Night Visitor” screenplay is by the Marcus brothers. It is directed by Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, written by Lony Ruhmann and produced by Mark Gantt. This is Jennifer’s directorial debut!
The film stars Brianne Davis, Gary Cairns II, Hudson Pischer, Vedette Lim, Tara Buck, Mark Gantt and Jennifer Blanc.
Mark Gantt is an actor, director, producer and writer who is probably best known for his role as Neal Bannen in the award-winning web series, “The Bannen Way.” He has worked with Brad Pitt in “Ocean’s Eleven” (2001) and in the TV shows “Alias” (with Jennifer Garner), “Without A Trace,” and “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” among many other film and TV projects!
To learn more about this film and its stars go to Examiner article and the film’s website.
The team would like to thank everyone who helped meet the film’s goal. Special thanks goes to The TerminatorFans.com who promoted the Kickstarter campaign.
Supporters and fans can enjoy learning more about the film by following “The Night Visitor” on Facebook.
For campaign results go to Kickstarter.