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StonePark Productions is a multi-discipline film and video production house located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our core goal is to imagine, design, and create worlds from script to screen. StonePark Studios is designed to handle everything from concept art to large scale set builds. Our founders, being interested in all aspects of film making, have designed a studio that can handle most things under one roof. Some of our core areas of expertise:
StonePark Productions is a multi-discipline film and video production house located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our core goal is to imagine, design, and create worlds from script to screen. StonePark Studios is designed to handle everything from concept art to large scale set builds. Our founders, being interested in all aspects of film making, have designed a studio that can handle most things under one roof. Some of our core areas of expertise:
StonePark Productions is a multi-discipline film and video production house located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our core goal is to imagine, design, and create worlds from script to screen. StonePark Studios is designed to handle everything from concept art to large scale set builds. Our founders, being interested in all aspects of film making, have designed a studio that can handle most things under one roof. Some of our core areas of expertise:
StonePark Productions is a multi-discipline film and video production house located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our core goal is to imagine, design, and create worlds from script to screen. StonePark Studios is designed to handle everything from concept art to large scale set builds. Our founders, being interested in all aspects of film making, have designed a studio that can handle most things under one roof. Some of our core areas of expertise:
"A STONEPARK FILM"
When those three words pierce the inky darkness of a theater, it signals the collaborative spirit of like-minded artists who have come together to realize a singular passion for telling compelling stories on screen. Employing a global network of talented artists, StonePark is capable of taking films from development all the way to distribution, spanning every phase of production entirely in-house.

Crafting a strong script as a blueprint for production is essential, enabling our team to then build upon that solid foundation with conceptual designs and visualizations that pave the way for set construction and, ultimately, principal photography. From there, we oversee editing, visual effects, and sound design, assembling all the pieces to create a stirring narrative.

It's our belief that a powerful film with ambitious scope shouldn't have to be produced within the traditional "box" that is Hollywood. And we're going to prove it.
COMPANY VISION
StonePark is focused on becoming the largest motion picture production company on the East Coast, handling design, production, and distribution of top quality films all under one roof.
THE FOUNDERS
With individual strengths that perfectly complement one another, coupled with a mutual love of writing, David A. Melendez and Michael DeVita encourage StonePark's community of artists to succeed by seizing the same principles of collaborative teamwork that have led two childhood friends to work together in numerous successful ventures and never let their dream of filmmaking slip from sight.

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David A. Melendez - Co-CEO
Adept at implementing complex business strategies, David served for ten years as CEO of a real estate development firm he founded. His ability to maintain the flexibility needed to nimbly alter course when necessary led him to weather the real estate crisis.

That experience has helped immensely in his pursuit to make films. “A lot of the real estate practices I learned—managing crews, negotiating deals, construction—apply directly to moviemaking,” he says. “I have a great deal of respect for real estate. It’s allowed me to finance our films and other ventures.”

Although he’s fervent about the artistry of filmmaking, he also maintains a practical perspective. “It’s extremely important that StonePark is a financial success,” he says. “The goal is to build a strong infrastructure, providing jobs and opportunities for others, while positively contributing to the economy.”

A mentor and leader in the D.C. film and entertainment community, he sits on the board of directors of the DC Independent Film Festival as vice chair. He is also an avid crypto investor.

David acts as strategist and producer at StonePark.
Michael DeVita - Co-CEO
Recognized as a stunning visualist and innovator, Michael is an award-winning filmmaker who boasts a deep range of skills that span writing, directing, editing, engineering, visual effects, and 3-D design. He oversees StonePark’s in-house post-production facility, and has utilized his technical prowess to found SP Mechanics, where he designs and develops proprietary camera stabilizers.

In fact, others have observed that his own personal mantra should be, “If I don’t have it or it doesn’t exist, I’ll just build it”—a tendancy that has been in play since childhood. “When I was eight, my dad brought home this VHS camcorder,” he says. “I did in-camera visual effects and stop motion. I’d strap it to my Big Wheel and build underwater cases. I pushed that camera to its absolute limit.”

If his successes share a single common trait, it’s focused precision. At the outset of a project, he always works hard to study and distill its most vital component, then builds from there. In the case of filmmaking, that’s story. “It’s everything,” he says. “I don’t care how much money you pump into a film—bad script, bad film.

