Produced as one of three undergraduate student films in the Narrative Production class of Spring '08 in the UTA Art and Art History department's Film area. Every two years, three original screenplays are chosen to go into an Independent, Low Budget Feature Film model, supervised by Professor and Writer in Residence Andy Anderson. The films are shot in nine days, on S16mm film and then transferred to digital for post. We use both sets in our studio and go on location. In order to film for nine days consecutively, the students and the professor volutarily give up their Spring Break. The three writers, producers and directors are supported by a core group of advanced production crew members and the actors (the productions are SAG) are for the most part cast from the huge talent pool in the D/FW area. The goal is to demystify the process, shoot on professional terms, and give undergraduate students a feature film experience. Check out the credits to see all of the famous and semi-famous people who help out by lecturing or coming on set as mentors.
This film (the others are TECHNOPHILIAC and THE LEGEND OF WYOMING PHILLIPS) is about a woman (Megan Lane Thomas) who thinks she knows who she wants and how to get him, but finds out too late that he (Craig Cole) was right in front of her all along, was directed by Jamie Buckley.