The students of William & Mary in partnership with Identity Production Studios LLC have finished the long-awaited short film "Solo Orange". The Virginia Gazette ran a story on the film during its early stages of development.
Directed by William & Mary college junior Isaac F. Davis, "Solo Orange" follows the story of a young college student who struggles to cope with the pain of anxiety and depression. The film was fully produced by William and Mary students with heavy astounding support from local businesses including the Fat Canary, The Cheese Shop, Dog Street Pub, The trellis, The Blue Tallon, Rumors Boutique, Blessed Driving School, and many others! The William & Mary Wellness center has pledged support behind the film and its purpose for its students.
The film is the most high quality, most complex film the company (IDPS) has produced to date. The film will premiere on March 24, 2019, at the Saddler Center Commonwealth Auditorium in 4K.
Please take a look at the film trailer and event details below.
Solo Orange Film Trailer: https://youtu.be/f9koTVHwLdg
Solo Orange Premiere Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/solo-orange-short-film-tickets-57352146815
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