This Father’s Day, if you find yourself in SoHo, New York City, I encourage you to check out The Tenth Year film, which is having its World Premiere at the SOHO International Film Festival on Sunday, June 17, at 11 AM at Village East Cinemas on Second Ave in NYC.
This film was inspired by the true-life experiences of Renee Napier, who also had a song written about her life by singer/songwriter, Matthew West. Former soap opera actors, Austin Peck and his wife, Terri Conn-Peck, are the real-life couple who portray the on-screen couple, giving powerful performances in this drama that will have you in tears by its end.
The Tenth Year was written and produced by father and son team, Richard B. Anderson and Richard Anderson and directed by Richard Anderson (past winner of Best Student Film on Long Island at the Hamptons Take 2 festival for Decisions and Journey). This true to life drama follows the lives of a broken couple who, after 10 years without their son, are still trying to get their lives back on track — but a parole hearing changes everything.
Young filmmaker Richard Anderson is owner of RA Cinematics and his father, Richard B. Anderson is owner of Livingstone Media and the Founder of Hope Radio, where he is the on-air host of “The Morning Drive,” which broadcasts from Holding Out Hope Church in Middle Island, where he is the pastor.
I was thrilled to be Line Producer on the film. Many know me from my interviews at events through FameHampton, so it was nice to showcase my other talents behind the scenes.
You can view the trailer on the Facebook page The 10th Year Film and if you want to purchase tickets, you can go to http://www.sohofilmfest.com.