March 1 — The Pickle
In a small town, a long time feud between two neighbors has reached a fever pitch. The laid back sheriff and his wisecracking sidekick try to keep everything from getting out of hand but this proves harder than they expected.
Dear Prison City Film Festival,
Thank you so much for taking the time to consider our comedy film, “The Pickle” for your short films lineup. Your festival looks amazing! I love that you screen the films in the historic Old Town Theatre. So cool! I really appreciate that you put independent filmmakers first. This is my directorial debut short film. It would be a awesome to attend your augural year and experience all that your festival has to offer. Regardless of whether we are accepted or not, thank you for putting together a great festival that supports truly independent films and the arts.
Kyle Kleinecke was born and raised in Tulsa, OK but is currently living in Bossier City, LA. He is a director, editor, and script writer. He has worked in television commercial production and TV station promotions since 2006. Kyle is a huge film buff and loves every aspect of film making.