FAQs

What is The Road to Edmond?

The Road to Edmond is a narrative feature film (dramatic comedy) envisioned by David Trotter. Having produced and directed three award-winning documentaries, he is leading a small, but stellar team to create a collaborative independent film that will challenge people to ask questions about life and faith.

Who the heck are Tripp Fuller and Nathanael Welch?

They’re famous! Well, maybe not ‘actor famous’, but they’re famous to us. They’re ingenious for their wit, charm, and ability riff on about any subject – especially anything involving philosophy, the meaning of life, and God. That’s why David approached them about an idea for a feature film that specifically fits their life experience.

What’s the film all about?

It’s a secret, and this is all we’re going to say.

When and where are you filming?

We’ll be filming in Colorado, Kansas, and Oklahoma from August 19th through September 1st. Yes, we know that’s not very long to shoot a feature film, and we’re crazy like that.

Can our company help out?

Absolutely! You can give us all sorts of things (including money) to put your product or name in the film. (Of course, we do have the right to say ‘no’ if it doesn’t fit our vibe.) Did we mention Platt Park Brewing Co. is making a creative appearance? Contact David for more information.

Can I be in the film?

Maybe. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and that’s where we’ll tell you about opportunities.

When can I watch the film?

It depends. If a studio buys the film, they set the timeline. If we go with a distributor, they set the timeline as well. Let’s just say Summer of 2018, but we think we’ll have some exclusive screenings well before that. In fact, we’ll probably be asking for your feedback at these events in order to make the film super awesome!