Peer Pressure

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The lives of five High School students are changed forever while serving detention on a Saturday. Principal Matthew's task on the Saturday after Homecoming is to oversee detention. At Evans High School, students pick up litter on the school grounds as punishment. Five students from various backgrounds serve detention together and it doesn't take long for conflicts to arise, bullying to begin and… See Full Story

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The lives of five High School students are changed forever while serving detention on a Saturday.

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Principal Matthew's task on the Saturday after Homecoming is to oversee detention. At Evans High School, students pick up litter on the school grounds as punishment. Five students from various backgrounds serve detention together and it doesn't take long for conflicts to arise, bullying to begin and for tensions to flare. Problems outside of school with substance abuse, teenage pregnancy, and domestic abuse affect the emotions and decisions of everyone involved, culminating in a series of unexpected events that influence the future for each character.

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Details

Expense figures are based on actual research and the hands on knowledge of the Management Team who have worked in the feature film and television industry for over 25 years.

BUDGET: $2,624,040.00 - Production Budget

  • Total Above-The-Line $788,839
  • Total Below-The-Line Production $1,219,614
  • Total Below-The-Line Post $218,837
  • Total Below-The-Line Other $396,750
  • Grand Total $2,624,040.00
  • Tax Credit - Estimated at $300K + (Georgia Tax credit)

IA SAG-AFTRA

The $2.6 Million dollars is used for hiring employee’s including P & W and union fringes, legal fee’s, publicity, location fee’s, rental of equipment, post production, travel expenses, insurance, permits, materials, and supplies.

A detail budget summary of all estimated cost are available for your review. The budget falls under the SAG - AFTRA diversity contract and IATSE Tier 1. DGA and WGA are not required under this feature film due to the writer/director not being a member of both unions.