A concert and party promoter in Louisville, Eric overheard Chuck and Boone daydreaming about filming a movie, and offered to add financing on the spot. It is the story of how individuals from the center of Louisville's art scene and independent business came together to see a single idea come to fruitition. Dustin Black - Second Camera: An accomplished videographer, Dustin added some of the more imaginative camera angles and camera movements in the film. About the Director: Lawrence JaWon Dunn, also known as Chuck M. Chuck learned how to use a camera, edit footage and sync audio over the course of the production just to see his dream come to light.
They offered music for the soundtrack, locations for shooting, and expertise. His initial involvement was a huge motivator for getting the project off the ground. When the town's one success story returns they realize the bandwagon wasn't the ride they expected. Lucky is desperate for Seerat and to get him over her, his friends try to help him, only to find themselves caught in a bigger trouble. Acting as producer and creative director of the group, their innovative production and energetic live stage show earned them the respect of local rock bands, and opened doors for other hip hop groups to perform in venues that were previously closed off to hip hop.
Lucky is engaged to love of his life, Seerat Surveen Chawla. A student of photography and arts at UofL, he signed on to the movie when the subject of rumored movie script came up during a discussion of a new video for Skyscraper Stereo. As with most films of any budget, cast and crew scheduling as well as budget issues almost halted the production altogether. The movie is being submitted to a number of film festivals in the region. Synopsis: A group of uninspired twenty somethings near the bible belts buckle reflect on their lives to date. A musician since the age of 12, he played guitar in garage bands in high school.
In 2007 he founded the hip hop collective Skyscraper Stereo. While editing scenes for the movie, a trailer for Good Luck with That came online in February 2012. But thanks to his past relations and unfortunate present, their relationship passes through difficult testing times and is on the verge of a break up. As word of the production spread, many local bands, businesses and technical experts became involved. Editing, color grading, and original music, were all performed by Chuck, at Skyscraper Stereo Sound studio. Casting and rehearsals began in the fall of 2011.
He contributed motivation and business guidance to Chuck and Jason during production, and is also the promoter of the screening and after parties. . Release: Good Luck with That was screened at Baxter Ave Theaters at 7:00pm on Sunday, March 16th. . . .
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