film & TV Projects
Trailer: BLUE COLLAR IRAQ | Documentary | NYC
In association with Blackstaar Entertainment, Felicia is co-producing 2 film projects about her finance
Julian Van Bellinghen's experience in Iraq back in 2004. Both projects are based on first hand accounts made by Julian that he has chronicled in a book he wrote - 330 Days: The Uncensored War in Iraq .
1st - A Documentary
330 DAYS: BLUE COLLAR IRAQ, captures the most jaw dropping move of modern warfare – The deployment of a massive, untrained-for-combat Civilian Support Group to directly back an invading Military Force on foreign soil in a war zone – Julian Van Bellinghen saw a chance to tell an incredibly epic story to the public and explore a facet of the Iraq War that has NEVER BEEN TOUCHED UPON AND REPORTED ON BY THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA TO DATE, the story of the Military Contractors who kept the machine of war running while working side by side with the Soldiers of the war. Julian seeks to finish this documentary which he shot in 2004 in the Combat Zone during his time as an embedded Contractor with Haliburton.
2nd - A Feature Theatrical Film
The story of the Military Contractors in Iraq is so deep and unique that a book and documentary do not sufficiently begin to explore the most epic and incredibly unreported story of the last 20 years. Julian wants to fully realize the project’s potential power, so the Feature Film, ‘330 DAYS’ will round off the overall franchise and property nicely with a great opportunity for revenue generation, whether it is shot as an Independent or a Major Studio film. The secret to the success of this portion of the project will be in how we “Show them the Money” and what it actually takes to get the $100,000 tax-free payday in a War Zone.
Felicia worked on this film as an Associate Producer/Corporate Governance Manager over the production.
The film chronicles the journey of Ellie Walker whose life as she knows it collapses around her, forcing her to return to her childhood home which she fled when she was 18, having been frightened by paranormal phenomena as a child. Upon her return, she discovers her home occupied by a squatter, Cyrus, with legal claims to the house as she had abandoned it 14 years ago. Angered, Ellie wages a legal battle against the unwelcome squatter, but his sphere of influence grows as he intrudes in her life, poisoning her relationships and demonstrating an eerily dark connection to the house and the forces still at work therein. After moving back into her home and sharing access with Cyrus as part of a stipulated settlement agreement, Ellie struggles against an intensifying paranormal activity: an invisible horror unleashed in the house. United with her childhood friend, Josiah, Ellie discovers a darker truth to the house and its history, one that reaches into her family's past and reveals its murderous intent towards her. The further Ellie pushes for the truth, the tighter the web of supernatural forces and those who have surrendered to it tighten around her, forcing Ellie to risk everything and everyone she holds dear. The film boldly looks at issues of faith, covenant, inheritance, deliverance, and generational curses, portrayed throughout this very viscerally-portrayed, faith-based supernatural horror film.
Felicia was the Distribution Director for this film. She was hire after the DVD release date had been announced to work on a 10-week full-time interim contract. The film had a limited release and was successfully distributed at 10 theatres in 10 cities throughout the country
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