Last week, over fifteen cast and crew members braved the 95 degree weather to shoot MAJA Pictures’ Indiegogo campaign pitch video, set for web release on June 19, 2013. The video, which spoofs a well-known police reality show, was shot Saturday, June 1, 2013 in two locations. The first location was West Brandywine Police Department where Chief Werner and Officer Craig gave the cast and crew full access to the facility. “We took some great shots there. The fact that they allowed access to areas normally not visible to the public truly added a level of authenticity to each shot. They were really great,” said Ozzie. The second location, in Wayne PA, was an office converted into a police detective unit with an interrogation room. “We had a lot of fun at this location. The crime reality show that we are spoofing always ends with the homicide investigator interrogating a suspect who most of the time is a complete moron so that’s how I’m pitching the idea of the Peace-by-Piece miniseries in this Indiegogo video, I’m playing the moron,” says Ozzie. But Ozzie wants to clear up any confusion about the Idiegogo campaign video and the Peace-by-Piece miniseries. The Indiegogo video is comedic but the Peace-by-Piece miniseries is a dramatic series. Most Indiegogo pitch videos entail the producer or the director talking about the plot of their show in order to garner support and contributions for their cause. Most of these pitches add little production value to their video. “I wanted to do something different. I wanted to make the contribution pitch for the last six episodes of the series (pilot and 2nd episode are already funded) unique and also show some level of production value. If anything, if the campaign doesn’t meet its anticipated mark, my hope is that the video can get some laughs and harness attention to both the series pilot and 2nd episodes,” says Ozzie.