Director Alyn Darnay
Completion Date: July 30, 2021
BOXED is a fictional period piece short film of Leah and David, a husband-and-wife dance team and their journey in a boxcar on their way to Auschwitz in 1941. Flash forward to 1970, carrying their tormented lives with them, they find dance as a way to cope.
Director - Alyn Darnay
Alyn's peers and producers have consistently recognized his Directorial and Writing work as some of the "Best of the Best". He has earned thirty-three outstanding awards of excellence for his work in film. "Women In Film/Miami" named him their "Director of the Year" and The 2017 Boston International Film Festival awarded him the Best Director Award for his feature film "Boyfriend Killer". Additionally, his film "Girlfriend Killer" took the best feature award at several international film festivals, and his film "Killer Island" won Best Feature Film at the Fort Myers Beach International Film Festival.
Alyn’s directorial work also includes the feature films: "Shadow Fighter" with Burt Reynolds (which won Best Feature Film at three separate film festivals in Los Angeles) ; "KRISSY BELLE" featuring comic actress Carole Wood; and the multi-award winning Holocaust film "IMMUNITY" staring Rena Sofer.
His three KILLER SERIES Films are currently being aired on LIFETIME TELEVISION and LIFETIME MOVIE NETWORK and are also being screened in 5 countries around the world.
Alyn's acclaimed book, entitled "The Script…A Breakthrough Guide to Scriptwriting", has sold over 17,500 copies nationwide, is currently being translated into several languages, and has the honor of being included in The Library of France in Paris. He has written and sold five original film scripts and been published in Newspapers and National Magazines. In addition, he is a frequent guest lecturer at Film Festivals, Colleges, and Universities, holds scriptwriting and acting seminars for professionals several times a year, and has been a staff professor at both the Miami Film School, and the Florida Film Institute.
Alyn also writes a popular bi-monthly film review column for "WIRE Magazine", as well as reviews for "Your Entertainment Ticket", "Irate Films", "Film Grouch", and several other entertainment websites.