In the run-up to the upcoming
Dismissal Time screening at the Indie Short Film Series, check out this wonderful new article in The Daily Progress about the film written by Jane Sathe: https://dailyprogress.com/entertainment/movies/at-indie-short-film-series-dismissal-time-explores-bias-hope/article_b02554e2-0c3e-11ed-80d8-3bb53d2fe982.html
If you’re in Charlottesville, be sure to get your tickets to see Dismissal Time on the big screen at the
Indie Short Film Series happening on Saturday at 7pm! Get your tickets now! https://www.eventbrite.com/…/indie-short-film-series…
We are delighted to announce that Dismissal Time has been accepted to screen as part of the Indie Short Film Series in Charlottesville, VA! More details about the screening are pending. Congrats to our cast and crew for another opportunity to get this important story told.
A group of friends in the upscale suburbs of Washington D.C. encounter backstabbing, betrayal, and cowardly lies over the course of a friendly dinner party.
*2015 World Music & Independent Film Festival Award Winner for “Best Actress in a Short Film/DMV” – Catie Carlton.
Starring Catie Carlton, Andrew Agner-Nichols, Danny Dobyns, Adrian Fernandez, Honey St. Dennis, and Rebecca Schall.
Executive Produced, Written, and Directed by Anna Snead & Andre´ Joseph
Produced by Lauren Horvath
Cinematography & Editing by Andre´ Joseph
Music by Matthew Hackett
2015 AJ Epyx Productions, LLC and Crazy Daisy Films
THE DINNER (2015) from AJ Epyx Productions on Vimeo.