Dark As Night Screenplay Accepted

We were thrilled to learn today that our screenplay for Dark As Night was accepted by the 2015 Artists Alliance Short Screenplay Contest. Now that Dark As Night has been accepted it will be submitted to the first round of judging where it will be evaluated for: Plot Character Development Dialogue Pace and Structure Format and Presentation T...
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The Final Scene

Although it wasn't the last scene we will be shooting, it was the final scene of "Dark As Night." To accomplish it, we met Sgt. Craig Weaver at the Abingdon Police Department early Sunday morning. When we first arrived, Sgt. Weaver joked that he wanted to fly the drone, and I could drive the vintage police cruiser. Then, we followed Sgt. Weaver to the location on Old ...
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Enter Detective Stevens

Rick McVey performs regularly at the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia, as part of the full time Barter ensemble cast, so we were really happy when he agreed to play Det. Ray Stevens in Dark As Night. We're shooting the scene at the Abingdon Police Department, thanks to Chief Tony Sullivan's help. He told us that he's been involved in a number of film projects, includ...
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Behind the Scenes

It takes a lot of people working together to make a film. Dark As Night is no exception. The pivotal scene for our film was shot at the Old Fairview Cabin, Abingdon, Virginia on July 13. During the scene, Doc (Neal Crown) and Ryder (Mike Miller) try to convince Bear (Shane McElhinney) to help them cover up Mary Jo's (Holly Lane) murder. We were fortunate to have Tim Alto...
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