Last night I got a chance to see a couple of kids I grew up with see their dream to fruition. Four Color Eulogy was an incredible movie. Jason Contini and his dad John, told a story that captured family life in south St. Louis. I loved this movie. I laughed, I cried, I laughed again with tears still in my eyes. Losing my dad … Continue reading A welcome journey of emotions
It is thrilling to see the incredible work of so many talented & beloved St. Louis-based actors in this brilliant, funny, and touching movie!!! Congratulations to Jessica Winingham, John Contini, Jason Contini, Zak Farmer, Chuck Brinkley, Whil Reichert, Wyatt Weed, Gayle Gallagher, and the rest of the stellar cast and production crew of Four Color Eulogy!!! Don’t miss this movie – it’s currently showing at … Continue reading Brilliant, funny, and touching movie
Went to the premier of a fabulous independent film, Four Color Eulogy, at Ronnies 20 Cine last night. It’s a local film produced by my old friend Gayle Gallagher and co-written and directed by her fiance Wyatt Weed. It was shot in St. Louis and cast entirely with local theater actors, who all did an incredible job. It is showing at Ronnies all week (ends … Continue reading A fabulous independent film
Congratulations to Jason Contini, John Contini, Wyatt Weed, and the rest of the Four Color Eulogy team on their opening at Ronnie’s tonight! You should all be very proud! – Steve Isom (actor) Continue reading You should all be very proud!
“Four Color Eulogy” is the best locally made feature film EVER, and it’s showing at Ronnies all week. The flawless direction, compelling performances and awesome screenplay will suck you in and genuinely MOVE you, which is pretty rare for any movie these days. If you’ve ever been curious about the St. Louis film scene, it doesn’t get any better than this. – Bill Boll (filmmaker) Continue reading “Best locally made feature film EVER”