Once upon a time, a long time ago (sophomore year of college), I decided to enter a film in the Taylor University Fort Wayne Falcon Film Festival. Now, I hadn’t much experience in film making (except for those stop action films I made as a child), and I had no experience as an actor (unless you count that stint as the Munchkin Mayor in a middle school play), and I had only recently emerged from a state of being that can only be defined as a hermitage, but I wrote and directed “The Agony and the Ecstasy: The Story of Mike: A Romantic Tragicomedy with a Fairly Happy Ending.”
It ended up becoming the first of a trilogy (known forevermore as the Taylor Trilogy). The Trilogy gained a sort of cult status among the students there, and even made its way down to the Upland campus.
So, enjoy my first foray into the romantic comedy genre. And it only gets better from here on.
(Thanks goes to Timothy Deal for uploading these movies to YouTube.)