Michael acts as innovator and director at StonePark.
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Collossus
Alector Fencer, Concept Artist
Desert Winds
Andreas Rocha, Concept Artist
Fields of Gold
Andreas Rocha, Concept Artist
Dragonfly Robot
Vladyslav Ociacia, Concept Artist
Zarnista
Max Bedulenko, Concept Artist
Ballpaper
Dan Kuzmenka, Concept Artist
Enchanted Forest
Andreas Rocha, Concept Artist
Homecoming
Andreas Rocha, Concept Artist
Bionic Music Robot
Vladyslav Ociacia, Concept Artist
AWARDS
DC Independent Film Festival
Best Feature Film
Garden State Film Festival
Audience Choice Award
Garden State Film Festival
Audience Choice Award
Maryland Int. FIlm Festival
Best Local Film
The Alhambra Theatre Film Festival
Best Actor
Audience Choice Award
Best Feature Film
Nova Film & Music Festival
Best Inspirational Film
Best Action Choreography
Tupelo Film Festival
2nd Place Best Feature Film
WorldFest Houston
Platinum - Best Feature Film
Best 1st Time Director
Best Actor
Albuquerque Film & Music Experience
Best Feature Film
World Music & Independent Film Festival
Best Screenplay
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Getting films produced and distributed, while maintaining creative control is one of the hardest obstacles for an independent production. Producers don’t have the capital nor resources to develop projects, investors don’t understand how the money is spent and studios are forced guess what projects are marketable. Book adaptations, remakes and brand names are the crux of the movie system. But what if screenwriters, artists, producers, directors, actors, investors and movie fans all over the world come together on a project? They would create a movie with a built-in fan base – cutting the “guessing” part out.


DrawBridge Live will revolutionize the way films are developed, produced and distributed. By connecting filmmaker, fan, investor and studio – the platform serves as a conduit between parties allowing all the steps of the movie making process to become more accessible, transparent and efficient. Utilizing smart contracts via blockchain technology – DrawBridge Live will document all content, connections and contributions ensuring zero discrepancies between parties. Projects on the platform will have access to a studio and distribution channels via StonePark Productions, StonePark Studios and/or other studios and distribution companies that want to participate. The mission is to DREAM – BUILD – CONNECT; providing visual content the world wants to see.

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CONCEPT ART & PRODUCTION DESIGN
At StonePark, we strive to bring the highest production values to visual mediums, and that’s the reason we’re now offering our world class team of artists to produce conceptual designs for production houses of all sizes.


It starts with a vital question to our clients: “What do you want this scene to convey to an audience?” That’s because concept art is essential in not only establishing the mood and lighting of key scenes, but also shaping an entire production.


Under the guidance of award-winning creative director Michael DeVita, our artists will work with you from sketches to rough compositions to final render, striving to bring a single collective vision to your project.


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CHARACTERS
ENVIRONMENTS
VEHICLES
WEAPONS & PROPS
STORYBOARDS
ILLUSTRATIONS
Memorable characters make great stories. They’re the gatekeepers who allow entry to your audience. Character exploration begins with simple sketches aimed at developing proportion and clothing design. For CGI characters, our artists will design a “Mood Spread,” demonstrating the multiple facial expressions a character is capable of conveying. Clothing details, textures, and props are then incorporated. This could include anything from jewelry to weapons. We also offer our clients a “Positions Spread,” a tool that shows the character in multiple dynamic positions.
The first step to keyframe and environmental shots is determining the message being conveyed to an audience. Once this is established, multiple sketch compositions are created. When a design is locked down, our artists block in lighting and mood, where multiple color palettes are presented. We consider lighting and color extremely important, as it can be used to establish the entire look of the production. Next, our artists add details that make the scene pop before final render. As with all concept art, the level ofdetail can vary from quick sketch to photorealistic, depending on time and budget.
Before making a vehicle or any mechanical device look top-notch, we need to make sure its functionality is logical. Its mechanics and technology need towork in the real world, to ensure we’re producing a product that’s both convincing and feasible. We’ve developed underwater crafts, spaceships, futuristic motorcycles, and many more. Vehicle design usually starts with a list of its abilities and the environment it will travel in. From here, we block out designs and color palettes. Our vehicle designs can be created in full 3D, traditional 2D media, or both.
With proper design of complex props and weapons, film productions can save many hours on prop development and fabrication. Our designs will serve as a blueprint for artists to build in the real world or 3D. Prop design starts in the form of B&W thumbnail sketches, which saves time and gives the production fresh ideas and a variety of choices. Multiple iterations can be produced from quick color sketches to detailed drawings, as well as blueprint designs filled with measurements. Props and weapons consist of many items such as shoes, boxes, jars, specialty clothing, future machine guns, 1800s sidearms —virtually anything you can think of.
Black and white storyboards can be useful and aid in production, while more detailed color illustrations can help establish lighting and mood. Working in tandem with environment and keyframe shots, storyboards can help develop the look and feel of the production. Storyboard development requires our team to work closely with the script, writers, and director to help convey the vision properly.
In general, our illustrations lean more towards the cartoon/comic book look. If not used specifically for a comic book style, illustrations are a great time-saving tool. Speed sketches can be quickly developed to establish look, mood, and overall feel of characters and other scene elements. We normally offer this in digital form, but also have the capacity to create in a traditional pencil and ink finish.
We’d love to hear about your upcoming project! Whether it’s in the video game or film space, we’re interested in projects of all sizes and genres. If you’re not quite sure on the direction of your project, let us help. Our art directors can assist you in steering your ideas through those murky waters of story development.
All projects start with the director’s vision. We ask our clients, “What is this scene trying to convey to its audience?”


