Happy to share that BETWEEN ROCK AND A HARD PLACE has been accepted to the 2016 Smoky Mountain Film Festival. I wrote the short script for the film, which was produced by Bennett Rodgers and Mary Meyer. The film had its premiere at the end of 2015 in Nashville. I’m excited that its going to be shared with the people of Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
BETWEEN ROCK AND A HARD PLACE is a short comedy about a struggling young musician making ends meet working as a singing telegram performer.
The film features Alyssa Meyer, who has starred in a TV series and several short films, including THE BARREN LAND, which premiered at the Nashville Film Festival.
I had so much fun collaborating on this film with Mary and Bennett and hope to connect with them again on future projects.
The annual two-day Smoky Mountain Film Festival is hosted at the Greystone Lodge in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. It’s a multi-genre film festival event founded in 2015 by Breaking Fate Entertainment (Producers of The Chicago Horror Film Festival, The Indie Horror Film Festival, The Laugh or Die Comedy Festival, The Prairie State Film Festival and More!).
BETWEEN ROCK AND A HARD PLACE will screen on Sunday, March 22. You can purchase a $25 weekend pass or pay $15 for Sunday.
You can keep up with BETWEEN ROCK AND A HARD PLACE by liking the film’s Facebook page. There you’ll find announcements of additional screenings.