James Cullen Bressack set to revolutionize film making with, To Jennifer

Fresh off the back of 2012’s best Indie Film, ‘Hate Crime’, James Cullen Bressack is back to the found footage genre with a bang.

His latest feature, ‘To Jennifer’ will be one not to miss. He promises his new film will offer something different for the genre.  

This will be the first feature film in history to be Shot, Edited, and Distributed all on the Iphone 5.  Details at this point are scarce but Bressack promises the entire film will be available directly to your phone.  “We are working in conjunction with some great companies to deliver the first film directly tailored to mobile devices.” Bressack states.  

The film stars Chuck Pappas, Jody Barton (Hate Crime), James Cullen Bressack, among others and features a cameo from American Mary’s Tristan Risk (another winner in our 2012 awards).  The film is being produced by James Cullen Bressack, Chuck Pappas, and Jarret Cohen under the Psykik Junky Pictures umbrella.

Here Is the official Synopsis for the film:

Joey suspects his girlfriend of two years, Jennifer, is cheating on him. He is so convinced that he enlists the help of his cousin Steven to create a Video Dairy of his attempt to catch her in the act as well as to document the heartbreak she is putting him through. He intends to give this tape to her after catching her, in an attempt to make her feel guilty.

The Tagline for the film as featured on the poster is “Don’t Tell Anyone….”

This may not sound like the scariest of films but judging by the poster, there will be blood!

Bressack guarantees this will be one that you want to make sure you see EVERY second of and don’t ruin the film for others.

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