The Quiet Underneath

The Nymph of Nocturne Offering Circular

Scooter Girl Productions

&

Stream Train Productions

in association with

Indie World Productions                          
Private Placement Memorandum

A limited partnership
activated on:
Date: _________________________


General Partners
Robbin Michael Wagner
Brooke Laurel Denman


Offer $10,000 
Of limited partnership interests
at $1000 each
To finance the production of 
“The Nymph of Nocturne”
A short feature film
Director
Robbin Michael Wagner
Written by
Robbin Michael Wagner & Brooke Laurel Denman


A Legally Exempt Private Securities Offering under Regulation D
Sale of Equity


These securities involve a high degree of risk, and should not be considered by persons who cannot afford the possibility of loss to their investment.
These securities are being offered under an exemption from registration and general solicitation pursuant to Securities and Exchange Commission Regulation D. Whether these securities are exempt from registration pursuant to Rule 501-506 or otherwise has not been passed upon by the Securities and Exchange Commission or any other regulatory agency, nor has any such agency passed upon the merits of this offering. Any representation to the accuracy or completeness of the Memorandum or the Limited Partnership Agreement accompanying it constitutes a federal offense.


Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Upside Potential
Box Office
Admissions
Screens
Prospectus
Percentages
Risk to Investors
Subscriptions
Monies Advanced by General Partner
The Film
Estimated Production Expenses
Logline
Synopsis
Director/Producer/Writer
Cast
Subsidiary Rights
Liability of Partners
Additional Information
Accredited Investors
Limited Liability Agreement
Formation of the Partnership
Partners Name and Principle Office
Business of Partnership
Term
Capital Contributions
Loans by General Partner
Allocation of Net Profits
Allocation of Losses
Cash Distribution
Bank Accounts
Books, Records and Accounts
Rights and Power of General Partner
Amendment Modification
Sale of Production Rights
Filing of Certificates
Execution of Counterparts
Notices
Termination
Warrants of Limited Partners
Successors and Assigns

“The Nymph of Nocturne”
A short feature film

Director
Robbin Michael Wagner

Written by
Robbin Michael Wagner & Brooke Laurel Denman

Producers
Robbin Michael Wagner Brooke Laurel Denman

Executive Producer
Robbin Michael Wagner

Executive Summary

Scooter Girl Productions will operate as a Limited Partnership, and the total capital required from the limited partners is $10,000 USD. Limited partnership interests are being offered. Each interest is worth $1000.

The Partnership pays investors a 100% return on their investment before any profits are split with the producers. Once the investors have recouped 100% of their investment, the remaining profits are split 50-50 with the producers. 
“The Nymph of Nocturne” script is completed and ready to go into pre-production immediately.  

The operating budget is $10,000. Our goal is to raise sufficient funds to reach our operating budget. We have in place new name talent, we have top of the line crew and therefore we will achieve higher production value with the use of Full HD cameras, Fluid Head Tripods and Sliders units.  The budget will be raised through a Limited Partnership.  The Limited Partners will retain 50% equity in the net profits (and losses) of the Partnership after first recouping 100% of their investment.

Prospectus
Percentages

Robbin Michael Wagner, Brooke Laurel Denman and (hereafter “the Producers”) intend to present “The Nymph of Nocturne”, a short feature film. The producers anticipate a shooting schedule of 21 days beginning approximately April, 2014; the purpose herein. A final editing of “The Nymph of Nocturne” is to be completed approximately twenty (20) days following the last day of shooting. The film will then be premier on Vimeo On Demand, a pay internet streaming site.
Brooke Laurel Denman, a producer, has formed a Limited Partnership under the name “Scooter Girl Productions DBA Scooter Girl Productions.” The net profits (as defined in the partnership agreement) will be distributed as follows:

