You might think that the Australian movie Antigravity is all about profits - especially since it's a labor of love by the production team led by Director Ian James Colmer- who has spent 18 months of previsualization and art conceptualization.
But it really has a soft spot for charity. For those not aware, it has an Antigravity Film Fund, wherein the developers have chosen to donate 20 percent of their personal profits from the film to help children in need all over the world.
In the official site, they have this to say: "It is our intention to set up systems whereby clean water, food, shelter, and energy can be provided to areas where children are in need around the world, and it is our pleasure to be able to announce this film fund."
Antigravity is based on the true life story of UFO/Antigravity expert Bruce L. Cathie and experiments by Nikola Tesla (a favorite of science-fiction writers). Its soundtrack, by George Kallis, makes the movie-watching experience even more real. This one should be an intriguing watch and the charity angle makes it even worth watching even if you're not a science-fiction enthusiast.
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