Pamela Richardson and Al Franklin: Breaking Through To ‘New Found World’

In a joint effort, Richardson and Franklin have set their focus on the making of their original science fiction movie, “New Found World” through the production company A&T Films.

Just when you thought you have seen it all in Sci-Fi film releases, there comes along a new concept for a story that transforms science fiction to new heights of excellence in film making. Pamela Richardson and Al Franklin are Southern California based producers who are no strangers to making movies with their resumes reflecting recognitions and awards for their work in the industry.

In a joint effort, Richardson and Franklin have set their focus on the making of their original science fiction movie, “New Found World” through the production company A&T Films. The title is symbolic and speaks volumes to the concept of this unique and action-packed film that is sure to bring excitement to sci-fi film fans.

The storyline has a multicultural cast with an African American female lead role in the character breakdown. What is next for Richardson and Franklin? As independent film producers, they are taking on the focused task of acquiring the right budget to make sure the production of “New Found World” from top to finished product is of the top caliber that sci-fi fans expect from a top-notch sci-fi release. Their quest speaks volumes to their diligence and vision as solid film producers.

Check out their sci-fi storyline for “New Found World” here:
https://www.newfoundworldthemovie.com/

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