LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Two and half years of work is coming together for the big screen.
The movie is called “Intentions” and features more than 50 cast members. The movie premiered at Eastside 9 Wednesday night.
It was written by Seth Fisher and directed by Ryan Kingma. They said the project started as a simple chase scene, but evolved into an hour and 45 minute film.
The movie was shot in Lafayette, Indianapolis and Illinois. Kingma said he was excited to show the movie and hoped the audience would enjoy it.
“A fourth of the movie is filled with action. There’s some car chase scenes and a lot of hand-to-hand combat. We had a lot of help with that as well because none of us is real familiar with that. We had a lot of help behind camera helping us out as well,” said Kingma.
Fisher said he was a little nervous Wednesday about the film’s premiere.
“Once I get there, I’m there, but I think it’s just the calm before the storm. You never know what’s going to happen tonight. I want to get there and there be tons of people ready to see it,” said Fisher.
The movie will have another showing Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7.50. However, Kingma said parents should hire a baby sitter and leave their kids at home, if they plan to see it.