The Director of up-and-coming indie feature, Jentri Chancey invited Kimberlie Dykeman as a featured guest in the movie’s newly launched Sunny Side Up web series. Chancey found out about the TV Host and author through her publisher and thought Dykeman would provide the perfect enlightening conversation on the topic of destiny, a central theme to the movie itself. Lost In Sunshine‘s, Sunny Side Up series features vignettes and short interviews with people of diverse backgrounds on themes related to the upcoming film.
The entertaining and through-provoking chat between Chancey and Dykeman will be featured May 21, 2010 and indefinitely posted on the Lost In Sunshine and the Lost In Sunshine Channel.
Chancey and the producer Lorie Marsh have tapped the power of social media through the film’s website, a major tool for cumulative promotion and PR. The idea being, invite the future audience members to grow with the movie watching the life span of its funding, creation and ultimate distribution, and participate with feedback.
About Lost in Sunshine: a story about love, loss and finding stillness and light in a seemingly dark world of unruly. It deals with the emotional baggage we all carry around with us at some point in our lives. But, it’s funny, too. Mostly, because life is funny. Really funny, even when it’s not supposed to be.