| Comedy, Drama| Chicago
Director: Timothy Troy
Writer: Timothy Troy
Editor: Dan McGuire
Producer: Jeremy Bevard
Executive producer: William Eichler
8 Minuten 28 Sekunden
Christian Stolte, Patrick Webb, Sean Skyler, David Guy, Thomas Nardini, Ryan B. Johnson, Dylan Jost
“Hold My Horse” tells a story of Major General Israel Richardson. Prone to dressing in civilian clothes when not on duty, he decides to teach a lesson to an arrogant young lieutenant tasked with delivering him a message.
Featuring Christian Stolte (Chicago Fire, Public Enemies) and Patrick Webb (Always Cloudy in Chicago, Special Skills) the story is drawn from an account left by Daniel Crotty, color sergeant of the 3rd Michigan infantry. Set in the spring of 1862, the characters are real men even if some of their true names are no longer known.
Part of the goal of this movie is to further historic preservation. 30% of all income will immediately be donated to the two charities below. After the modest budget is retired, all funds raised will be donated to:
– The Historic Fort Wayne Coalition – denoting where Richardson entered service in the Civil War.
– The Save Historic Antietam Foundation – denoting where his service ended.
International Horror Hotel Best Micro Horror
Chicago International REEL Shorts Best Horror Film
Cinematography: Jamison Acker
Film Editing: Dan McGuire
Makeup Department: Danielle Unick
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: Daniel Lamkin
Sound Department: Corey Capelli, Michael Lux, Rich Reilly
Camera and Electrical Department: Jaxi Alegria, Kyle Belousek, Greg Boris, Alan Dembek, Jason Mitchneck, Abby Rath, Max Skelton
Editorial Department: Michael Lux
Script and Continuity Department: Patricia Frontain
Other crew: Zoe Boswell, Shawn Morrison, Donna Wons, David Rambow