The whole experience was surreal on many levels. A short story I had written in India had been found on Mcstorytellers by a director in California and made in to a short film. Watching his interpretation of the story on a big screen surrounded by industry people and my brother was an experience I will never forget.
Below is the theater and my favorite picture from the shoot featuring the director himself Mr. Vincent Sabella and actress Alison Sieke.
And if all this wasn't already enough Mr. Dain and Mr. Sabella now want to adapt my novella The Care Home into a feature length film.
The Care Home was published by the ever supportive and talented Brendan Gisby of Mcstorytellers in 2013. I am currently writing the screenplay and the film will be produced by Joe Dain and directed by Vincent Sabella.
Through and as a result of Mcstorytellers The Care Home has sold 684 copies and continues to sell. It has 37 reviews on Amazon at an average of 4.7 stars and now is in the process of becoming a feature length film.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Brendan Gisby and the McStorytellers community, Joe Dain and Vincent Sabella.