For its first film production, Kitefliers Studios needed a website where it could offer a trailer of their new short, The Bedford Devil, but it also had a few other requirements. Kitefliers was crowdsourcing funding and needed a location to both reach out to prospective funders and to also acknowledge the ones it had. Bedford was also submitting and screening at film festivals and needed a place to announce those screenings. Plus, Kitefliers wanted to establish the artists both in front of and behind the camera who primarily came from the Tampa Bay region.
While many film websites welcome multimedia into their sites, they tend to fall short beyond that, offering a smattering of credits, and very little information about what the film is actually about.
I built BedfordDevil.com on a WordPress engine to create a landing page where fans, funders, cast, crew and prospective audience members could all gather, finding every available way they can support and enjoy The Bedford Devil.