True to 70's form Warriors AlamoCity is a back to the old school feature that brings to life a story of redemption and honor to the mean streets of San Antonio in good old 1979. In our story we find the Warriors (of The Warriors 1979 fame) of the San Antonio chapter in the midst of a new struggle brought on by the near-fatal assault of an innocent teenager brought on by the new, and notorious street thugs known only as "the Unknown Clique". Our heroes are forced to take to the streets, taking one street set at a time to locate and eliminate this new threat to the San Antonio set. Along the way each unique clique is forced to decide to take a stand with the Warriors or to walk along the darkened path of the UK. The film brings along a new chapter to the storied legend, and boasts a wicked ride of fun, plus vintage fury to an epic collision course and battle not to be missed.
Film: Warriors AlamoCity Independent Film 2010 Format: Full length Feature film 1 hour 45 minute(s) Budget: $0 Satatus: Complete
The Production Team
First time directors Lauren Garrison and Frank Ramirez of RevolutionWorks Limited, take a unique approach to the creation of Warriors AlamoCity in an attempt to recapture a vintage 70's cut in cinema. The film, which is filmed complete on digital camera, utilizes only volunteer efforts of true vintage Warriors fans young and old in order to create a tribute film in the guise of a new elaborate chapter of the storied legend. The film incorporates an improvised script, zero-dollar budget, "day of" location setting, original San Antonio music soundtrack, and all within 62 days of production. The film completely shot with Canon SD cameras and improvised lamps, and wickedly cool locations in and around and even underground the San Antonio area bring to life a story untold until now, complete in a retro 1970 circa style for your classic feel viewing enjoyment.
This film is the brain child of RevolutionWorks Ltd., including the proud work of many loyal Warriors fans locally and by true Warriors that have served and currently touring American soldiers who gave up their precious time to bring this unique film to life. Among some of our Warriors AC family include some who have passed on in life but gave a gracious effort and are now immortalized in production forever for family and loved ones to celebrate in the years to come. This film has an awesome family feel that involves the effort of over 150 volunteers, donated locations, and quite possibly the best Riverwalk chase scene that San Antonio has ever seen, definitely a must watch! The film is already complete and has been shown to select audiences in San Antonio with great praise now it is time to find the right assistance to make it legendary across the world!
Extra Contact Information and Relevant Links:
Frank Ramirez at email@example.com Lauren Garrison at firstname.lastname@example.org
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