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DREAMWORLD

DREAMWORLD_MAIN POSTERdirected & shot by Ryan Darst | written by Whit Hertford & Robert J. Gibbs

music by Pleasant Pictures & CLASSIXX | executive producer Jeff Marshall

a  new wave romance.

Oliver Hayes, an aspiring animator whose confidence is at a low point, meets the captivating and impulsive Lily Blush, who encourages him to drop everything and go with her to Northern California in the hopes of fulfilling his fantasy of working for Pixar Animation Studios. As they travel up the coast, Oliver falls deeply in love, but upon making certain startling discoveries, he must decide if he wants to face reality or stay in dreamworld.

A V A I L A B L E  now on Blu-Ray iTunes

also streaming on Google PlayYoutubePlaystation & VUDU

Original soundtrack by Pleasant Pictures available on iTunes

WHISPER

CAST:

Whit Hertford  // Mary Kate Wiles // Nora Kirkpatrick // Matt Bush // Johnny Pemberton // Matt Jones // Kelly Daly // Lauren Lapkus // Nick Thune // Ian Wolterstorff // Jim Connor // Allan McLeod // Jeaux Janovsky

PRESS & REVIEWS:

Ashland Film Festival Q & A w/ director Ryan Darst

“…Using deftly improvised dialogue, ‘Dreamworld’ features an intimate view of the painful distinctions to be made between dreams and reality.” – Ashland Independent Film Festival

“The performances were great – Hertford has a great face for wounded sincerity.” – Florida Film Festival

“…manages to bring losers of epic proportion together and make us want them to triumph through all that they do to each other and themselves. An amazing cast led by Whit Hertford (who also wrote and produced) & Mary Kate Wiles (who turns a stereotype into an archetype) gives the script the right balance of dreaminess and weight.” – Florida Film Festival

“Hertford and Wiles are charming and the chemistry radiates on screen.” – Newport Beach Film Festival

IMDB reviews:

“It’s the little things in this movie that make it great to watch. Great transitions between dialog and soundtrack, intimate camera work showing off the actors’ expressions, and unexpected moments where the supporting cast gets a chance to shine and make all the characters in the story pop out as three dimensional.”

“…direction is superb, and it’s beautifully shot. Every frame is wonderful to look at. The actors are so believable as their character/s that you almost forget you’re not watching a documentary (almost). They’re incredibly realistic and communicative with more-than-words – their language, facial expression; the story just lingers in their eyes….You can’t not-watch every second, you want to keep going. Quite honestly, I wanted more at the end – I wanted to explore more……The visuals flow so nicely, the soundtrack is a great flow as well – they pair up so naturally you almost feel like it they were built around/for each other.”

ART (for poster prints email sneakattackfilms@gmail.com)

DW velour screening poster

Discussion

9 thoughts on “DREAMWORLD

  1. Where can I see the film? Please email me to let me know as the trailer looks great and the reviews are wonderful!

    Posted by Rhonda Carr | September 6, 2013, 10:13 pm
  2. Hey! Just finished watching the movie and it is amazing! Superb work,it has been a while since I`ve watched something that made me escape and this one does just that. It`s nice to see great films are still being made in this ocean of hollywood blockbusters. I also had a question on the technical side but not sure if this is the right place to ask. I was wondering what cameras where used to film?

    Posted by Gabriel Magloire | October 19, 2013, 4:36 pm
  3. This film is amazing and beautifully shot! But I can’t find the name of the song that’s playing while the “romantic scene” is happening. Could you tell me what it’s called? Thank you :)

    Posted by Moira Brenna | November 13, 2013, 7:48 pm
  4. Phenomenal acting and an amazing talent to capture the scenes in natural and warm intimate light, combined with a smooth shift from soundtrack to dialogues – absolutely made my week. Dancing in my seat simultaneously with the characters because I felt so involved. You created something worthwhile and I am happy to have watched your movie.

    Posted by 16tigers | December 29, 2013, 3:45 pm

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