Posts Tagged "neo noir"


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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One sheet released!

One sheet released!


Posted By on Oct 10, 2015

We are VERY proud to release the one-sheet for Guys Reading Poems, designed by Chris Friend of Vision Friend. Our film is in the final stages of post-production and we expect to complete it in the next 2-4 weeks! Almost there!

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Meet Megan Sousa as ‘The Friend.’ Of her role, Ms. Sousa says, “She is very curious, but, knows right from wrong and will stand for what she believes.” Director Hunter Lee Hughes says of Ms. Sousa, “She fits perfectly into a neo-noir world, where a glance necessarily has more than one meaning and an enigmatic and striking veneer is the price of admission.” To learn more about Megan, check out her...

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Today, we begin the rollout of fifteen character introductions for our neo-noir feature film Guys Reading Poems. Meet Jason Fracaro as ‘The Gambler.’ Of his character, Mr. Fracaro says, “I always enjoy a character with a bit of a mischievous side to them.” “Mr. Fracaro has a very 1950s aesthetic and quality to him,” says director Hunter Lee Hughes. “He’s clean-cut, courteous and often...

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