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Update #6 (July 6th, 2019): We have a new investor: Luan da Silva Garibaldi! So now we only need $3,165 more to be able to shoot the movie the way we want! 

Update #5 (July 5th, 2019): Screen captures from the first two days of shootings: weputtheworldtosleep.com/#jp-carousel-1400

Update #4 (June 22, 2019): We’re in Ceșme (Izmir, Turkey), a bit late on filming, doing the last technical preparations to start shooting till the end of June. We will continue to accept the so-much-needed donations and investments for the entire duration of production. Your urgent support is crucial!

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Update #3 (May 22, 2019): We start shooting on June 16th. There’s very little time left to raise the full budget, so we did some changes to be able to shoot with even less than planned. But it’s crucial that we get more money, otherwise we might be forced to stop in the middle of shootings. Please check this page and support the project anyway you can, via investments, donations or sharing. Thank you so much!

Update #2 (May 7, 2019): We just got a new $335 contribution from Mladen Adamovic (the creator of Numbeo), so now we need $4,165 more to shoot the movie. Please share!

Update #1 (March 26, 2019): We just got a new $500 contribution from Jacob Hair and he became our new Associate Producer! So now we need $4,500 more to shoot the movie, either from investments or donations. Please share!

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After a prolonged hiatus due to various reasons (con-artist Andrea Corbella being the main one), we finally managed to restart pre-production and this time for good, with a highly improved concept and a mind-blowing ending for the movie. We’re getting ready to shoot this spring (June 2019), but we need at least $5,000 extra budget because of all the extra expenses.

You can support the project by either donating or investing in exchange for producer credits (onscreen and on IMDb) and returns on your investment:

  • $5,000 investment: Executive Producer official credit + 10% of the revenues
  • $2,500 investment: Associate Producer official credit + 5% of the revenues
  • $1,000 donation: Executive Producer official credit
  • $500 donation: Associate Producer official credit
  • $100 donation: Very Special Thanks official credit
  • $50 donation: Special Thanks official credit
  • $25 donation: Thanks official credit

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Storyline: While making an apocalyptic film about two lovers ending the world, an ambitious couple abandons production and embarks on a secret mission to end the world for real to save it from its painful existence.

Genres: Apocalyptic Sci-Fi, Dark Romance, Psychological Thriller, Metaphysical Drama, Antihero Film, Mockumentary, Found Footage, Cinema Verite, Mumblecore.

Keywords: Filmmaking, Acting, Sociopaths, Idealism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, End of the World, Antinatalism, Voluntary Extinction, Artificial Intelligence, Technological Singularity, Evolution, Animal Rights, Human Rights, World Problems, Rebels, Genetics, Computer Hacking, Social Issues, Changing the World, Saving the World, Female Antihero, Meta, Parallel Realities.

Directed, produced & written by Adrian Țofei, starring Duru Yücel-ȚofeiAdrian Țofei & Andreea Enciu, with Jay Sorensen, Danha Yunes, Brandon Hart & Ricky Chen attached as Executive Producers, and Sarp Onat Yucel, Naomi GoffJacob Hair & Duru Yücel-Țofei attached as Associate Producers (so far).

Adrian Țofei directed, produced, wrote and starred in Romania’s first found footage horror movie, Be My Cat: A Film for Anne, for which he won multiple awards and critical acclaim, including Best Film at A Night of Horror Film Festival in Sydney and Best Actor at Nashville Film Festival. Be My Cat was called “terrifying” by Austin Chronicle, “a new intelligent found footage film you need to see” by Blumhouse, got listed by Dread Central in Top 5 Best Horror Movies of 2016 and has an 83% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Adrian plans to do We Put the World to Sleep based on controlled improvisation, work on the movie till it’s strong enough to break through the world’s top general film festivals (Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Venice, Berlin, Telluride, SXSW, Tribeca) or top genre festivals (Sitges, Fantasia, Fantastic Fest) and secure a top distributor that would release the film worldwide and bring a return on everyone’s investments.

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