The art director and key production personnel will brainstorm with clients before any sketches are commenced. The goal is to bring the team to a central vision. Next, we focus on rough composition of shots, moving back and forth between client and artist with the purpose of establishing perfect composition.


Concept art will be used to help establish mood and lighting of key scenes. Lighting and color design is a critical step in the process and can help build the entire look and feel of a project. The last step is to produce a final render with all details in place.

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Matte Painting 101
OBJECTIVE:
Explore the world of design by starting with the basic rules.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
This course introduces the axioms of what makes an attractive design. Marco will show you the foundations of design he learned over the years. This course explains the basis of concept art illustration, it is recommended to students wanting to improve their use of shapes, research, and thinking when it comes to good design.

Upon completion of this course the successful student will a new understanding of shape design, and form language suitable for concept art and illustration. Students will need their own laptop or digital tablet to fully benefit from this live class.
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POST-PRODUCTION
Post-production is the point when all the puzzle pieces are assembled into a final, cohesive narrative. Like everything along the way, it entails a tremendous amount of planning, something that begins long before the camera even rolls.

Unlike many independent production companies, StonePark is capable of handling virtually everything in-house, ushering a film all the way through the six major phases of post-production: editing, sound effects, music, visual effects, mixing, and color grading. And we do so with the determination to always keep an audience immersed in the story of the film and not distracted by technicalities.

Below is a look at the expertise provided by StonePark's team of talented artists.
Editorial
VFX
Audio
Color
Editorial
This is the process of taking the raw data handed over by production and turning it into a linier flowing story. Logging dailies, editing dialogue, action and montage sequences into a seamless story is the editor's responsibility and passion. Creating visual tension and rhythm are critical skills an editor must posses. As a full-service production company, we live by those guiding rules. Being involved in every stage of production allows our filmmakers to collaborate with editors to create a single vision.
The seamless edit
A good edit should go completely unnoticed. You could even say an editor's job is thankless. If done correctly you would never even know they were there. This may sound discouraging, but it is what an editor will strive to accomplish. Good edits match eyelines, frame composition, lighting and sound so seamlessly they will go completely unnoticed. This is critical to keeping an audience immersed in the story and not the technicalities that made it.
VFX
Visual effects, in short, are the manipulation of images through practical or digital means to create something that never was or never could be, giving filmmakers the ultimate license to let their imaginations run free.
WHAT ARE VISUAL EFFECTS?
Although the processes have come a long way since the late-1800s when effects were performed primarily in camera, the goal today remains the same: to combine two or more elements of film into a single image. Propelled to new heights in recent decades by pioneering filmmakers like George Lucas and James Cameron, visual effects are now by and large digitally created. It could be something as simple as removing an unwanted sign, or something as complex as constructing the attack of an alien armada.
STONEPARK'S INVOLVEMENT
Our sister company, StonePark Studios, has been designed from the ground up to tackle the rigors of visual effects, melding the skills of artists with the technology required to make their visions a reality. From previsualization, when complex shots are laid out with illustrations and animations, to final compositing, when all the artistry of modelers, motion trackers, matte painters, and lighting technicians are assembled into a single clean shot, we're dedicated to making certain visual effects only serve to enhance the story, not distract from it.
PIPELINE
Audio
The art of sound design.
Often overlooked by filmgoers because, at its very best, it doesn't call attention to itself, good sound design is essential for taking you out of reality and dropping you right in the middle of a cinematic moment.
What is sound to film?
Imagine, if you will, watching your favorite film with no sound. No epic score heralding the hero's arrival. Gun barrels flashing, but no bangs and pops. A Tyrannosaurus rex lurching toward you, but no thumps of its feet. No body-rumbling bass as it roars.

