Caster's Blog: a Geek Love Story
A socially awkward blogger struggles to win the perfect woman with the advice of his online followers.
Ray Caster has no idea how to talk to girls. He coasts through life in Sarasota, Florida, writing his blog about beer, pizza and Star Trek. So when he meets Shadoe Beaupre—quite possibly the coolest, most perfect girl he can imagine—he’
Austin McKinley – Director
AUSTIN McKINLEY is a multiple award-winning author, cartoonist and video producer. He was the 2011 grand prize winner of the national TVMe television treatment contest, and the Florida Film Network’s 2012 Operation: Logline contest, which facilitated the production of his third short film, “Quicklime.”
Sherrie McKinley – Producer
SHERRIE McKINLEY has been producing films with Austin since 2008. They met doing student theater at Ringling College of Art & Design, where Sherrie co-directed Marcus Alexander Hart’s science fiction sex farce “Walkin’ on Sunshine.” She's proud to have been a part of such fine film crews, and is constantly inspired and humbled by their many talents. She enjoys facilitating the logistics necessary to bring their vision to life. Sherrie is a graphic design manager for the Sarasota Orchestra where she concepts and produces marketing materials and art directs photo shoots.
Austin's Directing and Sherrie producing credits include:
2014 – THE MOP-UP CREW (post produciton) – Web Pilot / FlyingCar Pictures
2013 – QUICKLIME – Short Film / Florida Film Network, FlyingCar Pictures
2013 – LIFE IN A GLASS HOUSE – Short Film / FlyingCar Pictures
2008 – THE LAST WORD – Short Film / FlyingCar Pictures
Marcus Alexander Hart – Novel
MARCUS ALEXANDER HART is the author of "Caster's Blog: A Geek Love Story," the tale of one improbable year told as an online journal; and "Walkin' on Sunshine: A Quantum Physics Sex Farce." His apocalyptic comedy novel "The Oblivion Society" was a 2008 IPPY Award gold medalist. Marcus has also written for television, including episodes of Disney's "Wizards of Waverly Place" and "Lab Rats."
Mark Troy - Producer
MARK TROY established ManaSota Films in 2012 to provide a community platform for Sarasota/Bradenton area actors and film makers. Mark began acting in 2009 and also wrote and directed his own film "The Lon Chaney Thing", which has been screened at several film festivals.
Heath Jordan - Producer
HEATH JORDAN is a very successful serial entrepreneur;
About The ManaSota Films Project
The ManaSota Films Project was founded by Mark Troy of ManaSota Films & Heath Jordan of Approach Signal in 2013. The mission of the ManaSota Films Project is to create community productions showcasing local talent: film makers, writers, actors, directors, cinematographers, crews, editors and our beautiful Gulf Coast community. "There is a tremendous amount of interest, talent and experience among film makers and actors in the area. The ManaSota Films Project is tapping into these resources to create quality entertainment and also to provide a platform for those who would like to learn the various aspects of filmmaking."