Here’s your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite.
In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.
“Make It Rain”
devastating drought result in a magical night he won’t soon forget.
family arguing about money. They live on a farm and there’s a drought:
not good. To take his mind off of things, the boy turns on the local
college team and catches a glimpse of his favorite player, nicknamed
“The Rainmaker.” When the announcer comments that the nickname came from
the player’s ability to “make it rain from the outside”, the young boy
becomes convinced that with a little practice (and some movie magic
thrown in for good measure), he too can “Make It Rain”.
Writer/Director – Chris Spisak
Producer – Erin Howell
Executive Producer – Dwayne Washington
Cinematographer/Editor – Chase Rees
About the Production:
“I’m currently employed as an 8th grade math teacher at a middle
school just outside of Houston, Texas. I know, I know…but while my
career in education pays the bills, I spend every free moment I have
(when I’m not dodging spitballs or unjamming lockers in between classes)
working on independent film and video projects. I wrote this short film several years ago as a nod to the films of my
youth that made me believe in the “magic of movies”. It’s a departure
from what I normally do, but that’s the point. I’m excited to try
something new!” – Chris Spisak
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