The film, directed by Daniel Judson, features a number of artists from the Asheville music scene and is set in part at Edisto Island.
Staring Drez Ryan and Jeff Alexander, it tells the story of “two best friends on opposite sides of the Civil War.”
Helmed by story creator Christopher Gaspar and told by a number of local arts professionals and visionaries, the 12-minute video aims to embrace “healthy conversation between creatives, activists and entrepreneurs.”
The story follows a car named Sangria that is stolen for fun by a group of teens. But even though some of the film’s characters surmise the car will be found, stripped and up on blocks somewhere, what actually happens is wholly unexpected.
Asheville filmmaker Carly Calhoun has released a series of short documentaries on the impact of coal ash, with an eye toward doing a feature-length documentary.