“Fishing for Men” made into a short film in New York
Anthony Ponzio and Galyn Clarkson-Farrell.
In June, my short (and dark) piece “Fishing For Men” was performed in the annual Gone in 60 Seconds Festival of one-minute plays in New York. (You can find performance photos here.)
Producer Rose Bonczek asked if it would be OK if she had the piece turned into a short film to enter in the MSN/New York Television Festival Short Form Storytellers Challenge.
Naturally, I said “yes.”
Here’s the result. Well, sort of. I haven’t seen the actual video yet, but Rose shares these photos from the shooting:
Actors Collin McConnell and Mickey Ryan, looking dubious about the wildlife in the water…
Anthony and Galyn, patiently waiting for LaGuardia airport to re-route its planes..
Anthony Ponzio, our fearless director and cinematographer
Mickey Ryan, glad he’s not the one whose head will be going into the pond…
Some of the many members of our wee audience…
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