Peter Alexander Releases Trailer for Upcoming Film, "Walkin' the Way"
The anticipated coming-of-age drama from award winning, young director tells the story of two people's trek across the state of Florida, and is due this November
Title Card from "Walkin' the Way."
MIAMI - Sept. 10, 2018 - PRLog -- Writer-Director, Peter Alexander, fresh his award-winning film, "The Centenarian," has released the trailer for his upcoming new short film, "Walkin' the Way."
The film itself is set for a Thanksgiving Day release. The 21 year old filmmaker is once again directing from his own script. The short film, "Walkin' the Way," is a coming-of-age drama about two young people who meet up and take the long walk across the Florida peninsula to find themselves. The film stars Caitlyn Johnston as Michelle and Daniel Torres as Andrew. Alexander's father, Tom, will compose the musical score for "Walkin' the Way," as he's done on all his son's films. A premiere for cast, crew, and friends will be held in Miami with the date being announced soon.
"This might have been the most challenging shoot we've had so far," Peter Alexander says. "The weather and locations presented some very serious obstacles, but we powered through it. I think the cast and crew pushed themselves in ways that even they didn't think they could. The results so far have been wonderful. Editing is coming along nicely."
Alexander is also in pre-production on another film he plans to direct later this year called "66 Hours," again, from his original script.
Additionally, Alexander and his father co-wrote a horror screenplay called, "Zathina," the story of a witch possessed by an ancient demon who preys on a family staying at their summer home. "Zathina" is currently being pitched to several studios, and has already drawn interest from two.