Grieving the loss of his fiancé Josh, Sawyer Guillory, an astute assistant physics professor working in Tennessee, finds himself detached and alone. Alienated and seeking relief from his grief, Sawyer engages in an unlikely bond with the surly and cynical Ron, an older blue collar man, mourning the loss of his daughter. CAST LIST: Merritt:… Continue reading 1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading of Electric Indigo, by Thomas Krutainis
Joakim S. Hammond Awesome festival, I love that they send an audience feedback video, I got some unexpected but interesting reactions. Submit via FilmFreeway:
I felt like this was a unique protagonist, one that we don’t see frequently represented in LGBTQ+ films. I was excited by the feedback. People want to know more about Will. What are his dreams? What are his demons? What’s keeping him from letting someone like Charles in? Screenwriter Alex Alvarez (WILL) Watch the Screenplay Reading: … Continue reading LGBT Festival Testimonial – March 22 2019
Colombian born filmmaker living in Dallas, TX. Director Statement Film is a tool with powerful transformation capabilities and I use it to generate change and impact by telling stories that matter, stories that can change the way we think. All for a better society.
Carl Adrian Chavez is one of the young filmmakers in the Philippines. He is a writer, director and producer based in Manila. In 2017, he attended Film Leaders Incubator: FLY Workshop which was held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia and was organized by the Busan Film Commission wherein he was awarded with a scholarship for 2018 Asian… Continue reading Director Biography – Carl Chavez
Caroline Callender was born in Los Angeles, California and moved to New York in 2012 where she is now a junior at the Brearley School. She is a staff writer for their newspaper, The Zephyr, and a co-founder of the filmmaking club. She is interested in the intersection of storytelling and activism that has been… Continue reading Director Biography – Caroline Callender, Silver Liftin (T(HE)Y)
A short film about a Chinese immigrant family who experiences racial prejudice as well as prejudice of a different kind within their own home. This is a story about a young person who with the support of their loving sibling is able to stand up for the things that make them different. Film Type: Short,… Continue reading Short Film: BO & MEI, 15min., UK, LGBT/Drama