Tulsa, OK— March 1, 2019 — Today False Pretense Films announced that it will produce “Across the Plane: Tom Carpenter’s Journey” based on the novel, Across the Plane by Jake Pixley. Filming begins in May 2019. Kenneth “Ken” Hess of False Pretense Films will direct the film. “I’m honored to work with the author on bringing this story to the screen. It’s a moving story about loss, love, and discovery.”
Ken and Jake have successfully completed casting and are currently scouting locations in and around Siloam Springs, Arkansas where the film will be shot. “Siloam Springs is the perfect location for Across the Plane,” according to author Jake Pixley who suggested the location. “It has everything we need.”
Most of the cast members, crew, and author are from Arkansas. Joe Callery (Tom Carpenter) and Ken Hess both live in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “The whole team is excited to get started and I’m excited to work with them. We have a top-notch group of experienced actors, one of the best editors in the business, and a great story. Independent film is alive and well in Arkansas.” – Ken Hess, Director, Across the Plane.
If you’ve heard about The Hate Project, this is the right place to be for more information. The Hate Project is about telling everyone what you hate. It’s not about hating people; it’s about hating a thing, a food, an event, or some inanimate object. For example, some of my first haters said things like, “Cauliflower”, “Getting old”, and “Liberals.” Sure, that last one is a “people” hate but it’s also funny.
This project is an experimental look at Hate in the context of “We all hate the same things.” It’s also to show that we’re not that different from one another in what we hate.
If you can’t think of something to hate, I have a long list of things (mostly funny) to help out.
Here’s how it works:
I have my camera and microphone set up in a nice, shady location at the Guthrie Green.