We have received official word that THE NOTHING will premiere at the Nashville Film Festival on Thursday, April 14th at 5:45PM at the Regal Green Hills 16. In addition, they have informed us that we will have an ADDITIONAL screening on Friday, April 15th at 3:00PM, so you now have two opportunities to come see the film during the fest’s opening weekend.
Also, the image above is our official poster going into the festival. If you’re so inclined, click on it, and get the bigger version. Print it, share it, send the link the friends, go around town posting it to all fully legal places for posting such information, help us spread the word!
Individual tickets for the NaFF will be available to the general public on April 7th. You can purchase a full festival laminate now. www.NashvilleFilmFestival.org
As we start week 2, we have our second behind the scenes video for you to check out. This one dissects one of our stunt sequences. This was a particularly difficult sequence, and the end results should look great.
We also have a brand new batch of stills. Enjoy!
“Eternal nothingness is fine if you happen to be dressed for it.” – Woody Allen
“Everything starts somewhere.”- Ren in The Nothing
Many things about Ren are a mystery, even to himself, but one thing is clear; even before he awoke in The Nothing, he was already very lost. In the presence of the other men, and their uncompromising beliefs, he is forced to reconcile his own spiritual conflict.
In other words, apart from the known and the unknown, what else is there? – Harold Pinter
“It doesn’t matter. Does it? “Where” we are, or if everything else still exists… None of it matters. It doesn’t change the situation.” – Clark in THE NOTHING
The most enigmatic of the five men. Clark’s disheveled appearance, piercing eyes, and stoic responses to the chaotic events around him arouse curiosity in the others, a curiosity which slowly turns to suspicion.
“The unexamined faith is not worth having.” – Elton Trueblood
“Well, I’m certainly not a sinner.” – Lane in THE NOTHING
Religion is a severe weapon when wielded without the grip of grace, and Lane does so with both hands. His naivety causes him to live by platitudes and bumper sticker Christianity, and the shallowness of his beliefs makes him, perhaps, the most dangerous one among them.
“Got a light?” – Bud in THE NOTHING
“Anything that comes easy, comes wrong.” – Josephine Tessier
Bitter and sarcastic are Bud’s default settings, but alienating the only other people in provable existence could be problematic. His irritation that there isn’t one match or working lighter in the entire barn is a bit overblown, almost as if there is something more going on than nicotine withdrawals.