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Strolling into the Darkness

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From Season Zero Episode IV Snakeman’s Solitude. Photo by Damian Vines Photography.

I took accelerated math and studied science in high school and college. Yesterday, an elementary school friend said that I had always been the odd one out. It is safe to say that I was a nerd. Geek. Whatever label you like. I also liked Star Wars, Star Trek Next Generation, and my favorite filmmakers include Charlie Kaufman and Luc Besson. So yes, I’m bona fide.

That’s why I love working with local filmmaker Wilson Large. He is taking his sci-fi/comedy/fantasy passion project, the Dark Darkness web series, to the next level. Season Zero of the four episode web series used over 90 local actors and crew and became an official selection at several national and international film festivals. That success was hard earned and now Wilson is ready for the next chapter in pursuing his dream. That chapter includes business partners, pitching to studios and distributors, and a potential $1.2 million budget for Seasons One and Two in either a continued web series format or a full-on feature film. You can read more about it in my WhatcomTalk.com article.

If you’re bona fide too, you might enjoy Season Zero Episode I Ronald’s Summoning¬†below. You can watch all four short episodes over on¬†YouTube. Then tell your bona fide friends. Because bona fide is quickly becoming the new black.