Sound design isn't just about twisting a volume knob. The majority of sounds you hear in a film are added in post-production. Moving feet, gunshots, slamming doors, hissing wind, traffic, even dialogue, and, of course, music all are generated and layered in by artists and engineers who must then match them seamlessly to the images on screen. When done right, the sounds will go completely unnoticed, blending with the visuals and strengthening the storytelling in untold ways.
Our process.
At StonePark, sound is considered fifty percent of a film. The process begins in pre-production, where the aural impact of scenes is determined. That planning is then put into practice during post-production by our full service facility, which includes Foley, effects creation and recording, automated dialogue replacement, and mixing.
Color Grading
Although much of the look and feel of a film is created on set with art direction, lighting, and cinematography, color grading is applied during post-production to give scenes consistency through color correction, as well as communicate atmosphere via artistic coloring effects.

Conveying emotion through the camera lens is one of the pillars of compelling filmmaking. Color grading can emphasize that, not just by enhancing a scene's overall mood, but by also controlling the audience's point of interest, influencing emotional tone by accentuating where the dramatic focus should lie within a frame.

It brings a unified look and feel to scenes, correcting over- and under-exposed shots, repairing shots damaged due to excessive noise, and matching shots that have a variance significant enough to pull one out of the drama of a scene.

StonePark stands by the idea that what you see on the theater screen should be precisely what the director envisioned. That's achieved only through a clear line of communication, one that starts at the very beginning when we work closely with the production team to cut post-production costs by helping design lighting, wardrobe, and sets with a final color strategy in mind.

StonePark is equipped to handle all formats currently available, including 2k, 4k, R3D, DPX, and Open EXR.
COLOR MANAGEMENT WORKFLOW
DI and VFX hand off Uncorrected DPX or raw files with EDL
Sequence is ingested into our systems
Any original LUT's or "Looks" are applied
Preliminary looks are created and locked down
Full film color correction completed
Final deliverable handed off to client
WHAT WE BRING TO THE TABLE
Expanding the images dynamic range
Repairing damaged shots do to excessive noise
Fixing over or under exposed shots
Shot matching
Controlling viewers point of interest
Setting tone and feel for your film
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MEN AND MOUNTAINS
PROJECT STATUS: DEVELOPMENT
STORY SYNOPSIS
Ripped away from his younger brother and banished as a boy to a distant land, Alex Grey returns home ten years later to face the man responsible for his exile: his brutal, corrupt stepfather. Harnessing his inner demons, he becomes an unlikely hero whose far greater mission is to save the city he was forced to leave behind. He's no longer the boy he once was. He's more now. Much, much more.
CAST
TBD
PRODUCER
David A. Melendez
DIRECTOR
Michael DeVita
STONEPARK'S CONTRIBUTION
Still in active development, Men and Mountains is actually director Michael DeVita and producer David A. Melendez's first conceived film, fueled by their love for martial arts and classic underdog stories. It's currently scheduled to be StonePark's third feature, going into production after the release of Deor.


Artists and model makers have already begun conceptual design. Scheduled to shoot in nearly sixty locations in the United States and remote areas of Tibet, the film will also feature thirty-two large sets, including a mountain side, interior train cabs, shipping boat deck, large Asian street market, an intricate network of sewer tunnels, and a dilapidated, full-sized home designed specifically for a major gunfight.


Men and Mountains is designed to be an exhilarating experience. It's an action-packed, yet moving film about love, loss, and triumph.

