Mon Amour, Ma Maison (my love, My home)
The complete film written, directed, and produced by Marky Pierson, featured in Key West's inaugural 72 Hour Film Challenge.
The short film Mon Amour, Ma Maison was created for the first annual Tropic Cinema 72 Hour Film Challenge in Key West, Florida. 12 Teams participated in the event, choosing from a list of genres and included specific details in their films provided by the event producers. Each film had to include the character Charlie Seidenberg, a glazed doughnut as the prop, and the line, "It was wet when I got here." This film was created entirely in Key West, in 71 hours and 55 minutes.
Behind the scenes photos
Film Premier Screening @ Tropic Cinema
WRITTEN | DIRECTED | PRODUCED Marky Pierson; CINEMATOGRAPHY Marky Pierson; EDITING Marky Pierson & Mark Hayda; ART DIRECTION Mark Hayda; STARRING (in order of appearance) Erin Mckenna - The Mom, Maddog Pierson - Charlie Seidenberg, Presley Coccitto - The Baby, Captain Chris Robinson - Fisherman, Fran Decker - The Artist, Eric Tetreault - The Skater, Carolyn Cooper - The Crepe Maker; ORIGINAL FILM SCORE Jerrod Iseman; SOUND MIXING & EFFECTS Marky Pierson; UNIT PRODUCTION Jenni Franke, Megan Franke, Star Grace, Jack Mcdonnald, Julia Tetreault, Ellen Tetreault; CLOSING NUMBER Love Lane Gang Band, featuring the song "Tropical Swing" @ The Green Parrot Bar; SPECIAL THANKS Michael Marrero, Juliet Gray, Jon Vagnoni, Tropic Cinema, Steve Panerillo, The Creperie, Alexandra Dietz, Michael Coccitto, Megan Franke, Jessica Saldo, Michelle Meck, Bill Elkins, Jonci Rico, Richard Congdon, Natalia Duke, The Love Lane Gang