Wednesday, August 29, 2018

See my Indie, Comedy, Feature Film on the Big Screen!

September 13th at 7pm 
at the
Fine Arts Theater, 36 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801
Get your tickets here (be sure to select the 13th) Order Tickets Online Now

A demon with an existential crisis and an angel with PTSD team up to save the career of a washed-up rocker.
Demon, Kyle, is a stabber on the third level of hell. He knows his business. But when he starts wondering about the nature of life and death, his superiors shut him up and send him to the "Angel in Training Program."
Angel, Mezudio, has been around a very long time-so long that he developed PTSD and goes catatonic at the sight of blood. Relegated to feeding parking meters and cleaning up dog poop, Mezudio is afraid to trying anything new, but his boss has other ideas. Mezudio is charged with training the stabber, Kyle to be a good angel and earn his wings...or at least stop stabbing everyone.

Katie Damien is an Asheville based award winning Writer, Director, Photographer, and Producer. Support local film making, get your tickets today!
Tickets $10 and are available at the Fine Arts Theatre box office, or online here

Monday, August 27, 2018

Hope Trailer

Trailer for the short film "Hope." Based on a true story. When a widow with mental illness attempts suicide, she survives only to find herself homeless and unable to reconnect with her son. After a year of living in a shelter with no hope of overcoming her situation, she has a chance encounter that changes her life.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Hope Poster

The one and only Robert Klein, local graphics guru, designed not only this awesome poster, but the opening titles for the movie.  I found him on Instagram, if you like graphic design, cool photos of Asheville and stop motion animation check out his feed:

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Hope Production Stills

We just wrapped production on the short film "Hope" for Homeward Bound.  The cast and crew have been beyond amazing!  I can't believe how smoothly everything went, from the cat who stuck out her scenes like a champ and even turned to the camera like she had been trained to do that, to the volunteers who showed up to be extras, to the cast who gave me goosebumps more than once, to the crew who worked with speed and precision.  I loved this shoot! 

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Hope Behind the Scenes

These are some fantastic behind the scenes photos shot by my awesome set photographer Ben Aviv.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Tickets Please

Tickets Please was another whirlwind weekend of filmmaking fun for the 48 Hour Film Project.  My and crew cast rocked it!  We had so much fun on this shoot and made a great little film.

Trailer for the short film "Tickets Please." When an assistant forgets to procure tickets to a sold out show for her boss, she enlists the help of her sister to get the tickets by any means necessary or lose her job and be forced to move back in with their parents.