"Dinner" is a short film that tells the troublingly amusing story of a skilled predator who preys on vulnerable young women, using an innocent dinner invitation as his lure.
Written and directed by screenwriter-filmmaker John Buchanan, the film is intended as an homage to Alfred Hitchcock and is inspired by the twisted adult short stories of the late British writer Roald Dahl.
NEWS UPDATE (October 19, 2013): "Dinner" has been named an official selection of the 5th annual 15 Minutes of Fame Film Festival in Cocoa Beach, FL. The November 9 screening will be the film's U.S. premiere.
NEWS UPDATE (October 2, 2013): "Dinner" has been named an official selection at the prestigious London City Film Festival, sponsored by the London Academy of Media, Film & TV. It will be screened on October 26.
The film has also been entered into other major film festivals for late 2013 and 2014. It will be developed into a full-length feature in 2014.
"Dinner" has received excellent reviews.
Read a recent review at sbccfilmreviews.org/?p=28477
Read a recent review at blueprintreview.co.uk/2013/10/dinner-short-film/
Read a recent review at cinemaslasher.com/2013/10/12/short-film-screening-dinner-2013/
"Dinner" was shot August 17, 2013 in Cocoa Beach, FL
Director of Photography: Bill Schweikert -- shot on RED Epic
Editor/Colorist: Joe Walker
1st Assistant Director: Fiona Pagot
Executive Producer, Caterer and Security Consultant: Omar Suarez
Cast: Meredith Branham, Dennis Marsico, Christina Zelner and Troy Stephan
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