25 October, 2021 – Los Angeles, CA – Timothy Kennedy, a social media star and child of actor Page Kennedy, has announced he has created his first-ever short horror film. Filmed in collaboration with friends from California State University Long Beach (CSULB), the film will celebrate Halloween 2021 and be released on Halloween day.
A film inspired by “Get Out,” a 2017 American horror film, Kennedy’s first horror production was filmed on the CSULB campus and in the studio of a friend, which was adapted into a horror-themed underground temple using the supplies on hand. The ingenuity of the group and their willingness to work with what they have has proven inspirational to order young college-aged filmmakers.
“College students came together with an idea to make Halloween special this year, and they were able to do it with little to no money for production in just three weeks,” commented Timothy Kennedy. “I have always wanted to act in a horror movie, and the genre is my passion. It was an honor to work with so many of my peers on this film,” he added.
The film comes to life with Kennedy’s creative touch and the help of his friends from CSULB, including director and actor Alex Correa, writer Moyses Escobedo, and sound and crew Saul Escobedo and Sergio Gonzalezand. Actors like Tara Webster, Spencer Moore, and Rhied De Castro, and their artistic talent, bring each character to life on screen in a way that promises to captivate audiences and leave them in suspense.
The short film will be posted on the @_TimothyKennedy Instagram on Halloween day, October 31, 2021.
To learn more, please visit @_TimothyKennedy on Instagram. Kennedy is available to act and consult on horror shoots.