I spent this past weekend down in Charleston WV attending the World Premiere of Angel's Perch a movie I had the honor of working on last fall.
The movie was shot primarily in Cass, WV a town that transports you back to the early 1950's. The cast and crew were a passionate bunch and while it rained a little (EVERY DAY!) the shoot went off without a hitch.
It's been almost 9 months since we wrapped shooting--a relatively short time span in film time--and what I watched on Sunday made everything worth it. The movie is BEAUTIFUL! And I don't just say that because I worked on it, I say that because the movie made me laugh and broke my heart. It did what a good movie should do, it took me in to the world of the character's and I related to them.
As icing on the proverbial cake I got to spend time with the Director, Actor/Screenwriter, producer and one of the lead actresses post screening and the time spent with them meant more to me than even the movie.
Please check out their website to see if a screening will come to your area and consider donating to the Alzheimer's foundation. You'll find all the links below. This film is a testament to independent filmmaking done right!