For someone who doesn't get high, besides the morning cup of coffee of course, last weekend had me on the wings of something spectacular. I'm sitting in the Green Hills theater, at the 2015 Nashville Film Festival, listening to the song I wrote and recorded for the short film "Daddy's Little Girl," playing on the Silver Screen. What a feeling.
This extraordinary little film tells the story of a precocious young girl who uses her self-taught science knowledge to take control and finally tackle the problem of her abusive father head on. Among the many talented folks involved in this film is the film's star, 11-year old Robin-August Fritsch, who is quite the precocious and lovable kid in real life. Then there's the BRAINS behind it all - Trey and Chad McClarnon of Best Part Productions (once you see the film you'll know why the word "brains" is so squeamishly special.) Trey and Chad are brothers who make a perfect writer/director team, and I'm so happy to call them friends and creative comrades.
Finally, let me say that with great hoopla that Nashville loved our film so much after the first showing that it voted us into the TN Audience Awards at the Nashville Film Fest! The show is tonight and sadly for you, it's all sold out. But you can still catch the last showing Friday at 1p.
I leave you with my song of the same title. Check out the music box version, too...it's creepy :)