Robbin Michael Wagner shall receive fifteen percent (15%) of the net profits, as General Partner, Producer/Director.
Brooke Laurel Denman shall receive fifteen percent (15%) of net profits as Producer.
Robbin Michael Wagner and Brooke Denman shall each receive two and one-half percent (2.5%) of the net profits, as Screenwriters.
Lead Actress shall receive fifteen percent (15%) of net profits as Producer.
The remaining fifty percent (50%) of the net profits will be distributed to the limited partners in proportion to their respective contributions. If there are no net profits, the Limited Partners will bear the risk of loss to the extent of their respective contributions. Any loss in excess of the amount to be borne by the General Partner. The General Partner may elect to purchase Limited Partnership Interests in the Partnership, and as such will be entitled to his/her pro rata shares of Limited Partnership profits and losses. Any other profits derived by the Partnership will be distributed in the same manner. The minimum fixed amount that each individual Limited Partner must contribute is $1000 USD. There is no maximum. A contribution entitles the Limited Partner to five percent (5%) of the Limited Partners’ share of the profits as defined above. There shall be no call for additional contributions from the Limited Partners. The rights and obligations of the General Partner and Limited Partners are set forth in the Limited Partnership Agreement herein. This Agreement must be signed by each Limited Partner, along with the Investor Questionnaire. All forms may be obtained from Scooter Girl Productions via: IndieWorldProductions@gmail.com

Risk to Investors

The sole business of the Partnership will be the completion of production of the film “The Nymph of Nocturne” with a completed score and soundtrack. In such a venture, the risk of loss can be higher in comparison with the prospect for profits. Partnership Interests should not be considered unless the investor is prepared for the possibility of loss of the investment.
On the basis of  the aforesaid shooting schedule, and on the basis of the estimated expenses as of the date of this offering, capital recouping of the investment will occur upon the receipt of distribution contract(s) equaling or in excess of $10,000 USD.
The General Partner, at his absolute discretion, may discontinue production of the film for any reason whatsoever.
The General Partner will not arrange for loans or himself loan money to the Partnership or arrange for a letter of credit. This production will be completed inside of the total budget of $10,000 with no additional encumbrances. If the production start date is extended beyond April, 2014 the Limited Partners’ contributions may be held without interest until as late a date as December, 2014. If the full $10,000 has not been raised nor the difference loaned to the Partnership, except to the extent that such return has been individually waived by any Limited Partner, the investment is returned to the Limited Partner(s) unless it is determined that sufficient capital has been raised to go forward with the project. In such case the percentage of net profits entitlement to each investor will increase proportionately.
Upon commencement of production, cast and crew members will be under contract to said production, and will be held under breach of contract should they abandon the project at any time.


Subscriptions

Offers to purchase Limited Partnership Interests are subject to acceptance by the General Partner. Contributions are to be made via Paypal, Major Credit Card or by Certified Check or Bank Wire at the time of the signing of the Limited Partnership Agreement. All contributions will be deposited to and drawn from the Paypal production account and applied to Partnership Expenses.
The securities presented by the Limited Partnership Interests are being offered pursuant to an exemption from registration under the Federal Securities Act of 1933, or an exemption from the provisions thereof.

Monies Advanced by General Partner


To the extent that the General Partner advances funds for production expenses, they will be reimbursed upon formation of the Partnership (unless such expenditures are for the purchase of Limited Partnership Interests.) As of the date of this Memorandum, expenses paid to date total approximately $1,200 USD

The Film
    
General Background: The production to be undertaken by the  partnership marks the world premier of the film “The Nymph of Nocturne”. The script is licensed by the Writer’s Guild of America as the sole property of Robbin Michael Wagner and Brooke Laurel Denman. Production will begin in April, 2014 and will continue for twenty-one days (21) days in and around the San Francisco area. Post production is estimated to run through April, 2014 with a view to rough cut completion at that time. The Producer may extend the production schedule, utilize other locations, or authorize practical alterations to the screenplay, as deemed necessary.
Story and Talent: “The Nymph of Nocturne” is a comedy/drama short feature that will premier on Vimeo On Demand.  


Tagline   

The Nymph of Nocturne

"A dowdy librarian has a secret. Its about to go viral! A tale of self-love that is long overdue…."
Robbin Michael Wagner – Director, Writer, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor 
Robbin Michael Wagner is one of the top fine art photographers in the Southeastern United States.  He is the first and only photographer to be on permanent display in the Penthouse of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in New Orleans, LA.  He wrote, along with life partner Brooke Laurel Denman “The Contemptuous Ruby” an erotic noir short, “The Contemptuous Ruby” full-length version, “Zaharr The Reader”, a romantic comedy” and “Bless Me Father For I Have Sinned”, a dark and twisted psycho thriller feature and “She Wolf - A femme fatale of the American Dream”, a neo-noir “experimental short” currently on Vimeo.com.
Mr. Wagner was born in Flint, Michigan in 1954 in the heart of General Motors. He spent his youth dancing in the Flint Ballet Theatre and acting in The Flint Community Players. He also acted in summer stock theatre productions sponsored by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. His first camera, an Agfa pop down bellows 620, was purchased at a flea market around the age of 9 for 25 cents. Mr. Wagner developed his roll film in old aluminum ice cube trays in the crawl space under the stairs in the house he grew up in. He made contact prints only with outdated Velox paper given to him by the local newspaper photography department. 


