After weeks of anxiously waiting, we finally received the screening schedule for the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival! Our screening for Dismissal Time is listed under “Political Dynamics (Political Filmmaking)” and the information is as follows:
Wednesday, June 8th, 2022
Screening Block Time: 3:00pm – 4:45pm
SeraPhi Screening Room
941 N. Front Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
General admission tickets for a single screening block are $10. You can purchase any ticket options at FilmFreeway. More info about the festival can be found at the PIFF official website. Hope to see you there!
A new AJ Epyx Productions short film from award-winning filmmaker, André Joseph (Vendetta Games, The Saxophonist). In the prestigious high school Ovaduke Academy, TK Clark is an innocent freshman who is the target of a vicious form of cyber bulling. When the incident turns tragic and the school administration tries to sweep it under the rug, TK’s history teacher Sharon Vance makes it her mission to bring those responsible to task. Loosely inspired by true events.
The film stars Lisa Regina, Troy Sill, Oliver Feaster, Jay Pastelak, Kat Walsh, Sarah Dolhansky, Kayla Minore, Isaiah Faircloth, Denise Spaulding, Dave Goodman and special appearance by Chris Corulla, Jr. Music by Matthew Hackett with additional music by Konstantin Soukhovetski. Executive Producer is Lisa Regina. Associate Producers are Chris Galassi and Nancy Martignetti. Cinematography by Greg Lassik of Endless Wave Productions. Written, produced, directed, and edited by André Joseph.
As we are near the end of fine tuning the short film, we are very happy to release the official movie poster for DISMISSAL TIME! Also, we want to announce that the trailer will be out later this week on all our social media platforms. Be ready. It’s almost TIME.
When a black high school student in a reputable prep school becomes the victim of a vicious form of cyber bullying, his history teacher makes it her mission to bring those responsible to task. With events loosely based on my personal experiences in high school, this short film will serve as examination of the most timely social issues of the day, from racism and classism to bullying all within the context of the educational arena.