CONCEPT ART
STORY BOARDS
ONE PENNY
PROJECT STATUS: AVAILABLE ON VOD
STORY SYNOPSIS
Dylan (Harrison Sammuels), left abandoned at a young age by tragic misfortune, is taken in by a caring homeless man (Carson Grant) who helps shape him into a street-smart maverick. With the odds stacked against him, the teen fights to bring hope to his community, but that better future he yearns for is thrown into doubt when the realities of his past collide with a chilling secret.
CAST
Harison Sammuels - Carson Grant - Will Roland
Ben Rezendes - Erin O'Brien
PRODUCER
David A. Melendez
DIRECTOR
Michael DeVita
AWARDS
DC Independent Film Festival - BEST FEATURE FILM
Garden State Film Festival - AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD
WorldFest Houston - PLATINUM - BEST FEATURE FILM
Albuquerque Film & Music Experience - BEST FEATURE FILM
See more on One Penny official website
STONEPARK'S CONTRIBUTION
The acclaimed One Penny is StonePark's first produced feature film. With a talented production team guided by director Michael DeVita and producer David A. Melendez, and boasting a cast of eighty-plus actors, the film won fifteen awards on the festival circuit, including multiple Best Feature and Audience Choice awards.


From concept art and mock-up models that not only bring the director's vision to life, but also ensure a level of preparedness essential to a smooth and on budget shoot, to sound design and visual effects, One Penny aptly demonstrates the full spectrum of StonePark's capabilities. Shot in forty-three days, all aspects of production were handled in-house.


One large practical set, the homeless village known as Shepherd's Cove, was constructed in rural Maryland, consisting of two hundred makeshift shell homes with three having fully functional interiors. The village was then extended digitally, one of seventy-six visual effect shots completed by StonePark Studios for the film. Other effects included multiple sign replacements, numerous license plate removals, muzzle flashes, bullet impacts, wire removal, and a set extension to create a stunning nighttime cityscape.


The film features an original score by composer Danny Gray, with all additional sound design, including sound effects and automated dialogue replacement, completed by StonePark.


Once the film completes its theatrical run, it will be available on iTunes, Amazon, and Blu-Ray January 1st, 2018.

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PROPS
VFX
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DEOR
PROJECT STATUS / DEVELOPMENT
STORY SYNOPSIS
A former New York City police detective, already haunted by a devastating tragedy in her past,teams with a seasoned FBI agent to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a small town girl. Surrounded by the town's superstitions of a mythical beast that preys on the wicked, the detective finds herself inching closer and closer to a dark, sinister truth one that is even more terrifying than the hushed whispers suggest.
CAST
TBD
PRODUCER
David A. Melendez
DIRECTOR
Michael DeVita
WRITER
Troy Widner
PRESS
STONEPARK'S CONTRIBUTION
Currently in pre-production, Deor will be StonePark's second feature film developed and produced entirely in-house. Drawing from such inspirations as Seven, True Detective, The Silence of the Lambs, and Split, the project blends all the hallmarks of an intense crime thriller with elements of horror and character-driven drama.
BRINGING THE BEAST TO LIFE
Slated to begin principal photography in summer 2018, StonePark is focused on securing top talent to help bring the world of Deor into terrifying existence.

StonePark's team of designers are busy realizing the film's locations, most notably the fictional small town so essential to the story's core, described in the script as "spawned from the brushstrokes of Thomas Kinkade, his calming, pastoral hues swept across a now-obscured, underlying layer of murky darkness formed from Ivory Black and Burnt Umber. In addition to the town's idyllic Main Street, other set pieces include a claustrophobic underground mine, and the shadow-cloaked woods surrounding the town, where a mysterious evil lurks.

Additionally, the film will feature a seamless mix of practical and visual effects, with StonePark artists already preparing models and miniatures, and a full-featured "creature shop", hard at work creating gruesome, mauled corpses, as well as the film's titular beast, which evolves dramatically in appearance as the story unfolds.
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StonePark is raising capital through qualified investors both in the United States and abroad. Our goal is to be one of the largest studios on the east coast in the United States. Separate from our Token Sale – participants in this round of funding will have equity stake in the Company.
An Investment Opportunity In a New Revolution
StonePark is raising capital through qualified investors both in the United States and abroad. Coupled with our Token and Rewards program, investing in StonePark will make you a part of a revolution in the filmmaking world.

For more information on our Rewards Program.
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Under federal securities laws, any offer or sale of a security within the U.S. must either be registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), or meet an exemption. StonePark has applied for an exemption under Regulation D (Reg D) of the Securities Act, allowing profit sharing rights to any investor who is considered accredited. The term “accredited investor” is defined fully in Rule 501 of Reg D.


