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Round Two in Deep Ellum: Festival Winners Vale and Osborne are Back With The Sequel

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 16, 2005

After reviewing the list of 2005 short films, writer/producer Eric Vale of Five Ton Ed Productions and director Brad Osborne of Innuendo Films have discovered that their latest project, ‘Sole Possessions,’ has been selected for the Deep Ellum Film Festival (DEF) in Dallas. The film is the sequel to ‘Interstate,’ which won ‘Best in Texas Short’ at the festival in 2004. ‘Sole Possessions’ received its official world premiere at the New York City Horror Film Festival in October of this year.

‘Sole Possessions’ stars Elise Baughman (Dragon Ball GT, Kiddy Grade) as a woman who discovers – through a seemingly romantic dinner conversation – that she’s nothing more than a figment of her companion’s imagination. Dameon Clarke (A Scanner Darkly, The Alamo, Secondhand Lions) is her controlling boyfriend, a character who fabricates individuals on an as-needed basis. Over the course of the meal, a frightening truth is revealed as the film’s heroine struggles to remember how she became a victim of deception. “What if your life, your thoughts, your very existence were all imagined?” states Vale. ’Sole Possessions’ examines the human psyche, taking the phrase “This can’t be real…” to the extreme.

In addition to his career as a writer for anime television and videogame projects, Dallas-native Eric Vale produced ‘Indefinitely’ in 2001 and wrote/produced ‘Interstate’ in 2004. Director Brad Osborne has worked with Vale on multiple short film and feature film projects. The duo has plans to create a third production that will complete the ‘Interstate’ trilogy and is currently producing ‘The Dying Breed,’ a feature film.

A part of DEF’s ‘Shorts Block 5,’ ‘Sole Possessions’ will be screened at 7:30pm on Monday, November 21st at the Landmark Magnolia Theater in Dallas’s West Village.

For more information regarding ‘Interstate,’ ‘Sole Possessions,’ or Innuendo Films, please visit http://www.innuendofilms.com. For information about the Deep Ellum Film Festival, visit http://www.def2.org. For media and public relations enquiries, contact Christina Alexandra at 214.642.5935.


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