Posts Tagged "Blake Sheldon"


The 19th annual edition of DANCES WITH FILMS will host the West Coast premiere of Guys Reading Poems, a black-and-white mindbender feature film that uses poetry as a framing device. Of the festival’s acceptance of the film, director Hunter Lee Hughes says, “We’re so grateful to be an official selection at DANCES WITH FILMS. Their ‘defiantly independent’ ethos perfectly gels with a mindbender film that...

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Neo-noir poetry drama “Guys Reading Poems” will debut at the Palm Beach International Film Festival this April during National Poetry Month. The innovative feature film uses poetry as a framing device to tell the story of a creative but troubled family living in a downtown Los Angeles artist’s loft. It was shot in black-and-white, largely using the brand new Red Epic Monochrome camera. The story follows an all-male literary...

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Meet Blake Sheldon as ‘The Kid.’ Of his role, Mr. Sheldon says, “The greatest challenge was getting back to that place of youth and insecurity, redefining what that means to me and realizing just how fragile that is.” Director Hunter Lee Hughes says of Mr. Sheldon, “Blake’s aura of intensity and danger flows forward from a wounded but resilient spirit. It’s exactly what we needed for...

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