An ordinary Police Officer struggles to find meaning, living in the shadow of the world's first Super Human.
In Powerless, Paul Benson has lost his purpose. He was a hero, a Vancouver police officer, someone who made his community a better place every single day. He tries to raise his family right, hold his marriage together and be a good cop. But he fails. Still those things are the things that give him purpose. Until the day his partner was killed. His partner was out of the car, getting their breakfast, when the world came crashing down. At least the building above him did. Paul is now in a psychiatrist’s office, on Captain’s orders, and he has to face the truth: that everything he fought and cared for is slipping through his fingers. How can he be a hero in a world with a Super Human?
During Fan Expo Vancouver (April 18-20, 2014) our team will be dressed up like our favourite superheroes and be handing out postcards to comic book, anime, sci fi and superhero fans with our STORYHIVE voting information.
Organizing a social get together where we set up voting stations using tablets, answer questions and help guide our guests through the voting process.
Once a week we will release new content about our project. This will keep our supporters engaged and help encourage them to continue to share our project.
Everyday we will be sharing and spreading the word about our project on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and other various online communities and forums. Keeping our supporters up to date on our progress.
Contacting local film groups in Vancouver about our project where we can show our pitch video like: The Celluloid Social Club, Cineworks, Create BC, Capilano University, Langara College.
Writing an email or phoning our family, friends, colleagues and past supporters asking them to share and vote for our project.