Oxford’s most productive imaginative genius, Bill Perry, Jr., has been working diligently creating more substance that will astonish and engage you. This time, it includes outsider clones who need to wreck all humans. Debuting at OFF to the Drive-In Sunday, November 15, with a second appearing at The Powerhouse on Friday, November 20, They Found Me: Vengeance, is a 70-minute science-fiction cavort recorded all together in Oxford.
Some notable answers from Billy Perry Jr. about the film from an interview
How and when did he get the thought for this film?
Indeed, the film idea at first began as shorts I was making and posting on Facebook around five months back. I made three short movies based on this topic about outsiders overcoming Earth, yet when I began the fourth film, it turned into an all-out task that formed into a full-length highlight throughout a quarter of a year (August–October).
Where would we be able to see the film?
The film will have two public showings: the world debut at OFF to the Drive-In at 7 pm on Sunday, November 15 ($10 a vehicle; 70 minutes). The subsequent screening will be at The Powerhouse on Friday, November 20, additionally beginning at 7 pm ($10 discretionary gift to the Jimmy Pitts Community Artists Fund).
DVDs will be accessible on the two occasions, and anybody needing to buy a duplicate can do as such by making installments to: www.PayPal.me/billperryjr or at my Cash App: $BillPerry72
What’s up next for him?
I have a virtual occasion performance thinking of the Old-Time Piano Playing occasion held by Dr. Ian Hominick @ Ole Miss. I don’t have an official date for that yet, yet it’s set to occur among Thanksgiving and Christmas. Furthermore, one year from now, my film They Found Me: Vengeance will be highlighted in the 2021 Oxford Film Festival! With respect to music, I intend to record a new performance piano and threesome material in 2021.