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Posted: Thu Sep 22, 2011 1:00 pm Post subject: PR: SBD Spanking Out a Dark New Fetish Web-Series
Los Angeles, CA (Sept. 15, 2011)
LOS ANGELES, Local Los Angeles web-series, “Safe Word,” spanking it’s way into production.
The twisted new web-series, “Safe Word,” will commence production late September 2011. The taboo laden story stars Ryan Kiser (Potpourri, I’m Not Jesus Mommy), Rachel Grubb (Bloodstruck, Cut) and Anne Westcott (Monday Morning, Third Party ‘0. The cast also includes the talented Devanny Pinn (Pirahnna, Vivid), Scott McClure (The Joker Blogs), and Tyrel Ventura, son of Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura and Producer of the hit truTV series, Conspiracy Theory.
Determined to work together again, Brooke Lemke, Ryan Kiser, and Rachel Grubb began discussing potential projects. Rachel had a very compelling story that she had been working up into a feature film. After discussion, the group determined that this “little tongue in cheek” gem was something that definitely translated into a compelling episodic mini series for the web. The group forged into production right away. Brooke Lemke gets the nod as director. “I am very excited to take the Director’s chair again,” she says. “I am anxious to work with such a talented cast and bring my vision of this interesting story to life.” The project will be produced under Brooke and Rachel’s label SILENT-BUT-DEADLY PRODUCTIONS with Ryan producing on the series as well. Silent-But-Deadly Productions achieved much success and recognition as an independent production company in Minneapolis whose goal is to provide strong roles for women in front of and behind the camera. SAFE WORD will be it's first Los Angeles based production.
The story itself Rachel describes as, “a dark and revealing story about a man, Logan, with a secret, and the lengths he will go to come to terms with it.” Logan will be played by Ryan Kiser. When asked about the role Ryan said, “ It’s more than just a guy who has a weird fetish. It’s a complex role wrapped into a very different type of story. It‘s going to be challenging.” Rachel, in addition to being the writer, also plays one of the lead female antagonists, Miranda, in the story.
The series is almost entirely being funded by the generous contributions of the cast and crew. Additional funding for elements of principal photography and post production are being sought. Contributions can be made at the indigo site:
The series, currently comprised of twelve episodes, is slated for an early 2012 internet release. There are also tentative plans to turn the story into a short film for later release.
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