"Disabled List" Feature Film Dramatizes Redemption Experience

Indiegogo push will fund production of movie trailer and beyond


Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/08/2014 -- Sometimes people get placed on particular lists, and other times, people take the initiative to place themselves on those lists. Slotting one's self into a category has consequences. As life unfolds, many can't distinguish what experiences are self-imposed from the ones that were thrust upon them.

In this film, Douglas has withdrawn himself from life becoming painfully solitary. He is unable and unwilling to lift himself from a seemingly insurmountable pit of anger and despair. As the main character, he brings viewers the chance to see how much life can challenge people like him to honestly examine themselves, their lives, and their relationships.

Like many people, Douglas has others who enter his life uninvited and unexpected, demanding his space and attention. Struggling to keep his mundane life he learns from the most unlikely of people as the film takes a deeper look into the basics of friendship. The masses will both relate to Douglas and his plight, and revel in the final outcome as the movie unfolds.

Not all films handle self-examination of a character and redemption with such fresh and sensible treatment. Friendship bonds and family are shown to be key components that challenge Douglas’ desolate life. All audiences will come away with some insight, a dash of hope, and inspiration.

Founders of Flash Ambition Entertainment, Jerred Yeash and Dan D’Amicol are undertaking this as their first feature film project and the launch pad for this up and coming production company.

The success of this campaign will help bring the dramatic feature film to the masses.

About Crowdfunding
In support of its Crowdfunding campaign, Flash Ambition Entertainment is committed to
- Going to production with the teaser trailer
- Creating avenues for further funding to support the full-scale production
- Providing all promised perks to reward supporters of the campaign

The Indiegogo campaign’s initial goal of $6,000 is currently active and runs through July 24, 2014 at 11:59 Pacific Time. Full details about the Indiegogo campaign including sponsorship and involvement levels can be found at: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/disabled-list.

Media Contact
Jerred Yeash