After years of hard work, our documentary about Spielberg’s Duel is almost ready!
With this campaign we are trying to raise 25.000 euros,
the funds we need to be able to USE THE EXCERPTS FROM DUEL IN OUR DOCUMENTARY,
and to show it in film festivals.
We’ve been asked by fans to keep the campaign open, as they will be able to help in later date.
We decided to do so.
SO, YOU STILL CAN HELP!
Please, donate below, IN EXCHANGE WE OFFER YOU YOUR NAME IN THE TITLES OF THE MOVIE!
Thanks to everyone that has contributed so far!
DONATE AS MUCH OR AS LITTLE AS YOU WANT.
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Please, help make the film possible!
Los Angeles, October 1971. A small film, made for television, is being shot near LA under the direction of a young and unknown director. The movie tells the story of “a man, a truck and an open road”. It has attracted no attention at all. It's not based on a famous book. It has no film stars. It has a modest budget. It will be filmed in only 13 days. But film lovers all over the world will still show their admiration for it 50 years later.
The ﬁlm is called DUEL.
Present day. Fans from all over the world regularly visit the film locations in the desert next to Los Angeles. They know every angle of the ﬁlm. They go to visit the surviving truck of the movie. They can quote lines of dialogue from it. Steven Spielberg’s ﬁrst known work has become a top cinematic reference. How come this tiny ﬁlm, made cheaply and quickly for TV, has generated such a passionate, international and undying cult?
What makes DUEL so unique?
THE DEVIL ON WHEELS looks deeply into the DUEL phenomenon and, in doing so, it explores the power and fascination of films on people.