(PRWEB) October 25, 2004
International, award-winning poet, screenwriter, actor and producer Jeanne Marie Spicuzza of Seasons & a Muse, Inc. presents "FIELD DAY," a fast-paced, compelling high definition short film.
Sometimes the horrors of the past are the lessons of the future. Angela, a graduate student of American history at UCLA, is introduced to a new way of seeing by three young friends. Searching for a new apartment for herself and her boyfriend, Kai, Angela stumbles upon a renovated house beside a mysterious field. She meets Chris, the building manager, and his buddies, Riley and Joey, who invite her to partake in "war games." Chris explains that the field site has remained uninhabited since a troubled Vietnam veteran occupied it years ago.
The group sets out and soon learns about the nature of survival and conquest while confronted by the question, "What is the true cost of war?" Only their experience in "Field Day" can answer.
Cinematographer John OÂShaughnessy ("Shooter") makes his directing debut. With a stellar cast including Jeanne Marie Spicuzza, Will Keir, Billy Bradley and Robert DoBrev, brought forth by casting director Davida Vaccaro (ABC's 'The Bachelor' series), along with costume designer Lisa Ormiston ("Bathing in Absentia") and the talents of producer Isabelle Stead of Manmade Entertainment Inc., ÂFIELD DAYÂ is vividly realized through a surprising transformation that will leave the audience wanting more!
ÂFIELD DAYÂ becomes available on DVD through Jonathan Hemmings, Digital Video Networks and Screen International Magazine in November 2004, and premieres in Los Angeles at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, CA, at The Chaplin Theatre at 8 p.m. on October 29, 2004. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeanne Marie Spicuzza: A multi-talented artist, writer and actor, Ms. Spicuzza is the author of beautiful, terrible & true, a collection of poetry and writings, whose second printing will be available in 2004, she was nominated "Woman of the Year" in 1998 through the National Organization of Women. Frequently touring internationally, Ms. Spicuzza has been nominated for various awards. Her self-titled CD was nominated for a Golden Headset Award in 2001, only to be defeated by "James Earl Jones Reads the New Testament." Her work has been hailed by David Lynch, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Vatican and others. Her company, Seasons & a Muse, Inc., is currently in pre-production of two much-anticipated feature films penned by Ms. Spicuzza, "Making Angels," directed by the highly acclaimed Julie Dash, and "Breath of God." Ms. Spicuzza currently lives in Los Angeles.
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