Seek Help (S1) just got accepted into it's first film festival, Big Mini Media Festival in Brooklyn, NY coming up in November 2017! If you're in the area, go check it out!
Meanwhile, we've been busy plugging away on Season 2 which we will wrap filming on next month. We are excited to show you what we've been working on--it's a much larger cast, many more locations (we're excited to show off Springfield, MO to the world), and we've doubled our crew from 1 person to 2! Moving on up!
Thanks for your support and stay tuned for Season 2!
A lot has happened since we last updated our blog, but if you follow us on facebook you know we are moving forward with Season 2! The season is written, we did a cast read-through, we launched our Seed&Spark campaign for Season 2 and we're almost two weeks in and already 60% funded! We are neck deep in pre-production with faith that the rest of the funded will come through and we are posting exciting updates nearly daily on our facebook page.
If you can help pledge your support in any amount to make season two a reality, we'd be forever grateful. We think you're really gonna love Season Two. It's bigger, more ambitious, more locations, more characters, more drama, more disturbing and awkward comedy...it's just...it's BIG. Trust us.
Check out more about Season Two here: https://www.seedandspark.com/fund/seek-help-season-2#story
Crying ugly tears over here...though, admittedly it's nothing to do with those glowing reviews and everything to do with the Season Two scripts that are being born.
We are really hoping to bring you another season of SEEK HELP insanity. And trust us, S2 is insane. It's turned to 11 (thousand!). It's gonna be a huge bite to chew to produce, so now we just have to figure out how to make it happen! We hope you'll stick with us while we do!
We couldn't be more excited to be featured on Nicole Chilton's Tapioca Dance blog. Nicole interviews Seek Help creator Andie Bottrell about her many day jobs and creative projects.
Read the interview here and be sure to subscribe for weekly inspiration from kick-ass creative-types.
We're so pleased with the positive response from everyone watching the show! And guess what?! Our little show is now in the running to win $2k which would enable us to make a second season. You can help us get there by simply clicking this link: https://www.stareable.com/series/view/seek-help You can click it once a day from all your devices. The show with the most views on their Stareable Profile at the end of the month wins and we are currently in 3rd place out of over 3,000 shows! Pretty dang cool. But to get to #1 we need everyone's help clicking that link (just takes 2 seconds--no entering info or watching anything!) THANK YOU!
Speaking of Season 2... It's a real, big production full of mystery, revenge, humor, heartbreak, and rebirth. I hope you get the chance to see it!
Exciting news! We're screening at The Albatross! If you couldn't make our first screening of season 1 of Seek Help at The Moxie, we hope you'll join us for our second screening of the series at The Albatross. Surround yourself with The Albatross's cool aesthetic vibe, smoke some flavored hookah and sit back and enjoy the show. We're screening all ten episodes back to back (each episode is 5-10 minutes, and all together the run time is 1 hour and 12 minutes).
Check the Facebook Event for more details (linked here!)
We're super excited to announce that Seek Help is now up on Stareable.com (a website that showcases and promotes webseries). If you've already binged your way through the first season and enjoyed it, please consider leaving us a review to help us get featured and grow our audience!
Here's what people have been saying so far...
Go leave your review on our Stareable Page at https://www.stareable.com/series/view/seek-help
Seek Help creator and star Andie Bottrell and Director of Photography Jonathan Stratman sat down with Daniel Posey of Filmmaking Fascination to discuss the process of making Seek Help. Here is the teaser for the episode which will be released later this week.
Just found these awesome plugs from last week leading up to our screening at The Moxie of the whole first season. Thank you Chris the Critic at OzarksFirst and USA Today for plugging our little show!
We had a great screening last night! The house was nearly sold out and the audience laughed a whole lot, cried some, and audibly gasped at least once--which was so fun to experience! We can't wait for everyone else to experience it for the first time online! Head over to the "Watch" page to do just that.
And let us know what you think! If you like it, please share it! Got questions? Drop us a line in the "Contact" section. We'd love to hear from you.