PAWTUCKET — A movie described as a “paranormal family drama” is set to begin filming scenes in Rhode Island and Massachusetts this week, including at a local Irish bar.
According to a press release from Boston-based tFrog Films, Justine Gendron and Kyle Johannessan announce the filming of principal photography for the short film “Devil May Care.” Filming is set for May 23 through May 27 in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Locations include Pawtucket's own Galway Bay Pub, as well as St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Newburyport, Mass. and Island Grove Park in Abington, Mass.
Gendron, editor of the film “Jamie and Jessie are Not Together”, is associate producer of “Devil May Care” and Johannessan is writer/director. The drama stars actors Nathaniel Sylva and Diana Porter, plus Chris Goodwin and Jay Dunigan.
According to the press release, “Devil May Care” tells the story of Lucifer himself tiring of ruling hell and coming to earth to beg his brothers, God's angels, to let him return to heaven. This film, despite being about angels and devils, “tells the heartwarming story of a man begging forgiveness from the family he has wronged,” the press release states.
Further information can be found on the website: DevilMayCareFilm.com