In 1973, at the age of 18, Mr. Wagner left Flint and moved to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and did aerial photography as well as taught basic photography courses for a local camera shop in Deerfield Beach. He did portraits of senior citizens along South Beach. Mr. Wagner moved to San Francisco in 1975 and immediately began his photographic career shooting modeling portfolios for the Grimme Modeling Agency. He opened his first studio at 2215 Filbert Street in Cow Hollow in the Marina District. 

Wagner left San Francisco in the late 70’s and moved to New York City and became the fashion and beauty photographer for Wolfarhts Studio. Mr. Wagner photographed table top setups for the studio’s only two clients, Sears and J.C. Penney. During this time he began as a test photographer for many of the modeling agencies in New York. 

In 1980, Mr. Wagner, newly married, put away his camera and endeavored to prosper in the corporate world and moved back to Ft. Lauderdale. He spent the next nine years away from the camera and became deeply involved in family and the business world. In 1989, the sudden death of his son was a turning point in his life and in his photographic career. 

Divorced in 1992, Mr. Wagner, a single parent with two surviving daughters, left Florida and moved back to San Francisco and began in ernest to rekindle his passion. He opened up a small studio in Pacific Heights and began shooting fine art nudes. After two years in San Francisco, Mr. Wagner moved one hour north to the small community of Bodega Bay. (Alfred Hitchcock’s, The Birds, 1963). 

Mr. Wagner had an opportunity to relocate his studio to New Orleans in 1997. On September 11, 2001, the Word Trade Center tragedy forced many galleries in the French Quarter to close. He stayed and began his career in digital cinema and also became an official logistics consultant on “Runaway Jury, 20th Century Fox,2002” shot in the French Quarter. While on set with Runaway Jury; Brooke gave birth to their daughter Zoë Alexandria Denman-Wagner. It was also on that set that he and Brooke Denman, his life partner wrote “Zaharr The Reader”. On a casual invite from 20th Century Fox, they moved to Hollywood and Mr. Wagner infiltrated the studios under the guise of feigned interest in foreign pre-sales and quickly became convinced that digital cinema was the end for old school silver gelatin based film.   They moved back to New Orleans, began pre-production on “Zaharr The Reader” and were completely wiped out by Hurricane Katrina five days out from the starting shoot date on August 19, 2005. They moved back to Hollywood and watched in horror as the economy slipped into the massive meltdown you see today. They moved back to the French Quarter in the early part of 2011. The digital foray into feature film streaming convinced them that digital production in the independent arena will revive the movie industry. They are currently writing several screenplays . On August 25, 2010 on the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Mr. Wagner and Ms. Denman wrapped their production of the “The Contemptuous Ruby”, a dark erotic noir short in two days during the 48 hour film fest merely to demonstrate the capability of small digital cameras. The budget was less than $3000. The short version was an official selection of the 2011 New Orleans Film Festival.
The reviews are available at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1891936/reviews

Estimated Production Expenses: The proceeds of this offering will be used for the payment of certain production expenses. The following are estimated expenses of the production. There is no assurance that these estimates will equal actual costs.

Subsidiary Rights
The General Partner may become entitled to subsidiary rights of the film. Such rights include but are not limited to: sequels, book adaptation, graphic novels, film-related merchandising, and/or further uses that may evolve from the film and/or screenplay. In the event the General Partner acquires such subsidiary rights and receives monies from such rights, said monies shall be considered an asset of the Partnership and shall be divided between the General and Limited Partners like any other Partnership revenue. 
Liability of Partners
The General Partner will not be liable to the Limited Partners for any omissions or acts performed by them on behalf of the Partnership interest. The General Partner will be liable only for fraud, bad faith, or gross negligence. 
The Limited Partners will not be held liable for any actions or omissions taken by the General Partners regarding the production and distribution of the film. 
Additional Information
This offering is intended to summarize the significant aspects of various documents, including the Limited Partnership Agreement. Statements contained herein regarding the documents are not necessarily complete, and whatever reference is made to any other documents shall be qualified by the document itself. All documents will be on file with Scooter Girl Productions via IndieWorldProductions@gmail.com

