Take part in the making of Atlas Shrugged 3

Posted by awebb 6 years, 2 months ago to Entertainment
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You may not be able to be in Atlas Shrugged Part III but your product can!

The “Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?” production team is now accepting products for placement in the movie or to be used by the cast and crew during filming. Whether you’re an entrepreneur with a great product or just a huge fan who wants to be a part of Atlas Shrugged history, we’d love to work with you.

When it comes to contributed products, Atlas Productions is open to all suggestions so don’t be afraid to think outside of the box. We’re accepting props and set dressings for all the scenes including those at Galt’s Gulch, the Wayne-Falkland Hotel, and the State Science Institute. Examples of products that may be used are:

• Food and beverages
• Apparel and accessories
• Vehicles
• Electronics
• Furniture
• Home accessories/decor

We’re also accepting products that the cast and crew can utilize during filming like bottled water. This means that even if you don’t have a product that would fit into the movie, you can still play an important role in the creation of Atlas Shrugged Part III.

If your product is used in the film or by the cast and crew, you’ll receive a special “thanks” in the Atlas Shrugged Part III credits. In order to submit a product for consideration, please leave a comment here with what the product is or send me a private message. An Atlas Productions staff member will followup with you shortly.

Thanks!

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EDIT 1: From our Prop Master, to help with ideas...

- Hard hats (dirt color)
- Wooden Cigar Boxes + Cigars
- Picnic Basket
- Train lanterns
- Soup line paper goods
- Cigars
- Lighters
- Cigar cutters
- Blue camping mugs
- French coffee press
- Alcohol bottles (champagne, scotch, wine, etc.)


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  • Posted by $ BionicHotdish 6 years, 2 months ago
    Mechanical Fasteners: My company MilSpec Products manufactures quick release fastening systems primarily for transportation applications such as aviation, mass transit, military etc.. We also do custom fabrication. We would be happy to provide anything you may need in this regard. If you have any questions or would like more information, please let me know. Jeremy Summers - President - www.milspecproducts.com
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  • Posted by eimb1999 6 years, 2 months ago
    I am a modelmaker and can make a model of something for use in the film if you like. Depends on what you want made. You can see my work at "www.smallartworks.ca"
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  • Posted by $ EloiseH 6 years, 2 months ago
    I have a couple of antique railroad lanterns, probably from the Pennsylvania Railroad. All original, hanging outside a door of my house - could look at them more closely if you have any interest.
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  • Posted by tweedie 6 years, 2 months ago
    I'll donate a couple Man-PACKs if the product can be placed in the film. It is a very unique sling style vertical messenger bag that is my design. It looks masculine and is very utilitarian. You can even use it for concealed carry firearms if there are any scenes that have those. It will make a dramatic weapon draw. It's an awesome bag. Check it out at www.Man-PACK.com
    Let me know if you can use it. Cheers!
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  • Posted by cathjohn 6 years, 2 months ago
    I have a very amendable dexter milk cow. She is a small, black cow (dehorned) who would be a great, realistic prop for Galt's trip out to get breakfast...she produces the most delicious milk and butter...Top off the milk jar and hand it off - along with a couple of fresh eggs from my hens! All are so docile and easy to transport....it would be an honor!
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  • Posted by 1rattlesnake 6 years, 2 months ago
    I collect telephone equipment and have several that might be useful. Single or multi line, desk or wall mount. Even some Payphones. 1rattlesnake@kans dot com
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  • Posted by filtrim 6 years, 2 months ago
    I would like to offer my still photography skills to the effort. I have worked on motion picture sets before and would like to add shots of this film to my portfolio.
    I am thinking on-set as well as behind-the-scenes, or whatever the cast and crew would like.
    I am in Maryland and am willing to do some travel.
    -DAVE
    filtrim@aol.com
    303-842-9812
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  • Posted by $ Center7978 6 years, 2 months ago
    I also have a Jameson whiskey bottle, and a Laphroaig whiskey container (no bottle, see: http://laphroaig.com), which could be placed in a scene background. Laphroaig whiskey is a more-expensive whiskey and the container may be an appropriate backdrop at the WF hotel, in one of the TT sleeper cars, or a prized possession somewhere in the gulch (A scene where the leads meet at Midas Mulligans'.)
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  • Posted by bep_w 6 years, 2 months ago
    I own a business called Historical Designs where I design and tailor period clothing (www.historicaldesigns.etsy.com). I can also build modern tailored suits, shirts, pants, dresses, etc. If there's any way I can help the costuming dept., I'd love to do it!

    I also have a small business selling all natural beauty/grooming products: lip balm, hand cream, soaps, mud masks, etc. Perhaps these could be used as props? They could certainly be used by the cast and crew!

    Let me know what you think!
    hystericaldesigns@gmail.com
    443-791-3789

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  • Posted by $ Susanne 6 years, 2 months ago
    I wish I still had it... but I sold it a number of years ago. But it's the car I pictured.

    A Zimmer Convertable Coupe. Long, lean, elegant - and, importantly for the movie, a convertable. The scene through the Gulch, where John borrows the car and then takes Dagny on the tour - as the car is "An older Hammond Motors in remarkably good condition" and most people won't remember these, it would do well as a "Hammond", and look modern, not like a 40's Packard or such... I'll look through my files, see if I can find the guy who bought it - it was one sweet machine!
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  • Posted by petots 6 years, 2 months ago
    My company -- Argalis Consulting Group is business consulting with the idea of eliminating the "herd mentality". Bottom up process improvement vs. bureaucratic top down managing. Our sheep logo would fit in the movie theme. petots@sbcglobal.net
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  • Posted by julieruth 6 years, 2 months ago
    I own Marble Mountain Creations and I make replicas of trains (steam or diesel ) small ones more of accessories for an office or home, also collegiate bottle toppers and ornaments. I would love to add to your movie if you are in need of those types of items
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    Posted by jordanowen42 6 years, 2 months ago
    I thought you all had raised a budget already, above and beyond the $500k on kickstarter... shouldn't you be able to afford things like whats listed in edit 1?
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