Filmed in a single, six-minute take, this is the story of two feuding exes who are unfortunately reunited while grocery shopping, resulting in a very awkward, very public display of spite. This short is a spinoff from the feature length screenplay THE WEDDING PARTY, an ensemble romantic comedy also written to be filmed in one continuous shot.
SMU alumni include writer and director Thane Economou, producer Ryan Hawkins, actor and producer James Lentzsch, actor Nick Commella, and 2nd Assistant director Dane Brannan.
On set photos from production of All the Wrong Friends, the first feature-length film shot as part of the Summer Film Production.
On set photos from production of The Dread Factory, a 40-minute supernatural thriller created by Advertising and Film & Media Arts students/faculty in summer 2010. The movie was shot in the abandoned bread factory (now the site of SMU's data center) on the south side of Mockingbird, shortly before the building was demolished. Photos by Gerald Reihsen IV (SMU B.A. Film 2011).
NOTE: You've probably heard Ron Judkins' work in films such as "Jurassic Park" and "Saving Private Ryan" -- Judkins won a best sound Oscar for each of those films and has provided his sound-design skills to many other Hollywood and independent features (he was also nominated for Spielberg's "Schindler's List" and for best sound mixing on "War of the Worlds"). His first feature as a writer-director, "The Hi-Line," debuted at Sundance in 1999 and eventually sold to Showtime.
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