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It's been said that each of us is a spiritual being engaged in a human experience. The Red Rose is Reminiscent of a Hitchcock film., in this paranormal thriller, soulmates manage to consummate their triumphant journey into love despite the desperation and fatal efforts of a jilted wannabe suiter. The Red Rose explores the lives of two lovers, their untimely deaths and their journey afterward.

The Company, located in Culver City CA., is the vision of Wayne S. its CEO. Wayne’s sojourn into the film industry began in the early 80’s. Prior to moving to Los Angles in 1994, he had written, directed and produced numerous plays and participated in various capacities in many film and TV projects, including, among numerous others, for the New Jersey Transit authority “CHICKEN ON THE TRACKS”, “LEAN ON ME” and “CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT.

DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

Wayne S. has a signed Distribution Agreement with "Murphy Media Distribution" (Ray Murphy owner) will provide a MINIMUM OF 2000 domestic theaters across the United States and Canada. Ray is cousin of Eddie Murphy.

After expenses are paid to the producers, writers, cast, crew, distributors exhibitors and investors, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to charitable and humanitarian projects throughout the globe.

Music Coordinator for “The Red Rose”

L. Russell Brown has signed on as The Red Rose’s Music Coordinator. Brown, is an American lyricist and composer, most noted for his 1970s international hits, co-written with Irwin Levine, "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" and "Knock Three Times". He also co-wrote "C'mon Marianne" for The Four Seasons, and The Partridge Family 1971 song, "I Woke Up in Love This Morning".

Brown began his songwriting career when he was sixteen with the R&B label Fury Records. Co-writing with Ray Bloodworth in the mid-1960s, and working for Bob Crewe, he wrote the hits "C'mon Marianne" and "Watch the Flowers Grow" for the Four Seasons. "C'mon Marianne" featured in Jersey Boys, the Broadway musical. With Crewe, Brown also wrote "Sock It to Me Baby!", a 1967 hit for Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels. Other musicians who have recorded his songs include Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Perry Como, Lesley Gore, Ray Conniff, Johnny Mathis, and Donny Osmond

Low Budget films are traditionally very successful, e.g., “Stargate” Budget $55mm Gross $196,567,262; “The Others” Budget $17 million Box office $209.9 million; “The Sixth Sense” Budget $40 million Box office $672.8 million; “The Blair Witch Project” Budget $35,000–60,000, the film had a final cost of $200,000–750,000 after post-production edits. It Grossed $250 Million; “Cloverfield” Budget $25 million Box Office Gross $172 million; We anticipate our Production “The Red Rose” with a budget of $31.5 Million should be competitive with “The Others” and “Cloverfield”.

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