Our film TWO PEOPLE HE NEVER SAW is currently in Post-Production. The film is coming together but we need your help to complete this part of the process.
TWO PEOPLE HE NEVER SAW is a conversation between two men at a bar in 1944. One of them shares that the only thing he'd care to do for Christmas is to take two people he's never seen out to a fine dinner... It's a short story by John McNulty that first appeared in The New Yorker in 1944.
The project is inspired by all of John McNulty's writings, his contemporaries James Thurber, Joseph Mitchell and old NYC saloon culture. We we're also influenced by the shooting styles and relationships of the films SCARECROW and FAT CITY.
McNulty's words are brought to life by veteran actors Kevin Corrigan and Nick Sandow. Beautifully shot by Jon Miller and Minos Papas, edited by Frank Reynolds and produced and directed by Kevin Corrigan and Marcel Simoneau.
WHAT WE NEED:
The film has been shot and is currently being edited. We're trying to raise 3500$ to cover post-production expenses. These include:
Acquiring music rights
Creation of printed materials and shipping to festivals
Creation of DVD's
Please help out with a donation if you can. Every bit counts.
We would very much like to thank those who volunteered during production!!!
- (30 days)