Investor Questionnaire
—all information will be treated confidentially—

1. Name_____________________________________________ Age______________

2. Home Address________________________________________________________

     Telephone Number (                )__________________________________________

3. Occupation__________________________ Title_____________________________

    Business Address_______________________________________________________

    Business Phone (                 )______________________________________________

    Other Phone (                )_________________________________________________

4. I represent that my net worth at this time is in excess of: $____________________

5. Have you had a pre-existing personal and/or business relationship with 
  Scooter Girl Productions. (_____) YES (_____) NO

If yes, please identify yourself and the nature of the relationship:_____________________

6. I understand that the information herein is being relied upon in connection with the offer and sale of securities pursuant to an exemption under the Rule 506 of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and I represent that all such information is true, correct and complete as of the date hereof. I agree to notify the Partnership immediately of any material change in the status of any information contained herein.

_______________________________________________    _______________________
Purchaser (signature)                                                             Date

_______________________________________________
Purchaser (print name)


Limited Partnership Agreement

This agreement is made in Orinda, CA, 94563 as of __________, 2014 by and among Robbin Michael Wagner, Brooke Laurel Denman, (hereafter the “General Partners,”) and such other persons as shall have signatories hereto (hereafter the “Limited Partners”).

Formation of the Partnership
The parties hereto do hereby form a Limited Partnership pursuant to the provisions of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission REG D for the purpose of producing a short motion picture from the screenplay “The Nymph of Nocturne” (hereafter the “Film,”) written by Robbin Michael Wagner and Brooke Laurel Denman.

Partnership Name and Principal Location
The Partnership shall be conducted under the name of Scooter Girl Productions., a California DBA. The principal location shall be held in care of Indie World Productions. The General Partners shall notify the Limited Partners in writing of any change in location of the office of the Partnership.

Business of the Partnership
The Partnership business and activities shall be limited to the production of the Film and its subsequent distribution and presentation. Producer credit shall be given to Robbin Michael Wagner and/or such persons or entities as the General Partner may determine at his sole discretion. The General Partner may enter into agreements with other persons or entities as co-producers and/or associate producers whose sole purpose is the raising of capital for this production.

Term
The Partnership shall commence upon the filing of the Limited Partnership Agreement and shall continue until the General Partner has terminated all Partnership activities, at which time they shall continue until such a date as the General Partner may designate. As of the date so fixed, the term of the Partnership shall end, and the General Partner shall liquidate the affairs thereof. Regardless of the foregoing, the Partnership shall come to an end on the disability of bankruptcy of the General Partner, or ten (10) years from the date hereof, whichever shall first occur. If a Limited Partner shall die, his executors or administrators; or if he shall become insane or otherwise unfit, his conservators or other representatives shall have the same rights that the Limited Partner would have had had he not died or become insane or otherwise unfit, and the share of such Limited Partner in the assets of the Partnership shall be subject to all the terms and conditions of the Agreement. The Limited Partners are prohibited from assigning or otherwise transferring their interest in the Partnership without the consent of the General Partner. The General Partner will not be obligated to give such consent, and if they do give such consent in one instance, that shall not bind them to any other assignment.

Capital Contributions
General Partner shall not be bound to make any capital contribution to the Partnership except insofar as the General Partner may make contribution(s) as Limited Partner(s), and with respect to such contribution, he shall be treated in all respects as a Limited Partner. Each of the party’s signatory hereto as a Limited Partner shall contribute to the Partnership the respective sum set forth next to said party’s name. Contributions shall be payable in full to the General Partner at the time of the execution of this Agreement. Offers to subscribe to Limited Partnership Interests are subject to acceptance by the General Partner.

Loans by General Partner/Executive Producer
If the General Partner and/or Executive Producer believes that additional funds are necessary for the carrying of Partnership affairs, he shall have the right in his sole discretion to advance, or cause to be advanced, or to borrow in the Partnership’s name the amount which he deems necessary on such terms as he deems fit, except that there shall be no interest charged by the General Partner for any loans to the Partnership which he makes. In such event, the monies so advanced, or caused to be advanced, or borrowed shall be repaid before any of the contributions are repaid to any of the Limited Partners.

