Come one come all! I am hosting a one-time Georgia Premiere of my first feature length movie Dekiru: The Three Stones Saturday Nov. 1st at The Plaza Theater in Atlanta, GA at 7:00pm!!!!
Online Tickets here are cheaper than at the door:
Dekiru: The Three Stones, is a sci-fi/fantasy adventure following a young man who embarks on a journey to find three magical stones in order to stop a great evil from conquering the planet. The story features superhuman powers, a giant monster, an airship, and a secret tomb that will be sure to spark the adventurer inside you. Dekiru: The Three Stones follows the character Ryan McFall, an orphan with no memory of his past and possess superhuman abilities. Living with his foster family, Ryan tries to live a normal high school life with his foster sister, Madison, and his best friend, Kyle, while trying to keep his powers hidden from the rest of the world. Ryan and his friends take a vacation downtown to visit colleges, but are encountered by a mysterious warrior who appears and starts wreaking havoc in the city. Unable to best the evil threat, Ryan and his group learn that their only chance to save the planet is to collect three ancient stones that hold the power to destroy all evil.
Inspired by old martial arts films such as Drunken Master and modern video games like Final Fantasy, the creator wanted to make a modern day martial art, fantasy adventure as tribute. Originally, the movie was titled Dekiru, but due to the length of the original story and budget limitations the complete tale was divided up into three parts. “The story was just too long to be told in one movie, so Dekiru: The Three Stones is only part one out of what will hopefully be a three-part saga”, explains director Fred Grant. The made-for-television movie has just reached its completion status and will start making its way through the film festival circuits and pursuing distribution options so be sure to keep an eye out for it in the up and coming months!
**Note that this film has not been rated. There is somewhat mild language and fantasy violence. (This movie should be safe for the whole family but message me if you have questions)
I encourage everyone to buy their tickets early because it will be $2 cheaper than at the door and also there are only a limited number of seats for the one theater.
Tickets are available here:
Hope to see you there!
The Plaza Theater
1049 Ponce De Leon Ave N
Atlanta, GA 30306