My friend, the self-made author and auteur, Tanner Parsons, will be having his short comedy film, Way To Heaven, shown at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival (CGIFF).
Oh, and i have a small part and do voice-overs as a psychopomp (yes, that’s a real word — Wikipedia it).
The film plays this Thursday, 8/16, 11:30 am at the newly renovated Kiggins Theatre on 1011 Main Street in Vancouver, Washington. Yeah, I know — damn early, and in Vancouver. But I hope you can deal and come on out for a fun piece.
Here’s the trailer:
Here’s the schedule for the CGIFF.
A bit on the film — Way To Heaven is a comic meditation on the afterlife and (maybe) the end of the world. Noah Mickens of Wanderlust Circus plays the Devil. God is played by a nine year old boy. The angel who takes over while the psychopomp gets a vacation is played by a seven year old girl. Just the idea that a 9-year-old & 7-year-old are running the universe makes everything suddenly make sense to me. And you get to see a lot of nicely shot oregon scenery.
Once again, the 411 — CGIFF, Way To Heaven, short comic film, part of a bill of four shorts, Thursday, 8/16, 11:30 am, Kiggins Theatre, Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver, Washington.” target=”_blank”>1011 Main Street, Vancouver, Washington.
No autographs, please.