Holly Ridge, North Carolina – Robin Hood Pictures, a Veteran owned and operated company, is raising capital to make a movie titled John Came Home with proceeds benefiting Raider Project, a charitable nonprofit organization within the GallantFew network of services.
JOHN CAME HOME, is a movie about a father’s pursuit of retribution through vengeance. John returns to his small southern home town after 15 years in military service with Marine Reconnaissance and Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC) to a family in ruins after his daughter is victimized in a sexual assault.
Raider Project Director Nicholas Koumalatsos says, “John Came Home plays right in to the struggles all Veterans face when leaving the service and how the months and years go by trying to find balance in a new mission while trying to keep our family whole.” Koumalatsos continues, “John depicts a Marine Raider and some of the struggles that all Veterans could go through. John is deployed with his team who he considers family. While he is deployed his family suffers a traumatic event which causes him to come home. He is faced with the necessity to deal with reconnecting with his family in the aftermath of this event all while transitioning from service.”
Robin Hood pictures is in the fund development stage and has activated an IndieGogo campaign (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/john-came-home#/story) to provide a location for people to back the making of John Came Home.
Proceeds from John Came Home will support Raider Project in its mission to connect with MARSOC and USMC combat Veterans and help them successfully transition into the private sector.
Koumalatsos states, “We had each others backs when in service and while deployed. The Raider Project will now have their backs now that they are at home”
The Raider Project is a part of the GallantFew network of services.
Robin Hood Pictures has set out to produce movies for the people without a religious or political agenda. Movies that set us apart for telling the stories of the men who have given everything for their country. Men who have altered the course of our history.
The Raider Project is a non-profit organization, within the GallantFew network of services, based out of Holly Ridge, NC. The Raider Project’s mission is to connect with MARSOC and USMC combat veterans to help them transition smoothly, peacefully and successfully into the private sector. Raider Project makes the connections through PTSD and TBI counseling, unconventional brain treatments for disorders of the brain and central nervous system, short term financial assistance, resume coaching and small business support, get-away retreats and fishing trips as well as community sports programs.
To learn more visit www.raiderproject.org