Allocation of Net Profits
Each Limited Partner shall receive that proportion of fifty percent (50%) of the Net Profits as the amount of his or her contribution bears to the aggregate Limited Partnership contribution. The Screenwriters shall receive five percent (5%) of the remaining fifty percent (50%) of the Net Profits. The General Partnership shall be entitled to receive the remaining forty-five percent (45%) of the net profits. The General Partners reserve the right to pay individual investors or parties rendering services to the Partnership or others a participation in the Net Profits, and such participation shall be paid solely out of the General Partner’s share of the Net Profits.
Such part of the Net Profits as can be paid in cash and still leave the Partnership with sufficient cash resources for the payment of debts, liabilities and ongoing Partnership expenses shall, at the discretion of the General Partner, be paid not less frequently than quarterly to the General Partner and Limited Partners.

Allocation of Losses
Until net profits have been earned, losses suffered and incurred by the Partnership up to but not exceeding the aggregate contributions of the Limited Partners shall be borne by the Limited Partners in proportion to their respective contributions. After net profits have been earned, then, to the extent of such Profits, the General Partner and the Limited Partners shall share such losses pro rata in the same percentages as they are entitled to share in the Net Profits pursuant to the provisions provided herein. No Limited Partner (other than a Partner which is both a Limited and a General Partner) shall be personally liable for any debts, obligations, or losses of the Partnership, except to the extent of the capital contributed by said Limited Partner. The provisions of this paragraph shall not affect the obligations of the Limited Partners to the return capital contributions or Net Profits theretofore paid to them as provided herein of this agreement.

Cash Distribution: Return of Capital and Net Profits
Unless agreed otherwise in writing, the capital contributions of the Limited Partners shall be returned as follows:
1. Upon sale of the Film and the discontinuation of further distribution of same, the assets of the Partnership (subject to the provisions of the following subparagraphs hereof) will be liquidated as promptly as possible and the cash proceeds shall be applied as follows:
2. To the payment of all debts, taxes, obligations, and liabilities of the       partnership, and the necessary expenses of liquidation. Where there is contingent debt, liability, or obligation, a reserve shall be set up to meet same.
To the repayment of capital contributed by the Limited Partners (if any shall remain unpaid) or such a portion thereof as can be paid out of liquidation of the assets of the Partnership then remaining, said Limited Partner’s payments to be in proportion to their respective contributions, should assets be insufficient to repay such contributions in full.
The surplus, if any, of the said assets still remaining shall be divided among the General and Limited Partners in the proportions that they share in the Net Profits.

5. If any repayment of contributions or distribution of Net Profits has been made prior to or subsequent to the termination date of the Partnership and if at any time there are any unpaid debts, taxes, liabilities, or obligations of the Partnership and the Partnership does not have sufficient assets to meet them, then each Limited Partner and General Partner shall be obligated to repay the Partnership in such an amount, not in excess of the capital so returned and the Net Profits so distributed. In such event, the Limited Partners and the General Partner shall first repay any Net Profits theretofore distributed. If such distributed Net Profits are insufficient, the Limited Partners shall return contributions of capital which may have been repaid to them, such returns to be made promptly upon receipt by each Limited Partner of a written notice requesting such repayment.
The General Partner shall have no right to receive any property other than cash from the Limited Partners as an Investment Contribution.

Bank Accounts
The General Partner will, in the name of the Partnership, open and maintain a bank account or accounts in which shall be deposited all of the Gross Profits (and no other funds). Any interest earned on such funds shall be an asset of the Partnership. All monies received from the offer and sale of Limited Partnership Interests pursuant to this Agreement will be held in said account until actually employed for pre-production, production or post-production purposes (unless otherwise authorized by the contributing Limited Partner) or returned to the Limited Partners, unless such return is waived by a Limited Partner. Withdrawals from any bank account or accounts shall be made upon such signature or signatures as the General Partner may designate. In any event, the funds held in such account(s) shall be used solely for the Business of the Partnership as detailed herein.

Books, Records and Accounts
At all times during the continuance of the Partnership the General Partner shall keep full and faithful books of account in which shall be entered each transaction of the Partnership. All of the said books of account shall at any reasonable time be open to the inspection and examination of the Limited Partners or their representatives as defined in paragraph 6 of the Investor Questionnaire. The General Partner agrees to deliver to the Limited Partners not later than ninety (90) days after completion of the Film, a complete statement of production expenses. The General Partners further agree that so long as the Film is being presented by the Partnership, either locally, or at national or international film festivals and online rentals, an annual Statement of Operations and other such financial statements as may be required by law will be delivered to the Limited Partners.

