I’m proud to share the news that a short film I wrote and co-produced will have its first public screening at Pensacon. It is called Page-Jumper and it’s equal parts sci-fi, thriller and meta-storytelling. It was directed by Eduardo Miyar, who previously directed Overlapping Scenarios, and boasts a cast that includes actor/writer/documentarian Mike Malloy. Here’s the official synopsis:
“Angie leads a humdrum life, toiling day in and day out at a dead-end job. Her only source of excitement is escaping through her favorite series of spy novels, “Blade Of Justice.” Everything changes on the day her boss calls her into his office to talk to some surprising visitors from a shadowy government agency who accuse her of a very strange crime.”
If you want to more, you’ll have to see the film. It will be shown as part of the Pensacola Short Film Festival Showcase, which takes place on Saturday, February 24th at 4:30 pm in the Pensacola Little Theatre. Admission is included as part of a pass to Pensacon.
And that’s not all the fun that’s on tap for that Saturday in February. Pensacon is an ever-growing multi-genre convention that takes place from the 23rd to the 25th and features hundreds of celebrity guests, panels, costume contests and workshops. The interests covered by this convention include sci-fi, comic books, filmmaking, robotics and much, much more.