It’s Official…


(The Off Hours)

Three, count them three films produced in Seattle are in Sundance. NWFF board member Megan GriffithsTHE OFF HOURS in the festival’s low budget section NEXT, and two in PARK CITY AT MIDNIGHT; Todd Rohal’s THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM and Calvin Reeder’s THE OREGONIAN. Congrats to all!

NEXT (<=>)

The Off Hours / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Megan Griffiths) – A passing truck driver brings an unfamiliar sense of optimism to a woman working the night shift at a quiet diner, reminding her it’s never too late to become the person you always wanted to be. Cast: Amy Seimetz, Ross Partridge, Scoot McNairy, Lynn Shelton, Bret Roberts, Tony Doupe.


The Catechism Cataclysm / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Todd Rohal) – After becoming disinterested with the church, a priest tracks down his old classmate, a former metalhead whom he idolized in high school. When the two embark on a canoeing trip together, all hell breaks loose. Cast:Steve Little, Robert Longstreet, Walter Dalton, Miki Ann Maddox, Koko Lanham. World Premiere

The Oregonian / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Calvin Lee Reeder) – After surviving a brutal car accident, a simple farm woman limps down the road into the nightmarish unknown. Cast: Lindsay Pulsipher, Robert Longstreet, Matt Olsen, Lynne Compton, Barlow Jacobs, Chadwick Brown, Jed Maheu, Roger M. Mayer. World Premiere



One Response to “It’s Official…”

  1. Ryan Says:

    “I just wanted to add to your message that Fiona Otway (who used to work as an editor with Longhouse Media since its creation until May 2010 when she moved to Philadelphia) is the editor of “Hell & Back Again” which is also going to Sundance (international documentary competition; it was in collaboration with a Director in the UK).

    The official announcement and a short description of the film is here:

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