The Wrong Lane, a short indie film shot last year in Brevard County has just made its 7th festival entry, The prestigious Vero Beach Wine and Film Festival according to Roy Garton, director of the film. “We are just so excited how well our film is doing on the festival circuit.” Stated Garton. The Wrong Lane recently received a two page write up in Manchester, England from a popular entertainment magazine and since then, world-wide interest in the Wrong Lane has taken off. “The publicity no doubt has helped us tremendously.” Roy added. “Also, the fact that we had an original music score done for us by the very talented Rick Balentine.” Rick scores dozens of feature films and commercials in the L.A. area. Typically, short films use very low cost or free public domain music due to budget restraints and Roy along with his co-writer wife Mary, were blessed when Rick agreed to score their film after reading the script. Added to that the email from the England publication, CVH 1st Class Magazine. After seeing the Wrong Lane on IMDB (Internet Movie Data Base) and wanting to do a two page interview, things took off. At least 6 more festivals have shown interest in the Wrong Lane for screening.
The Wrong Lane was written by Roy and Mary Myers-Garton and directed by Roy Garton. The film was produced by Brevard Film and Talent Inc. with John Granger as Director of Photography. It stars Arwen Patterson, Kimm Marie, Elizabeth Corbett, Roy Garton, Chris Kiesel, and DeVonte Wilson. It deals with a young lady discovering her birth parents for the first time through a series of supernatural events. It was shot in the West Melbourne area last Year You can learn more about the Wrong Lane by visiting their Facebook Page, https://www.facebook.com/TheWrongLaneMovie/ or you may contact Roy Lewis Garton, Director 321-759-7256 firstname.lastname@example.org