**Award Winning** Sci-Fi Short Films: “Future Boyfriend” – by Bell-House Productions
TheCGBros Presents “Future Boyfriend” by Bell-House Productions: Stuart and Kaylie are enjoying their third date until Stuart reveals a secret that threatens to derail their budding relationship. Is he telling the truth, or is it just science fiction?
EMILY BELL (Kaylie/Producer)
RON MOREHOUSE (Stuart/Producer)
French Stewart (Friend)
PAT MCNEELY (Older Kaylie)
DOMINIC MORA (Waiter/Jay Weatherman)
Back Ground of Future Boyfriend: In the spring of 2014, FUTURE BOYFRIEND, a one-act play by A.Vincent Ularich, was accepted to the first annual science fiction one-act play festival in Los Angeles called Sci-Fest. Ron Morehouse and Emily Bell were asked to play the roles of Stuart and Kaylie and became fast friends. Soon after opening night, people started to comment on what a great concept for a TV series or film the show would be, and thus the idea to shoot it as a short film was born. Emily and Ron created BellHouse Productions and soon a fantastic team started to form. Future Boyfriend premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and went on to screen at 15 top festivals winning the audience choice award for Best Short at the Pensacaon Film Festival. Bell-House Productions continues to produce shorts, web series, and features. Bell-House’s web series Hill Yes is on Amazon Prime and their next short, a zombie romcom, Deep Dish Apocalypse will be hitting the festival circuit soon!
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