A full-length feature film will be made in Wheaton in May and June of 2013.
Last year, Dan Smolla, who has an MFA in creative writing, wrote and acted in the short film, "I Am Almost Always Wrong." http://vimeo.com/45379793
He is now embarking on a new, more ambitious project, the full-length surreal comedy, "The Night-Like Daydreams of Wolfgang Deedle."
Here's what it's about:
Wolfgang Deedle, deeply steeped in Jungian concepts such as projection and guided meditation techniques, is catapulted by his obsession for a woman into an intense journey of self-inquiry. While following Wolfgang through his longing-fueled crisis, the film takes a slap-stick survey of various contemporary psychologies and New Age interests including Anger Management, Dream Analysis, Psychological Projection, Communication Workshops, Visualization, Support Groups, Superficial Positivism, Divination, and Zen Meditation. The comedy finally veers toward mysticism, playfully confronting the very nature of personality and reality itself.
Trailer for the film at this link! Share it!
And enjoy this brief comedy video about Conflict Resolution related to film:
Watch the film destroy actress Shana Weinstein (not for the feint of heart)
Contact Dan Smolla with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org