Disregard the Vampire – a Mike Messier Documentary in post production

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Muffin Young, set designer.

Proud to say that a long, strange trip is continuing its path. What started as a narrative has metamorphosed into what will be a powerful documentary about team work and creative fire. Facing extremely challenging circumstances, including a visit from the grim reaper himself, lack of sleep, and a Director doing his best but under distress, the Disregard the Vampire  determined crew provided the talented cast with an awesome template to display their prowess as Actors and human beings.

Disregard the Vampire's Valentine, Joe and Ginger
Disregard the Vampire’s Valentine, Joe and Ginger

The Green Room

We were haunted by the spirits of The Courthouse Center for the Arts (quite literally, the beautiful space in South County, Rhode Island is said to have “friends” who visited us a few times).

It’s tough to admit your mistakes and vulnerability, but Mike Messier is determined to make Disregard the Vampire – a Mike Messier Documentary into a piece that many will enjoy and most will learn from, both filmmakers and determined people of all professions.

Scorpio and Anna Rizzo
Scorpio and Anna Rizzo
Scorpio interview Photo: Chris Hunter
Scorpio interview Photo: Chris Hunter
Mike Messier - highly appreciative of the Cast, Crew and The Courthouse!
Mike Messier – highly appreciative of the Cast, Crew and The Courthouse!

We look forward to bringing you the exciting hybrid in 2016!

– Mike Messier / Director

Sometimes in life the goals you set out to achieve aren’t accomplished, but it’s what you do with the pieces and how you can arrange them differently to still derive value and purpose from them. – Award Winning Cinematographer Chris Hunter

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