Midday Black Midnight Blue is an award-winning independent film shot almost entirely on Whidbey Island in the summer of 2021. After premiering at the Seattle International Film Festival in 2022 and appearing at festivals around the country, the film will make its North Whidbey debut at the Blue Fox Drive-In movie theater on Wednesday, June 28th. Look out for Blue Fox in the movie! The film has been picked up by distributor Good Deed Entertainment and will have a theatrical release on June 16th, so if you miss this screening or want to catch a second viewing, look out for the title at Seattle-area cinemas!
Synopsis: Isolated in an empty house, Ian remains in grief over the loss of a woman he loved who died two decades ago. With the memory clamoring to be released, and his daily existence turning even darker, Ian will have to find a way to let her go.
Runtime: 88 minutes, Suggested rating: R (nudity, bad language)
The film stars Chris Stack (One Life To Live, Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire), Samantha Soule (Outer Banks, Godless, City on a Hill), and Emmy-winning Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie, Severance, The Walking Dead), and Will Pullen (Greyhound). The screening will include a recorded Q&A session with the filmmakers and actors. The car driven by the main character in the film will be on display. Find out how you, too, can get involved with film on Whidbey and Camano Islands!
Enjoy the beautiful cinematography, incredible performances, and familiar island locations of this new feature film at a special Blue Fox event, in conjunction with Embrace Whidbey & Camano Islands.
Wednesday, June 28th @9:30pm, Blue Fox Drive-In
No advance tickets, but get info here