The Wedding Party (2017 film)
|The Wedding Party|
|Directed by||Thane Economou|
|Screenplay by||Thane Economou|
|Cinematography||William Kamp III|
When chaos ensues at his best friend's wedding, Jim (Blake Lee), a recently heartbroken groomsman, is tasked with managing the reception. In part with his former high school sweetheart, he’s forced to wrangle his unruly friends to maintain order, all while learning to love again.[self-published source]
- Blake Lee as Jim
- Allison Paige as Alex
- Joel Johnstone as Paul
- Meg Cionni as Margene
- Brian Thomas Smith as Colt
- Kat Palardy as Greta
- Moses Storm as Skyler
- Ziah Colon as Bethanie
- Molly Burnett as Lisa
- James Lentzsch as Quentin
- Deniz Akdeniz as Pastor Kyle
- Arturo Del Puerto as Maximiliano
- Brett Rice as Tobias
- Jerry Minor as The Baker
The film was shot entirely in one continuous 119 minute take. The actors and camera operators rehearsed on location for three weeks, and the entire film was shot a total of five times. The released film is take five.
The film played at film festivals such as the Sedona Film Festival and the St. Louis International Film Festival - where it received the Technical Brilliance Award.
In August 2017, the film was released on Netflix.
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- "'The Wedding Party': Sound Mixer Michael "Kriky" Krikorian Tracks a Single-Shot Feature Film". Sound & Picture. 2016-09-08. Retrieved 2020-07-28.
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- Goldberg, Matt (2017-07-26). "Here's What's Coming to Netflix in August 2017". Collider. Retrieved 2020-07-28.
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