A Kevin Willmott film Produced by Grant Fitch // Electrical Odyssey A group of unlikely allies modernized college sports and changed a small Midwestern town, serving as a parallel to the Civil Rights movement that would transform the entire American society.
The Sublime and Beautiful / 2014
A Blake Robbins film Produced by Grant Fitch // Electrical Odyssey
Living with his middle class family in Middle America, Dave Conrad’s [Robbins] empty life is fully revealed when an unimaginable family tragedy finds him unprepared to be honest about where he has been in his life and where he might possibly go. Official selection Slamdance 2014!
Destination: Planet Negro! / 2013
A Kevin Willmott film Produced by Grant Fitch // Electrical Odyssey A smart satire that sports a wicked streak of goofball humor, DESTINATION: PLANET NEGRO! has the feel of low-budget 1950s sci-fi, as leaders including W.E.B. DuBois and George Washington Carver kick off a secret plot to solve the “Negro Problem” by way of a rocket ship to Mars. Carrying a crew of three, the spacecraft vaults into a time warp, landing its brave scientists in a present-day Midwestern metropolis, where this comedy takes on the look of a reality show as the astonished adventurers discover unbelievable developments like young men with drooping pants and the election of a black president.
Enclosure / 2015
Written by Patrick Rea and Michelle Davidson Produced by Grant Fitch // Electrical Odyssey
A young couple takes a camping trip into the Lowcountry to reconnect. While in their tent, they overhear a group of hunters nearby who are attacked by an unseen creature. The young couple must decide to escape or help the only survivor. Why won’t the creature attack their tent? And which is a greater threat - the creature or the seemingly innocent man they have rescued?
Life Beyond the Net/ 2014
Produced by Grant Fitch // Electrical Odyssey Feature documentary in post production
The feature documentary revolves around Wilt Chamberlain's life and basketball career at University of Kansas in the mid-1950's and his relationships with famed Coach 'Phog' Allen and Chancellor Franklin Murphy.