New Short Film RECURSION with Rob McClure Premieres Tonight at Queens World Film Festival
Recursion, a new short film starring Tony® Award Nominee Rob McClure (Chaplin, Honeymoon in Vegas) makes its New York debut at the Queens World Film Festival tonight at the Museum of Moving Image. The film which is directed, shot & edited by Tony® & Olivier Award Nominee Sam Buntrock (Sunday in the Park with George) has been making its rounds through such festivals as the Richmond International Film Festival & the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival. Recursion's debut at the Queens World Film Festival will mark the first time it can publically be seen in New York. The film is written by 'Wicked' alum Stanton Nash & is Produced by Tony® Award Nominee Antonio Marion (Big Fish, Evita). "Recursion has been a tremendous labor of love for myself, Stanton and our Director Sam for quite some time now", says producer Antonio Marion, "it is so tremendously exciting that we get to finally debut it to our friends, colleagues and those that made this film possible in Queens & New York".
Tickets are available to the second showing of Recursion at Queens World on Saturday, March 8th at 3:15pm. Visit www.queensworldfilmfestival.com for more details.
Recursion is a modern-day time-travel adventure that tells the story of Sherwin, possibly the most unlikely best-man there ever was. Awkward and accident prone, he loses the ring moments before the ceremony. But, thankfully, Sherwin knows a powerful secret. A secret that allows him to try everything possible (and impossible) to correct his mistake... again and again and again. The trick? Not to destroy his universe while he's at it.
Photo by Walter McBride