SAN DIEGO, CA, USA, July 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Creative filmmaker Brent Bokovoy is gearing up to complete his first feature film, and at the same time, take the world of satirical comedy for a fresh new spin with his trademark dose of Mormonesque dark humor. The film, Ronald’s Little Factory, will send ex-Mormons and post-Mormons reeling. Bokovoy’s hope, however, is to bring a smile to the faces of open-minded practicing Mormons, as well as anyone who’s raised an eyebrow at the sometimes very personal nature of religious doctrine.
Ronald’s Little Factory takes place in Ronald’s bedroom the night before this well-raised Mormon body begins his two-year mission for the church. Tempted to commit the worst sin known to man – what the Mormons call ‘self-loving’ – Ronald goes on a darkly twisted, yet refreshingly lighthearted personal journey, all while handcuffed to his bed. He has to face several visitors, including a holy sister from the local church, before he can get out of this self-inflicted mess.
Bokovoy, who wrote, directed, and edited Ronald’s Little Factory, is an award-winning San Diego filmmaker and freelance videographer. His short film, Monster in my Swimming Pool, was named Best Short Horror Film by Universal Studios. He’s also earned a nomination for Best Writer and Best Director of a Short Film from the San Diego Film Awards for his film, The Butcher Fairy, and his brilliantly horrifying Lady in the Walls garnered second place for Best Short Film from the Horror Blocks Film Contest with Rue Morgue Magazine.
He’s also a former good Mormon boy himself, and he's intimately familiar with the church’s teachings on self-love and other crazy sins.
Bokovoy has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to help cover the costs of the film. As a very niche production, the team behind Ronald’s Little Factory will be relying on public support to help make this film a success. Fans of satire and Mormonsploitation can take advantage of the fantastic awards being offered to backers when they support the project. They include a copy of the finished film, Ronald’s Little Factory merchandise, invites to post-COVID events, as well as sponsorship opportunities.
As the film takes place in one room, the project doesn’t require a large budget. It has already raised about 25% of the funding goal on Kickstarter. Bokovoy and his crew plan to shoot the film this fall, although they may push the production back further, depending on the COVID-19 situation. The film is expected to be released in the spring of 2021.
To learn more or to back this project and to bring some much-needed laughs to the world, visit the Kickstarter page for Ronald’s Little Factory.
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