Larson's Field is a short film based on ten pages of a feature length script of the same title written by Kieran McGowan that I directed and produced in 2012-2013. The script for Larson's Field was a semi-finalist for the Slamdance Film Festival screenwriting competition in 2008. The film was shot for $15,000 and took six days to shoot. We shot for three days on a sound stage, one day in the East Mountains of Albuquerque, and two days in downtown Albuquerque. The film had a cast of four, around 35 extras for the halloween scene, and around a 40 person crew. The producers are currently seeking private investment to fund a feature production of the script. If you are interested in this investment opportunity, please contact the producers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While walking home from school, two boys discover the charred remains of a body in a nearby field - a body that is not quite human. With Halloween night quickly approaching, the boys hide the body in an abandoned shed until they can decide the best way to announce their "discovery" to the world. What begins as a dream of fame and celebrity soon becomes a nightmare when the boys return with their friends that night on a dare, only to find the gruesome thing they had locked away was not nearly as dead as they'd imagined.