Senior Moment

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Producers Rene Sheridan and Gina G. Goff are currently in pre-production on the romantic comedy feature film, Senior Moment.  The screenplay is written by Kurt Brungardt and Christopher Momenee.  Principal photography begins in the Spring of 2017 in Palm Springs, California.

The starring role will be played by William Shatner!!!  Check out the exclusive feature article at Variety.com.

Giorgio Serafini is our director.  Born in Brussels, Belgium from Italian parents, Giorgio has decades of experience as a writer/director starting out making art house films in Rome, he then began directing one of the most successful Italian TV series of all time, Orgoglio, and continued directing several popular series in Europe for many years.  Since then Giorgio has written and/or directed 7 feature films and worked with actors such as Wesley SnipesBilly ZaneDolph LundgrenVinnie JonesRandy CoutureCung Le.  Among those films is the feature-length documentary about the deported Without Borders/Sin Frontiers and wrote and produced the multi-award winner feature drama, Johnny’s Gone.  Giorgio is now an American citizen living in the Hollywood Hills with his wife actress/writer LaDon Drummond and their son Johnny Sinclair.   

Award-winning and Emmy Nominated Casting Director Patricia McCorkle is in the process of casting our film.  With over 50 feature films, 60 television shows and over 55 Broadway shows, we are fortunate to be working with Pat.  She is known for such movies and television series as Die Hard: With A VengeanceThe 13th WarriorThe Thomas Crown AffairSplashCalifornicationTwisted, Sesame Street and Electric Company, to name a few. As a seasoned and well respected veteran in the casting world , Pat has a keen eye for discovering talent.

The story revolves around a feisty retired NASA test pilot often seen racing around town in his vintage hot rod whose life changes when his licensed is revoked, car is impounded and he’s forced to navigate life and love again.  This hilarious film is for audiences who loved As Good As It Gets, It’s Complicated and Something’s Gotta Give.  

Logline:  The DMV just messed with the wrong SOB!