Bloody Easter Sunday Premieres at the Canes Film Festival

By May 10, 2013Film, News

Read that closely – yes, Canes, not Cannes. Close enough, in my opinion. Bloody Easter Sunday had its first screening at the Canes film festival on Saturday, May 4h.

Written by David Laffey and directed by award-winning director, Sara Werner, Sunday Bloody Sunday is a quirky dark comedy about the struggles of a family when a twisted serial killer (the “Bunny Man”) escapes from prison on Easter Sunday.  Suddenly the kids are mysteriously kidnapped, forcing Glen, the slacker dad, to step up and save his family. But is the kidnapper and the escaped serial killer one in the same?  Will Glen save the day?  Will the kids survive the wrath of the Bunny Man?

Here are some behind the scenes stills:

Glen and Linda, Easter Morning - we are not getting along.

Glen and Linda, Easter Morning – we are not getting along.

Only Daryl was small enough to fit in the van with the bunny head on.

Only Daryl was small enough to fit in the van with the bunny head on.

Very ominous

Very ominous.

My adorable "daughter," Maya and my "pet duck," Paz..

My adorable “daughter,” Maya and my “pet duck,” Paz de la Duck.

John Archer Lundgren played my charming Father-in-Law, here with our amazing director, Sara Werner

John Archer Lundgren played my charming Father-in-Law, here with our amazing director, Sara Werner.

The midnight crew.

The midnight crew.

Love me some Phil Le'sean Bouknight

Love me some Phil Le’sean Bouknight.

My amazing "daughters" Julia and Maya. They stole the show, naturally.

My amazing “daughters” Julia and Maya. They stole the show, naturally.

Gotta love it when you get to act in a pink robe with fuzzy cuffs and hoodie.

Gotta love it when you get to act in a pink robe with fuzzy cuffs and hoodie.

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