Thursday, October 2, 2014

New Hampshire-filmed short "Wired" premieres at Action on Film Int'l Film Festival

[Congrats on the premiere--we're looking forward to hearing more news soon! From the filmmakers:]
Local first-time filmmaker Jordan Mitchell-Love's short film "Wired" had its world premiere at the Action on Film International Film Festival In Monrovia, California this past August.  The film was shown alongside many other well-established filmmakers and actors, including one starring the children of the late David Carradine.

"Wired" is an action short and tells the story of a former secret agent named Ryan Miller, who is living in hiding and is presented to the audience tied to a chair, beaten, and given a choice, one that will decide whether he lives or dies.

Praise was overall positive, with particular emphasis on the film locations, the acting, as well as the cinematography.  "Wired" was a proof of concept film, demonstrating that action movies can have a fleshed out plot and well developed characters.

Mitchell-Love came up with the idea and story due to a desire to showcase his stunt and martial arts prowess.  Mitchell-Love was lead actor, co-writer, producer, and stunt coordinator.  He approached Paul Anthony Rogers of Lynnfield, MA, a long time collaborator, about the project, and the two worked together to write a script.  Rogers was also the director of the film.

Mitchell-Love, an alum of Keene State College in Keene, NH, also asked several of his former classmates to assist in the project, including cinematographer Bryant Naro and Emmy-nominated sound editor Meagan Frappiea of Keene; Samuel Lusted of Manchester as assistant camera; and Dustin Howard of Keene as Key Grip and actor.  Other cast and crew include Andy To (Bethlehem, PA) as stunt choreographer and actor; Julie LeShane (Waltham, MA) for makeup; and Ben Bornstein (New York, NY) as the specialty prop designer.

The goal of "Wired" is to use the film as a proof of concept to gain funding for a television pilot, which Mitchell-Love hopes to film in Northern New England.

"Wired" was filmed during Labor Day weekend of 2013 in and around Bellows Falls, VT and Keene, NH.

For information on how to screen the film or further details, please contact Jordan Mitchell-Love at
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