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Published:March 11th, 2006 11:20 EST
 Zone15 Studios is looking for visionary directors, filmmakers, and talented artists worldwide

Zone15 Studios is looking for visionary directors, filmmakers, and talented artists worldwide

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Media Inquiries and Interviews:
Erik Anderson
The Hollywood Experiment
559-786-0025
thehollywoodexperiment@gmail.com
http://www.thehollywoodexperiment.com/

The Hollywood Experiment Unites Worldwide Artists to Create One Film

Is it possible to make a movie having never met anyone else working on the film?

Visalia, CA.(rushprnews)- Zone15 Studios is looking for visionary directors, filmmakers, and talented artists worldwide to take part in a new independent "opensource" film project, The Hollywood Experiment.

The project involves worldwide filmmakers contributing individual scenes that build upon each other to create one complete film. The creators of The Hollywood Experiment are betting with each new scene, artists across the globe will use their creativity to take the film, and the audience, in a new and unexpected direction. The Hollywood Experiment is currently accepting scene submissions for the opening scene of the film.

"We've had a ton of interest, and emails from people all over the world telling us they think the idea is innovative and cool,” says Brett Watts, co-creator of The Hollywood Experiment.  “In fact, our very first email was from Paris.  We love that this project is allowing people from across the globe to collaborate, and spotlighting true talent, irrespective of location."

“It sounds really cool,” says Rachel Flanagan, a film and music video casting director in Austin, TX.  “Good luck with your project.”

“This project is a great way for people to get recognized for their filmmaking talents,” says Dan Loiewski, a filmmaker who contributed a scene.  “I'm so glad that I heard about this project, and to be a part of something so great.”

For more information on The Hollywood Experiment, please visit www.thehollywoodexperiment.com. Members of the media wishing to speak with the creators of The Hollywood Experiment are kindly asked to contact Erik Anderson by phone – (559) 786-0025.
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