Shangri-La Suite is the name of a feature film I will (hopefully) be directing in the (very near) future. If all goes according to plan, it could shoot as soon as this winter (or, you know, in like eight years)*. Things are looking good, but you never know. The film industry is a fickle place and it’s tuff stuff to get dudes to donate millions of bones to a movie co-written and directed by a freckle-faced, 25-year-old hipster. Who knew?
Anyway, The movie takes place in 1974 and it’s about two lovers on the run, headed to Los Angeles, to kill Elvis Presley (kind of like Gravity). Here are some photos I took during the production of a teaser we shot to stir up interest in the biz. EO
*The average American film takes seven years from the moment the script is started to the day of its theatrical release. So far, I’m only three years in.