StonePark will also be conduction a Token sale under Regulation A Plus (RegA+). This opportunity will be available to anyone in the world. This is a separate offering and require our Tokens to also be registered with the SEC as a security. Please see our Token page for more details.

Investor Prospectus
Here investors can see the power to becoming an equity holder in StonePark. Our prospectus outlines the company’s five-year plan – giving an inside look on how StonePark will revolutionize the film model, while being profitable. Registration and completion of KYC/AML for is required to view.
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SMART CONTRACT ADDRESS
Do NOT send funds from an exchange account
Only send ETH from an Ethereum wallet that you hold the private key
By participating you acknowledge and accept StonePark Productions crowd sale's Terms & Conditions
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If you have not yet registered please do so HERE
Token Sale Will Begin SOON!!
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Total rasied
Current value
ETH0
USD$0
Tokens created250,000,000
Tokens availible125,000,000
Current STONE Price$0.10
PRE-SALE ENDS IN COMING SOON
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“DrawBridge Live will redefine the way films are made. Imagine a completely transparent platform - giving creatives, fans and investors access to each other with one common goal in mind.”
~ David A. Melendez
FOUNDER / CEO
50%
Public Offering
125,000,000 Stones
15%
Team
18,750,000 Stones
30%
Development
37,500,000 Stones
5%
Reserves
6,250,000 Stones
New to token sales?
Don’t worry – StonePark has you covered!
A token sale - also known as an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) or STO (Security Toekn Offering) is an event where a company sells its own cryptocurrency (tokens) to early participants and enthusiasts such as yourself. Usually there is a pre-launch or a countdown to when the tokens will be up for sale. During this time the company promotes their project to the world – creating awareness and educating why a project like theirs is needed. Companies can be in all phases of development – from a concept/idea to already producing product.


The majority of Token Sales raise money via Bitcoin, Ether and other cryptocurrencies. The money raised from the sale of tokens will be used to fund the company’s project. Based on the company’s strategy tokens will have a utility or security value. In StonePark’s case – token holders (STONE Holders) will have access to both.


STONES will be classified as a security (STO) being registered with the Securities Exchange Commission via "Regulation A". STONES are an investment instrument and will give holders to participate in quarterly profit sharing.


REWARDS will have a utility function (Seen on most ICOs) - where holders will have access to exclusive utilities. Some examples: a behind the scenes tour of a live production, a speaking role in a movie or tickets to a world premiere.


Tokens may have the opportunity to be traded on 3rd party exchanges – this varies from token to token. Similar to stock exchanges, token holders can cash in or trade their tokens.

As a potential participant we suggest you:
Have an invested interest in the industry the company is involved in
Understand the problem the company is solving in the industry and its importance
Believe the company can and will execute their plan of action
PRODUCTION CREW
David A. Melendez
Founder/Co-CEO
Michael DeVita
Founder/Co-CEO
Andrea Marozas
CCO
Troy Widner
CTO
Peter D. Coleman
CBDO
Francis Koh
Legal Counsel
Kenneth N. Caldwell
Legal Counsel & SEC Regulations
Daniel Erichsen-Teal
Business Development Manager
Elliot Manson
Digital Strategist
Misty Meyer
DBL Developer
Lisa Steinberg
Conceptual Artist
Francesca Bacigalupo
Media Coordinator
Gene Massey
Advisor
Chris Lumpkin
Advisor
CORPORATE WHITEPAPER
In the exciting-rapidly growing cryptocurrency space, Whitepapers are a detailed guide to inform interested parties about a company’s project. It’s a vital part of a company’s Token Sale and you will never see a one without it. In most cases there is an industry problem that needs to be fixed or corrected. Whitepapers identify that problem and showcase a solution. Filled with research, analytical data, roadmaps, financials, team members and strategies - readers will develop an understanding of the company and its project.


Sounds a little intimidating, right? Don’t worry, being a movie studio – StonePark prides itself to entertain and have fun! Our whitepaper reads like a script, while being informative and transparent all at once.

Q & A
GENERAL
Why a film studio and blockchain?
Creating a film studio that utilizes blockchain technology will open doors to filmmakers, writers, artists, composers, producers, financiers and likeminded individuals or companies – who want to connect and make a film, tv series or digital content. It will also connect artist with fan, by allowing the StonePark community to give input, ideas and contributions - building a pedigree for a project before it obtains distribution.


