SenoReality Pictures, in association with Free State Studios, has just wrapped production on a new short film entitled “Time’s Up, Eve”, a supernatural thriller set in the 1940’s starring Sharon Wright and Ari Bavel.
Directed by Patrick Rea and co-written by Rea and Jon Niccum, the film was shot in Lawrence, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. The director of photography is Hanuman Brown-Eagle, who shot “Time’s Up, Eve” in black and white to give it a true “noir” feel. Rea and company hope to have the film finished by the end of the summer.
Below are some stills Rea sent over to give us a feel for how the completed short will look:
Rea is currently nearing the end of production on SenoReality’s next feature, Nailbiter. Read more about that in Heather Wixson’s recent interview with the up-and-coming filmmaker here.
Other SenoReality shorts have recently made the rounds of festivals and conventions (click each title to see them right here on Dread Central). “Now That You’re Dead” screened at A Night of Horror International Film Festival in Sydney, Australia, this past weekend, as did “Do Not Disturb” at Cinema Wasteland, and “Next Caller” will screen at the Indy Horror Film Festival, which runs May 1st and 2nd in Dekalb, IL. For more info visit SenoReality Pictures and Free State Studios.
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