From the Producer of THE LAN, the Trailer for EXPERIMENT 7.

Posted by Peter Hall - May 10th 2009 @ 9:38 pm

Does the name Dwight Cenac mean anything to you?  No?  Of course not, but it means something to me.

Back when I was 19 I set out to write and direct a horror movie.  It was a complete piece of shit and even though a 45 minute cut of that supposed movie exists, the world will never see it outside of a DVD extra on a better film.  I didn’t have the talent nor the discipline to make a movie at that age, but I tried anyway.

The man who supplied the equipment for my follies was Dwight Cenac.  Complete and total stranger Dwight Cenac.  He was a friend of a friend and when the middle man between the two of us asked if Dwight, an aspiring actor and producer, wanted to make a movie. Well he up and drove from Jacksonville, FL to Manassas, VA with several thousand dollars worth of cameras, lights and wireless microphones and slept on strangers floors for two weeks to try and make it happen.

Though nothing I care to show ever came of my stillborn THE LAN, Dwight has consistently said he would like to remake it one day.  Since then all I’ve done is rewrite the movie a few dozen times in my head.  Dwight, on the other hand, has popped up all over the place.  His first big project was a STAR WARS fan film called SANDRIMA RISING, but now he’s gone and got himself a chunky role both in front of and behind the camera for Joe “100 TEARS” Davison’s newest film called EXPERIMENT 7.

I’m not saying that EXPERIMENT 7 looks like a masterpiece.  I’m not saying everything Dwight touches is gold.  But the man drove a thousand miles to help shoot a script I wrote, which forever earns him carte blanche for free plugs on HND.  So please, check out the trailer for his latest film and keep it in mind whenever it comes out for consumption.  Not that I’ll let such a day go by without a comparable post like this.

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  1. Ana
    May 10th, 2009 | 11:28 pm | #1

    Joe Davison did 100 Tears.

  2. May 11th, 2009 | 5:42 am | #2

    That he did, that he did.

  3. Matt
    May 13th, 2009 | 4:18 pm | #3

    KUDOS Peter. Small unknown indie folks…wether on screen or the stage…need more support. A lot of hard work and dedication goes into these projects and often very little(if any)recognition. I’ve been involved in several “guerilla” acting projects in DC over the past few year at the DC fringe festival and they have all been the most rewarding and interesting acting experiences i’ve had.

    P.S. Let me know when you hold auditions for The LAN!!

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