The local filmmaker of “Project Mone’t” James Fite of Check Your Brain Productions and producer Brandon Johnson of Cruiserfilms are presenting their latest film entitled “I See Something.”
Fite explained that "The film is, basically, about two kids who realize that their home alone; they don't know where their mom went. They think they see something outside of the window. The audience isn't sure if they see something or if it's their imagination, and we go on a short little journey with them."
Fite told KBest News that the film took 3 months to complete filming and he used his kids as the actors in the film and his wife was actually a producer on the film, as well. He went on to say that the film is being submitting to different film festivals and that the film has already been accepted to several festivals, such as the West Texas Film Festival in Odessa, the Rendezvous Film Festival in Florida, and the American Horror Festival in Wisconsin.
There will be a free screening of “I See Something” at Cinemark Movies 4 in the Spring Town Plaza tomorrow at 8:30 PM. Fite says that they will be taking donations to help cover the cost of renting the theater for the screening and to help with the film festival fees. There will also be a short Q&A session with the filmmakers and the two actors in the film.