Sunday, October 14, 2012

Casting for a new feature! '4GOSH' (For Josh)

The Rebel Deb is casting lead and supporting roles for a new feature, 4GOSH (For Josh). Message me at for a complete list of breakdowns. Submit to Appointment slots will be scheduled for October 21st, 27th and November 3rd. Shooting dates are December 1 - 18, 2012. See you there! :)

Saturday, August 25, 2012

The Rebel Deb is Back!

Hi All!

Sorry I've been MIA for so long... I've been working on my second book, CHASING MERIDIAN, and co-writing a new film, 4Gosh. With any luck, it'll shoot this December.

Kickstarter Campaign Video from 4Gosh on Vimeo.
It's a philanthropic project designed to raise awareness of teen homelessness through the fictional narrative of one boy -- Gosh -- and his struggles to escape life in his local shelter.

With that being said, I would LOVE your help.

I'm not asking you to donate to our kickstarter campaign (I promise!), but if you wouldn't mind helping me spread the word, I'd be extremely grateful.

We're hoping to raise a total of $25,000 to make this film. If you're not familiar with kickstarter, it's a website that helps independent artists fund projects through online donations. If we reach our $25K, we'll shoot "4Gosh" this December. If we don't, no one's card will be charged anything and we won't. It's that simple.

Here's a promo for the film:

Its website:

And a longer story blurb:

"Inspired by true events, 4Gosh (For Josh) tells the story of an eighteen-year-old boy raised by his sick grandmother, who’s left homeless just days before his high school graduation when she passes away. With few resources and no money to get by, Gosh is forced out of his grandmother’s apartment and dropped off at the local homeless shelter with only a garbage bag full of clothes and a used iPod T 
ouch. Gosh struggles to accept his new circumstances, living, eating and sleeping next to older, perpetually homeless men and women who torment and steal from him. Because of this, Gosh feels completely alone. But when he receives a hand-written letter from his estranged father, Carl, Gosh hopes both of their circumstances will change. Gosh visits Carl at the county correctional center, where Gosh learns that Carl’s soon to be paroled. Carl promises Gosh that, once he’s out, the two of them can start over together – as a family. Gosh leaves their visit determined to find a job and save enough money to rent an apartment and make his father’s promise a reality. As Gosh navigates the threatening city streets, trying his best to find a job and make some money, he meets people along the way who help and hurt him. And all the while, he communicates his emotions, ideas and experiences through Facebook – his last and most important link to the world outside his shelter."

Thanks so much for reading! I appreciate your time more than you know. :)

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Rebel Deb