“Stay Home” added to Scary Movie Mondays

Extremely happy to announce that our short film “Stay Home” has been added to the line up of intermission shorts during Scary Movie Mondays at Starlite Drive-In in Wichita,Ks.

This is especially exciting because since doing the Save the Drive In campaign powered by Honda I had imagined having a film screen in a drive in before they were all shut down. Thanks to a worldwide pandemic it looks like it is going to happen. What’s even more exciting about having Stay Home screened in a drive-in is that it comes as part of the Nightmare on Elm Street double feature in its two showings! Freddy has inspired the next short we have in production called GoodNight so this is just big big big for me.

I am appreciating every bit of what has came from taking the risk in jumping from documentary to narrative film. That doesn’t mean I am done with documentary because I have plenty of stories I wish to tackle but I started filmmaking to be the next name in the horror/thriller genre.


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#savethedrivein by #honda


Honda has committed itself to helping save a slice of Americana by starting the project drive in campaign. This project is made to help what’s left of the drive in theaters in America and convert them to digital formats. More information can be found at projectdrivein.com.
As a filmmaker I realized how important this is not only for filmmakers but for the American experience and because of that I have decided to start a new film piece to show my support. This will involve a visit to the Starlite Drive In Theater and I’ll leave the rest to be seen…