GIG HARBOR AUTHOR'S NEW FILM GOES TO HOLLYWOOD
Gig Harbor, June 21, 2013; A Los Angeles native, Kit Wilson just completed a feature-length screenplay based upon actual events that took place in 1966. As an accomplished author of four books (three non-fiction and one novel) and two screenplays, “Falls City” offers a rare glimpse into a time portal that details the tragic friendship of two young Braniff Airlines stewardesses who perished on August 6, 1966. The story was inspired by Wilson’s close friendship with these young ladies from 1965-66. “An emotional roller coaster - the tone is consistently dramatic - the culture and era of the 1960’s authentically comes to life. Riveting, emotional, and heartbreaking” Hollywood film script coach Terri Zinner. “Madmen”, “Playboy Club”, and “Pan Am” - television has tried to sell the American market a time and style they rarely knew or experienced - but the truth is always more colorful and engaging than make-believe cardboard characters.
“Falls City” sweeps audiences into a conflicted period when the Vietnam war raged - in stark contrast to Braniff Airlines and their outrageous, entertaining approach to air travel. This story immerses viewers into a sublime – and ultimately horrific - adventure.
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