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Congrats to ‘Peacekeepers,’ the November Project of the Month

Congrats to 'Peacekeepers,' the November Project of the Month

“Peacekeepers,” written and directed by Charlie Reeves, garnered the most votes for the November Project of the Month. The prize is a creative consultation at the Tribeca Film Institute.

Take a look at the film’s pitch:

A group of assistants in NYC get texts about grisly accidents to be prevented before they occur–car crashes, lion pit mishaps, jumpers on the Queensboro bridge. But what would YOU do if you got texts from God?; Alana isn’t buyin’ it. She likes the cash, but the God thing weirds her out. She started this job six months ago but the gig’s a bit… off. Why can’t they save everybody? If the Peacekeeper IS God with an iPhone, why use twentysomethings to divinely intervene? It’s a s**tstorm, and it’s becoming clear that even a Peacekeeper has enemies.

Find out more about the project here.

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