POLICY OF TRUTH, Starring Nick Wyman and Stephen Kunken, Screens at SoHo International Film Festival Tonight

SoHo International Film Festival will be screening the New York premiere of Demos Bizar and GiMe Productions short film, Policy of Truth tonight, May 19, 2015 8pm at the Village East Cinemas.

Based on a short play by Doug Bost, Policy of Truth examines the relationship between father and son when the roles shift with age. Directed by Tony Award winning producer and theater director, Nick Demos (Memphis, First Gentleman), the cast stars Tony nominee and film actor Stephen Kunken (Bwy: Enron, The Columnist, High, Proof, TV/Film: Still Alice, Spielberg/Coen Brother's Bridge of Spies, Showtimes' The Affair, The Wolf of Wall Street) and theater/film/tv veteran and President of Actors Equity Association Nick Wyman (Bwy: Les Miserables, Catch Me If You Can, My Fair Lady TV/Film: Boardwalk Empire, Die Hard with a Vengeance, Igby Goes Down).

The short is produced by Gio Messale (Love or Whatever, Real Heroes) and Nick Demos, screenplay is by Doug Bost and Cait Brennan, features cinematography by Michael Pessah, Editing by Vicente Perez, Production Design by Angela Cullen, Costume Design by Amy Pedigo-Otto, an original score by Kim D. Sherman and Casting by Cindy Rush.

Policy of Truth is the story of Dwight, has managed to escape family responsibility and is forced to come home when his father is showing the outward signs of Alzheimer's. While trying to maintain his father's dignity and place in the family, Dwight must also do what is best for his father Walter who vacillates between trying to control his situation and cover his confusion. The two learn to honor each other's strengths and weaknesses and, hopefully, mend any bridges to move forward together.



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