A Peculiar Thud is an official selection of the Sanford International Film Festival in Maine. The festival runs October 18-22. More information at their website: www.sanfordfilmfest.com. Thank you, James and the rest of Sanford International Film Festival for accepting our film!
A Peculiar Thud screens this Wednesday night at the 2017 SAFILM - San Antonio Film Festival (which opens tomorrow) and in the Thrills and Chills Shorts block. Check out their very cool festival and program here: http://safilm.com/2017-san-antonio-film-festival-program/. Tickets available here https://events.time.ly/o51h1u1/355307?popup=1. Thanks, SAFILM, for selecting our film to be a part of this year’s awesome lineup!
Deadpoint (which I co-wrote and edited) and A Peculiar Thud will be screening at two festivals this Friday, July 14. Links below!
A Peculiar Thud is an official selection of the NewFilmmakers New York 2017 summer series. It'll be screening at the Anthology Film Archives in New York on September 13, just in time to start ringing in that creepy fall weather. Thanks to Barney, Brandon, and the NewFilmmakers NY team for selecting our film! More updates coming soon-
It’s a great weekend, horror fans! This weekend, Ross Morin’s A PECULIAR THUD will screen at three film festivals. Tomorrow night, the film will be screening at the 17th annual Cape Fear Independent Film Festival in Wilmington, North Carolina (http://www.cfifn.org). The same night, we’ll be screening at the seventh annual International Horror Hotel Film Festival and Convention in Hudson, Ohio (http://www.horrorhotel.net/film-screenings.html) where the film has won an Honorable Mention. The weekend wraps up on Sunday when A Peculiar Thud will be screening at the sixth annual Film Festival of Columbus (http://filmfestivalofcolumbus.com/schedule).
Deadpoint, aka the prequel to my award-winning feature film, A Wheel out of Kilter, has been accepted to the 2017 Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase where it will screen in July. I co-wrote Deadpoint with Matthew Herbertz two years ago and edited it last year; we're proud it's heading to Texas. Thanks, FWIFS!
A Peculiar Thud has been accepted to the 20th annual Long Island International Film Expo where it will screen this summer in the second week of July. Check out the link to their site for more details. The LIIFE was called "one of the top 25 coolest film festivals in the world" by Movie Maker magazine and we couldn't be more proud to have been selected. Thanks, LIIFE!
A Peculiar Thud took home the award for Best Horror Short at the Southeast New England Film Music and Arts Festival in Providence, RI this weekend. I was at the screening and for the q&a and met a lot of great people. Thanks to Don and Phil and the rest of your team at SENEfest!
We are happy to announce that A Peculiar Thud is an official selection of the Film Festival of Columbus in Ohio. We've spent some time in Ohio (many of us are alums of Ohio University in Athens) and we are proud to be returning to the awesome city of Columbus. Thanks, FFCOL!
A Peculiar Thud is an official selection of the Southeast New England Film, Music & Arts Festival in Providence, RI. Congrats to the team and thanks to SENE! A bunch of crew will be there in attendance. Check out http://www.kilteredproductions.com/screenings.html for details on upcoming screenings.
Today I achieved the greatest success of my entire career: I was informed that I will be granted promotion and tenure by Connecticut College. I began applying for jobs in academia in 2007, and today, I can let go of the worry of having to do it again. I can make Connecticut my home.
I am deeply grateful to and thankful for my family, friends, teachers, and colleagues who helped me get here, and without whom, I’m not sure I would have made it. Most of all - tenure means nothing without their love and support that makes my life possible, worth it, meaningful, and beautiful.