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The Company is seeking finance for producing the feature film, "E=Motion", a sci-fi movie about a road trip to the end of the universe. E=Motion offers mass appeal as a dramatic sci-fi thriller.

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  • 53%
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    25 May 2015

    £25,000
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    £22,438
    pre-money valuation

    52.70%
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    4
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    £3,294
    pledge per investor

    08158409
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