The blockchain will serve as the 1st step to creative independence. Through smart contracts connections and transactions will be recorded giving all parties a piece of mind when sharing their material and forming partnerships. Creators have the option to make projects on their own, with partnerships or pitch it to StonePark. StonePark will also provide services in development, production, post production and distribution that will be dealt on the blockchain. Creating an environment that is free from middlemen will make projects move quicker and increase profits – allowing more productions to follow.


Creating an environment that is free from middlemen will make projects move quicker and increase profits – allowing more productions to follow.

When is the token sale and how long will it last?
The sale date will be announced soon. Keep an eye on the countdown clock.
Is registration mandatory to participate in the Token Sale?
Yes, registration will be mandatory for security purposes and to help build a strong community.
Who is the token sale available to?
Contingent on our Reg A approval - STONES will be a registered security filed with the SEC. Stones will be available to all US and non-US participants – Non-US residents must abide to their country's securities laws.
Where can I find more information about the Token Sale?
Please refer to our Corporate Presentation – it will tell you everything you need to know about our token sale.
STONES & REWARDS
What's the difference between STONES and REWARDS?
STONES

Created to BUILD – DREAM – CONNECT. STONES are an investment in StonePark and its platform DrawBridge Live. Once the platform is built, STONE holders will profit share on all projects that meet their funding goals. STONE holders will receive a percentage of the projects’ budget and will be paid quarterly. There is no cap to how much STONE can earn. The more projects greenlit – the more value a STONE has.


REWARDS

With every STONE purchased REWARDS points will be issued to the holder. REWARDS will be used as a utility such as attending a movie premiere, going behind the scenes on a film set or purchasing merchandise on StonePark platforms. The utility access will grow as StonePark and DBL grow. REWARDS will also be available for purchase separately after the token sale.

Will there be a Presale?
Yes, one week prior to launch contributors will have the chance to purchase STONES at a discounted price. With each purchase you will also be rewarded additional REWARDS points. Please see the ETH to STONE chart for pricing.
When will the Stones be distributed to purchasers?
4 months after purchase. This will give us time to complete an internal audit.
What is the total supply of Stone tokens available?
The total supply of STONES will be fixed at 250,000,000,000. 50% of those tokens will be offered in the token sale. The remaining 50% will be used to develop the StonePark / DrawBridge Live platform and ecosystem. For more information please read our Corporate Presentation and terms of sale.
What do you do with remaining STONES?
TBD
Is there a soft/hard cap for the token sale?
No, we have decided to remove caps for this offering.
Will STONES be available on exchanges to trade?
We’re in the process of negotiating and signing agreements. As soon as the token appears on a new exchange, we will notify you via email.
Is there a lockup period for team member STONES?
Yes, team member STONES will become vested 6 months after sale end date.
PURCHASING
How do I purchase STONES and/or REWARDS?
For all purchases create a StonePark account.


STONES

Please take a look at our easy Quick Start User Guide. (Mike make this a link). This guide illustrates step-by-step the process of purchasing STONES.


REWARDS

Can be obtained through multiple methods: 1) Gifted to contributors with purchase of STONES 2) Purchased separately for $0.01 each. 3) Earned through participating in StonePark activities. REWARDS are a utility and differ from STONES. For detailed information please see our REWARDS program page.

What is the price of a STONE and what currency are you excepting?
The price of STONES will fluctuate during the sale. Early purchasers will get STONES at a lower price - Please see the ETH vs STONE chart for pricing details.

During the sale we will except ETH only.

What is the minimum amount I can buy?
STONES - TBD

REWARDS - TBD

What is the KYC/AML form I’m asked to complete before contributing?
When token sales 1st started there were little to no regulations governing them. This posed a significant threat to buyers and the offering companies. Current regulations have been added for buyers and companies protection. At StonePark we take buyer security very seriously; as well as being compliant with all governing laws. Regulations have always required the sale of a security to follow certain protocol. This is no different for a token sale. The KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti Money Laundering) forms are used to determine your eligibility to participate in the token sale.
When should I fill out my KYC/AML forms?
KYC/AML checks will be done on all Token purchasers.


We recommend that you complete the AML at least 1 week prior to the sale. AML checks usually come back within seconds. But we recommend doing it in advance in case there are any problems or additional information required.


KYC checks can take up to 4 business days.

