Friday, July 29, 2011

Cleveland, Oh Area Filmmakers To Hold Production Kickoff Party August 4th

[Press release from Darkest Night Productions LLC]

Discovery Photo is proud to announce the Grand Opening of their state of the art gallery and studio, featuring the work of Scott T. Morrison. We are also excited to introduce our new company, Darkest Night Productions LLC, which is currently in pre-production of their first feature film, AMY. Brian E. White (screenwriter/director/producer) will be on hand to discuss our dream and all investment
opportunities available.

Please join us in celebrating our new adventures on August 4th, from 7pm to 9 pm, at Discovery Photo Gallery and Studio, 27629 Chagrin Blvd., Suite 107, Woodmere, OH 44122. The celebration will take place on the actual production set. Wine and light hors dʼoeuvres will be served. The filmʼs lead actors will be available to meet and greet.

Local screenwriter/director/producer Brian White (Darkest Night Productions) and filmmaker/director Jonathan Koenig (C-Town Film Factory) are combining forces to produce a full-length feature film this fall titled AMY. AMY tackles America's drunk driving epidemic head-on with its visceral and no-holds-barred depiction of how the lives of victims, their families and the lives of the perpetrators are horrifically altered and destroyed by this common tragedy. AMY weaves clever twists, leaving you guessing until the end, as it breathes new life into the age-old, self-fulfilling prophecy of how karma always comes back around to repay us for our misdeeds. The story is a raw tale of reflection, retribution and above all else, redemption. If you drink and drive, Amy is coming for you. AMY will be shot entirely on location in the Cleveland, OH area and will push the production boundaries of independent filmmaking, while ambitiously using the horror/revenge genre to raise awareness to the ongoing problem of drunk driving.

Brian White has lived in the Northeast Ohio area his entire life. After losing a young relative to drunk driving, White believes that in one way or another, we’ve all had our lives affected by drunk driving. Filmmaker Jonathan Koenig is joining White to make a feature film that will change the way people view independent features, using unconventional production techniques, a meticulous thought process and most importantly, passion in their work. Their goal is simple: To make an intelligent and entertaining film grounded in reality, but leveraging the ever-popular horror/revenge genre to force viewers to think, and ultimately care about, the characters in the film and the problem of drunk driving. The city of Cleveland will prominently be on display. For more information please contact us via email at or to RSVP for August 4th, please do so at

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