Recently Allen Richards of B-Independent.com was kind enough to review Stunt Kitty Films latest film, THE GOLEM, for his indie film site.
For those unfamiliar with Allen and his work, he has been an outspoken champion of microcinema and indie filmmaking almost from the beginning, offering a meeting place on the web at B-Independent.com for film makers to share their experiences and ideas about the art and craft of microcinema.
A year ago Debora had the opportunity to appear in documentary film by Tony Okun about city parks and how they fit into the lives of a community.
The film recently had its world premiere screening September 26th at the San Diego Natural History Museum. The fund raiser for the San Diego Parks and Recreation department was a smash hit with much positive feedback about the film which will be shown on PBS later in the year.
"Working with Tony was joy", said Debora, who appears in the film with our basset hound Berry-Marie whom we lost earlier this year to cancer.
Sticking with our pledge as an equal opportunity exploiter, SKF is proud present alumni Chappie Hunter appearing as "May" in the 2006 San Diego County's Calendar of Heroes...
Chappie was a complete professional during his half day of work on the set of SKF's "The Golem" as Limo Driver #1, generously donating the second half of his role to his cousin, Philip Faiss, who finished the day's shoot as Limo Driver #2.