Introducing PETRICHOR CINEMA
Everyone has a childhood story about an actor, musician or random celebrity who they knew before they were famous. I, for one, stole Rachel Ray’s boyfriend back in the day when I was hot enough to pull that kind of thing off. But I digress.
Today’s actors, writers and directors of up-and-coming Petrichor Cinema are definitely a group of wunderkinds to watch. More than just a cinematic garage band, this junior team of talented actors and filmmakers bring a fresh slant to indie film comedy. With the unabashed enthusiasm that only youth can bring, Petrichor Cinema pokes fun at childhood topics such as MAGIC and takes a stab at cinema verite in their satirical view of SOBRIETY.
Under the guidance of triple threat screenwriter-director-producer Matt Robinson, Petrichor Cinema’s films showcase Robinson’s innate understanding of comedy and consummate commitment to his craft- a commitment that rivals some of Hollywood’s most seasoned directors (I’m talking to you, Michael Bay).
Robinson takes his comedic chops to the next level in his latest offering entitled, JOLLY RANCHER. Part DEATH WISH, part ADULT SWIM, this short film takes you on a journey from the edge of your seat to pissing your pants to the refresh button, over and over again.