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First it was killer crocs, then it was killer sharks, now Aussie helmer Andrew Traucki has turned his attentions to more land based predators in 'The Jungle'. The flick is currently in post production during which Traucki has managed to squeeze out a new trailer to help promote the project. It comes as part of a new campaign by the filmmaker to help score some much needed post-production funding to help get the film completed. 'The Jungle' is using crowdfunding platform site IndieGoGo in order to raise at least $16,500 to help. There's only 9 days left on the campaign so you can head to the page at the link below in order to make your contribution. In the meantime check out the new trailer with an introduction from the director below.
"A found footage effort, The Jungle is an exploration deep into the dense rainforests of Indonesia to film and tag the elusive the endangered and elusive Javan Leopard leads to a journey of terror. On their search for a reported alpha-male leopard, spotted wandering outside of its normal territory, reportedly terrorizing local settlements, a team of conservationists discover a new species, a horrifying 'apex predator' that has no fear of humans."
'The Jungle' One-Sheet
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