Actor, filmmaker and stunt professional Aaron Toney revealed two new images over the weekend for his upcoming independently-produced pilot, Project H, which you can view in the captioned images above. Toney made the reveal in a new Indiegogo campaign launched several days ago to help crowdfund the pilot’s post-production, after completing a five-day production slate spanning a month from mid-March.
The campaign ultimately achieved its goal of $2000, having since broken past the $3600 mark (as of this article) which could potentially be used as funds toward another episode or to provide means to trek the concept to various marketplaces virtually, and help him and his team expand his reach. An official statement has not yet been made.
Project H is based on Toney’s viral action-packed short, Throne, which he shot in 2014 with over two dozen performers, from a concept he drew together with fellow creatives Jason Sweat and Linda Jewell. We also have just a tidbit more to perceive in terms of story details according to the caption at the top of the new Indiegogo page which briefly describes the pilot as follows:
“The story of a king in a new frontier, trying to fight his way back into the hearts of his people.”Halvon Corp. Entertainment/Global Forge Studios
Also featured above is actor Yoshi Sudarso (The Paper Tigers, Buffalo Boys) who joined the pilot in February.
Project H marks the official launchpad for Halvon Corp. Entertainment and Global Forge Studios, with Sweat on board as writer and producer, and Julia Maggio serving as co-producer.
Watch the new Indiegogo pitch below.