Rights and Powers of the General Partner
The Limited Partners may take no part in the conduct or control of the business or the creative affairs of the Partnership, such control being vested exclusively with the General Partner. The General Partner shall, in turn, be wholly responsible for the welfare and security of the Film, itself the primary physical asset of the Partnership. Without in any way limiting the foregoing, the General Partner shall have the right to discontinue production of the Film at any time. It is agreed that the General Partner shall not be responsible to the Limited Partners for any action he may take in good faith within the scope of his authority as General Partner, or for their inability to render services for causes beyond his control. The General Partner and each Limited Partner shall have the right during the term of this Agreement to be engaged in other enterprises that may or may not be in competition with the Film, and each also has the right to render his or her services to other entities.

Amendment of Modification
If at any time during the continuance of the Partnership, the parties deem it necessary or expedient to make any alteration, amendment or addition to this Agreement, such modification may be done by any written supplement to this Agreement agreed to and signed by both the General and Limited Partners in question. All said alterations, amendments and additions shall be adhered to and, unless otherwise provided, shall have the same effect as if originally embodied in this Agreement. This Agreement may not be changed orally.

Sale of Production Rights
In the event that the General Partner elects to sell his rights to the Film, the proceeds of such sale will be distributed to the Partnership pursuant to the provisions herein.

Filing of Certificates
Each undersigned Limited Partner wholly authorizes the General Partner to represent in his or her name, place or stead, to make, execute, sign and file:
A Certificate of Limited Partnership
A Certificate of Dissolution of the Partnership
Such other documents as may be necessary or deemed desirable by the General and/or Limited Partners upon termination of the Partnership.


Execution of Counterparts
This Agreement may be executed in counterpart originals, all of which taken together shall be deemed one original. The General Partner and each of the Limited Partners agree that one original shall be held at the office of the Partnership, and that there shall be distributed to each Partner a conformed copy of this Agreement.

Notices
Unless otherwise notified in writing, the mailing address of each party shall be set forth next to his signature at the bottom of this Agreement, and all notices shall be sent to each party at the address so indicated or exclusively to an email address designated with signature herein.

Termination Prior to Production
If $10,000 USD has not been contributed to the capital of the production as of December, 2014, the Partnership shall not be formed, and all contributions will be returned in full, unless the General Partner decides, in his sole discretion, to make loans, or otherwise borrow funds in the name of the Partnership, in an amount equal to the difference of the sums theretofore contributed and $10000 USD. Wherein such loans shall be in all respects as provided herein; or unless each Limited Partner shall waive his or her rights to the return of the contribution, in which case such Limited Partners’ proceeds will be used for such purposes related to the production as the General Partner deems necessary.

Warrants of Limited Partners
Each Limited Partner represents and warrants that he or she is a least twenty-one (21) years of age and a resident of the U.S.A. and has no present intent of transferring or assigning his or her Limited Partnership Interest, and is acquiring such Interest for investment purposes only and not with a view to the resale or other distribution thereof. Each Limited Partner further represents:
That he or she has read and understands this Agreement and has sufficient knowledge and experience to evaluate the risks and merits of any investment made herein. 
That he or she understands that the transaction represented hereby has not been registered with federal or state securities agencies.
That he or she has sufficient net worth and/or annual income that, in the event of loss of the investment, he or she will not suffer any adverse change in financial condition.
Successors and Assigns
This Agreement shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective heirs, administrators, executors, distributors, successors and assigns.

IN WITNESS, THE PARTIES HERETO HAVE SET THEIR HANDS AND SEALS AS OF THE DAY AND YEAR HERE WRITTEN:

General Partners:

Robbin Michael Wagner
________________________________________________

Brooke Laurel Denman
________________________________________________

Limited Partner:

___________________________________    ______________________________________
Name       Date

N/A
_____________________________    ___________________ ______________________
Signature                                             Amount Contributed Net Worth Estimate

_______________________________________________________    __________________
Address                                                                                 Percent of Profits
N/A
____________________________________                 ______________________________
Phone Number                                                               Social Security Number


Participation can be sent via Paypal directly to the production account:

www.Paypal.com
Account Name:
rkohepburn@gmail.com
(Brooke Laurel Denman - Producer)

415-524-9932

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