2010 Alum Brandon Colvin's "A Dim Valley" Premieres in New York City Theatre
- Joseph Shoulders
- Thursday, July 1st, 2021
Brandon Colvin’s feature film, A Dim Valley, will premiere in New York City on July 2, 2021. Colvin is a 2010 alum who majored in English with a concentration in creative writing. After graduating, he wrote and directed the films Frames (2012) and Sabbatical (2014), making A Dim Valley Colvin’s third feature-length film.
A Dim Valley is screening at Quad Cinema. They summarized the film: “A curmudgeonly biologist (Robert Longstreet, The Haunting of Hill House) and his slacker graduate students (Whitmer Thomas & Zach Weintraub) muddle their way through a summer research project. Deep in the Appalachian woods, they encounter a group of mystical backpackers who disrupt their lives in beautiful and surprising ways. Part hilarious stoner comedy and part transcendental meditation on mysticism and love, A Dim Valley is a delightful ethereal journey into the cycle of love.”
To learn more about Colvin and to find where to watch his previous films, read our profile on him on our alumni profiles page.