Indie Film “Red Eye” Set to Premiere this May

A year after launching a successful crowdfunding campaign to finance their movie, young filmmakers Tristan Clay and Destinie Orndoff are more than excited to share their first effort with the world. Well known for their support of independent cinema, Gateway Film Center in Columbus, Ohio will play host to the film, as well as a Q&A session with the cast and director, on May 27th.

Synopsis:
“Red Eye” is a legend Gage Barker use to be told as a kid. When he found out there was some truth behind this legend he gathered a group of friends to hike in the backwoods of Black Creek, WV to help him use this as the basis for his first film project. To what extent will they go to make this project a reality? Will their passion bleed through? Or cross the line?

If you’re in the area (or plan on getting into the area), tickets for the premiere can be purchased here: Click here for tickets to Red Eye premiere

 

 

Stay gory my friends.

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