STONEPARK PRODUCTIONS
Who is StonePark Productions?
We are an all-inclusive film production company formed in 2015. We pride ourselves in all aspects of film production. Our goal is to be one of the largest studios on the east coast in the United States. Our studios are fully equipped with state-of-the-art post-production facilities, sound stages and equipment rental houses.
Where is StonePark Productions Headquartered?
Washington, DC USA
What type of content will StonePark create?
StonePark will concentrate on genre films – however it will heavily rely on forums where STONE Holders can voice what they want to see. We also plan to make films that have interactive worlds so STONE holders can enjoy the story outside of the film.
What is StonePark working on now?
Our next major feature film is called DEOR, a crime, horror, mystery. You can find more details under “Our Films”. We are also in development phases with Men & Mountains, History of Days and Aristotle.
Will StonePark content be global?
Yes
I’m a filmmaker – can StonePark help me with my film?
Yes! Create an account and submit a request to become an early member of DrawBridge Live. You’ll be able to pitch your project to StonePark for a potential development deal. We also provide services if you are already in production and need extra help.
How can I submit my film to StonePark.tv?
Finished films can be sent via password protected online screener. It will be reviewed by our team of producers that will select films based on quality and content.
LEGAL
Is StonePark incorporated?
Yes, we are a “C” corporation formed in Delaware.
Do you have legal representation?
Yes. We have retained the services of Shulman Rodgers.
Has a patent been filed for DrawBridge Live?
Yes. The DBL application is fully patent and trademarked.
SUPPORT
How do I setup an account?
Open the left menu bar on homepage and click “Join”. Fill out the necessary information on form. Once completed a confirmation email will be sent to verify account.
I’m having trouble logging in – who can I contact?
First try the “Forgot Account” form located at the bottom of the left hand menu. If you are still not able to login, please contact customer support at info@stoneparkprod.com.
Where do I send general inquires?
info@stoneparkprod.com
Where can I find your company Terms of Use and Privacy Policy?
StonePark Productions terms/privacy are located at the bottom-right side of the website. There are separate terms for the token sale that can be found by clicking the “Contribute” button or here.
USER GUIDE
Not quite sure how to get started? This is the resource you are looking for. We’ve created a simple – easy to use – guide to help navigate you through our Token Sale. Like a film, this site has many components working at the same time to make a seamless product. The interesting thing about StonePark is we are already a viable entertainment company with projects in development. It’s important that you not only participate in our Token Sale but understand how to use the tools on the site, so you can enjoy all the perks and benefits of a movie studio.


The document will give you a step-by-step process of how to create an account, complete your KYC/AML forms, setup an ETH wallet, purchase STONES and REWARDS points and show you how to use them.

PRESS & MEDIA
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"Their first film on a shoe-string budget won 15 awards. Don't look away from these guys, they are coming in hot."
- Tom Goodwill - Forbes
"When I first saw this the only thing I thought was. What an awesome idea! This is the company to watch in 2018."
- Kristian Mills - CoinDesk
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4th Quarter 2017
DrawBridge Live
Initiate concept – creating film and digital content from development to distribution. Assemble team to further develop its core ideas and functionality.
1st - 3rd Quarter 2018
One Penny Release
Distribute via StonePark in theaters and VOD. Make available on iTunes and Amazon platforms.
4th Quarter 2018
Web Portal Launch
Allow users to login and monitor their assets as well as participate in the StonePark community. Apply for Reg A+ in preparation for Token Sale.
1st Quarter 2019
Token Sale
STONES and REWARDS points will become available to all qualified contributors.
2nd - 3rd Quarter 2019
Develop Platform
Commence project with finalized design and team. Attend major film festivals to acquire films and development material to use on platform.
1st - 4th Quarter 2020
Beta Testing
Focus group testing to assure platform stability. Use recently acquired content during testing phase. (5-10 film projects).
4th Quarter 2021
Beta Distribution
Release projects under DrawBridge Live’s distribution arm. Allow REWARDS holders to interact with projects utilizing the utility value of the platform.
1st - 4th Quarter 2022
Crowdfunding
Integrate contribution capabilities within DrawBridge Live platform. Set up separate Reg A filings for each project – enabling tokenization.
1st - 4th Quarter 2023
DBL Goes Live
Open to all! Integrate other major film studios and distribution companies to participate - creating an open-source platform.
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