Relief Keeper debuts at G.R.A.M.

Local film-maker Daniel Falicki released his most recent project RELIEF KEEPER, which debuted this past friday at the Grand Rapids Art Museum, as part of their Friday Night Conversations series.

Featuring local actors, artists, and musicians and extensive use of digital technology, the film is the story of 3 lighthouse keepers who disappear without a trace during a stormy night.

Many of the actors from the film (as well as some of the previous and future projects by Daniel Falcki) were in attendance. Part of the reason we were so excited to attend the premiere was that my wife and co-blogger Jewly appears in a couple of prominent scenes in the movie.

Relief Keeper by Daniel Falicki

Several short films and clips of Dan’s previous work were shown. Dan talked about his projects, what kind of efforts and resources were needed, and what some of the future projects were.

After the film debut a brief Q&A session occured. Afterwords the audience spilled out into the main lobby of the GRAM and downed a few more drinks and to take pictures with some of the actors and the director.

Jewly Warren (center) of Analog Mutant gets murdered by a spectral Hugo Claudin in Relief Keeper


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5 Responses to Relief Keeper debuts at G.R.A.M.

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