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FAVOR doing fans a little favor on iTunes

Conspicuous Pictures offers a special iTunes promotion - anyone who rents or purchases “FAVOR” on our release date of Tuesday, April 22nd (or pre-orders it beforehand) will get access to our 28-minute behind-the-scenes documentary, “PARTY FAVOR”.
Conspicuous Pictures offers a special iTunes promotion - anyone who rents or purchases “FAVOR” on our release date of Tuesday, April 22nd (or pre-orders it beforehand) will get access to our 28-minute behind-the-scenes documentary, “PARTY FAVOR”.
Image courtesy of Paul Osborne and Conspicuous Pictures

“A friend helps you move…a good friend helps you move a body,” That's the twisted theme of "FAVOR", an outstanding independent film from Conspicuous Pictures that explores the darkest side of friendship. And if you’re excited about the upcoming release of “FAVOR” to video on demand this coming Tuesday, April 22nd, you’re going to be over the moon with their awesome launch date promotion.

Watch the promotional video on Vimeo here.

Producer, screenwriter, and director, Paul Osborne says “We have a special iTunes promotion - anyone who rents or purchases “FAVOR” on our release date of Tuesday, April 22nd (or pre-orders it beforehand) will get access to our 28-minute behind-the-scenes documentary, “PARTY FAVOR”. All they need to do is email any sort of proof-of-purchase they desire to info@favormovie.com, and we'll reply with a private link to watch “PARTY FAVOR”. This doc is unavailable to see any other way.”

Did you catch that? The documentary is unavailable to be seen any other way except for those who purchase the movie on April 22nd or pre-order it now and email their proof of purchase to the FAVOR Movie email address above. For film buffs, this is a gift. See all the behind-the-scenes magic; how the film was made to include bloopers. Who doesn’t love bloopers?

Why did Osborne put in that extra effort to make the “PARTY FAVOR” documentary?

“PARTY FAVOR is a comedic look into the trenches of FAVOR's production. It was a pretty goofy shoot despite the serious subject matter of the screenplay, and we managed to catch a lot of that on camera. There are bloopers, outtakes and other shenanigans that we wanted to share with fans so they could not only enjoy the movie, but experience the fun we had making it in the first place.”

Considering the dark theme of the movie (check out the review of FAVOR here), viewers might really need “PARTY FAVOR” to lift their mood afterwards. So what in the world are you waiting for? Pre-order FAVOR on iTunes here.

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