Individuals, foundations, corporations and other donors to play a pivotal role in success
Online PR News – 19-February-2015 – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta's award-winning, screenwriter, director, author and producer, Eric Ayala continues to make moves. He has formally launched his Kick Starter campaign for his next movie, his publicist announced today. The campaign will wrap up on March 26, 2015.
Ayala says the purpose of the campaign "is to bring my book, '...if i should die before I wake' to life on the screen. Last week I received the first $1,000 investor. I am inviting the public to become an investor, too."
As the campaign goes into the home stretch, Ayala knows that financial goals for the film can only be achieved with a strategic funding plan.
"Eric's success can be accelerated with passion, philanthropy, and partnership from the community at large," stated Fran Briggs, publicist to Eric Ayala. "He is incredibly grateful for contributions that will assist him with production priorities. Individuals, foundations, corporations and other contributors all play a pivotal role in his success."
Ayala has been published under three pseudonyms, each a variation of his full name.
Writing in the inspirational fiction genre, and using the pen name, E. L. Ayala, his first book 'Restoration' was published in 1997. Eric has been published under three pseudonyms, each a variation of his full name.
He has written, directed, and produced several stage plays including 'Strange Fruit' and 'Will You Be Made Whole' which debuted at the 14th Street Playhouse in Atlanta.
He would later pen 'Alabaster Box,' 'Two Women One Struggle,' and '…if I should die before I wake.'
The screenwriter hopes to receive commitments of $50,000 before the campaign ends on March 26. To learn more, including how the public can participate please visit, http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1358984418/if-i-should-die-before-i-wake>
For sponsorship opportunities and strategic partnerships, please contact Fran at FranBriggs@aol.com, or 206-279-0818.