It may be cliché, but this is absolutely a relationship business. Almost two years ago I pitched to do a rewrite of a screenplay written by Todd Baird: it’s a family film set in the world of lacrosse. The unique and powerful angle on this story is that the protagonists are Native American. A few people I had worked for previously were already on board, and I was fortunate to get the job.
The movie is called Crooked Arrows, and is intended to be the first nationally released lacrosse film. Crooked Arrows has a fantastic new website with a cool teaser trailer, and rumor has it that the film will shoot this summer. It’s a wonderful project with great people at the top. Mitchell Peck (Priest) and J.Todd Harris (The Kids Are All Right) are producing, and Steve Rash (The Buddy Holly Story, Can’t Buy Me Love), with whom I’ve worked twice before, is directing. I’m very proud to be associated with Crooked Arrows, and would appreciate it very much if you could support the film in any way you can. Join the mailing list, follow on Facebook and Twitter, and spread the word. I believe investing opportunities are still available, as well. Thanks for your help!