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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                      February 2016

Feature Film “Accidental Babe” to Release After Two Decades

A feature film which was shot in 1993 and satirizes transgender situations while celebrating individuality, is finally being released.

DENVER, Colo. Accidental Babe is a fictional and satirical comedy, which was filmed in 1993, about Henry Hole, a person who accidentally undergoes a sex change operation. Writer and Director Jose L. Torres, AKA Durango Savage, of Savage Services Limited had plans to release the film two decades ago, but did not have enough funds for the final post-production. Now, with new technology and a more open culture to transgender issues, he has finished the film and it is now available on iTunes and Amazon.

“Since the release of Final Cut Pro Studio by Apple, I have been able to edit the film in high definition myself, which would have cost over 13 million dollars at the movie was shot,” said Durango Savage. “The film is much more relevant now than 23 years ago. Two decades ago, people would have cringed at the thought of gender reassignment surgery, but now in the advent of transgender awareness, the conversation has started and Accidental Babe is more significant.”

In 1993, Accidental Babe was shot in 21 days on 16 mm film. Due to lack of post-production funds, writer and director Durango Savage was unable to finish the movie, thus the director had to shelve the film. For the last five years, he has spent thousands of hours in post-production and it is now ready in HD and 5.1 surround sound. The film offers a nostalgic look, while exploring current LGBT themes.

The protagonist in the story, Henry, returns home, after leaving five years prior in disgrace. The new change she undergoes brings up heartache and questions about faith and destiny as she tries to make it in her small conservative town. Viewers are sure to laugh as they watch Henry accept the loss of his manhood, become a lesbian and learn how to behave like a lady.

A trailer of the movie can be viewed on YouTube.

About Savage Services Limited:

Founded in Denver, Savage Services Limited is a film and video production company. Founder Jose L. Torres, aka Durango Savage, has produced the feature film, Accidental Babe, and the music video, One Ton Tomato. Visit www.accidentalbabemovie.com to view the new website for more information.


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 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                      February 2016

“One Ton Tomato” Music Video Celebrates Women’s Breast Health

The Single from the Soundtrack of newly released film, Accidental Babe, pledges to donate to charity for breast cancer research.

DENVER, Colo. – “One Ton Tomato” is a pop song from the newly released film, Accidental Babe, a comedy about an accidental sex change operation. It is a parody of the Cuban standard, Guantanamera, which was produced by Jose L Torres, AKA Durango Savage with singer/songwriter Noe DeLeon. A music video, which features a sexy tomato theme and celebrates female breasts, is now released on YouTube. The music video is meant to raise awareness of women’s health and some of the proceeds of the song will be donated to breast cancer research.

“Everyone knows someone who has died from breast cancer,” said Jose L. Torres. “If the music video can entertain people and get them talking, then everyone wins. We are pledging 25% of the iTunes and Amazon sales to breast cancer research.”

In the “One Ton Tomato” music video, Durango Savage performs the pop song on a stage with two female dancers, which are sporting painted breasts made to look like tomatoes. Because of the implied nudity, the producer has had difficulty finding a charity that will partner with Savage Services. Most charitable organizations want to ensure their integrity when partnering and they usually require upfront and minimal donations, usually equaling thousands of dollars. Therefore, the production company has decided to raise funds on its own from the iTunes and Amazon sales of the song.

“One Ton Tomato” was created with a tomato theme for the purpose of celebrating women’s breasts and to raise awareness of health and not to shame women. The music video is now on YouTube. Go to www.accidentalbabemovie.com for direct links to iTunes and Amazon.

About Savage Services Limited:

Founded in Denver, Savage Services Limited is a film and video production company. Founder Jose L. Torres, aka Durango Savage, has produced the feature film, Accidental Babe, and the music video, One Ton Tomato. Visit www.accidentalbabemovie.com to view the new website for more information.