Well, after a long, sometimes arduous, journey beginning way back in the summer of 2015, my vessel of a short film LEAVE – based upon my short story of the same name – has found its homeport at Amazon Prime and is now available to be viewed for free by all… provided you are either a U.S. or U.K. Prime subscriber. If not, then it will cost you a mere buck/pound or two to watch it.
So, hey, check it out for me. It’s only a short film so it will take you less than fifteen minutes to watch. A piece of (tea)cake. And if you do check it out, do me a favor and write a review for it, let me know what you think.
And if you’d like to know more about the film and its cast and crew, we have a spiffy website for it at leavethemovie.com. In addition to headshots and bios and other standard filmmaking propaganda, you can find “The Making of LEAVE,” a little documentary I had made about, well… the making of LEAVE. Check it out, it’s a lot of fun.
Even though it’s a long, slow, sometimes painful process, I really enjoyed being part of making a movie. And once I get this bloody novel finished that I’ve been working on close to two years now – soon, very soon – I plan to get back into the movie making thing pronto. It really is an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
The entire cast and crew, which includes yours truly, is very proud and honored to be able to show our film for the first time to the world at such a prestigious event.
We are also proud and honored to finally be able to share with you a short teaser of the film right now.
This teaser is shared from the Vimeo account of Leave’s talented producer Jeff Hammer; so, after you finish viewing and sharing it with all your friends and family, please make sure you check out the rest of Jeff’s amazing work.
BTW, if you’d like to read the short story from which I adapted the screenplay, you can receive a free copy of it and other stories when signing up for my newsletter.
This amazing short film is trending on youtube. I don’t always check to see what’s trending on youtube because usually there are only inane things I have no interest in; however, I may have to start checking more often if there is the chance that there is more quality art to discover such as this quality production.