Commack Native Screening Short Movie at LI Film Expo
Dan Kowalski's short comedy, “Greg’s Guardian Angel,” will shown Thursday.
Commack native Dan Kowalski, will show his latest short comedy film, “Greg’s Guardian Angel,” at the Long Island Film Expo Thursday at the Bellmore Movie Theater at 2:30 p.m.
In addition to being shown at the 2013 Long Island Film Expo, it has also been accepted into the 30th Annual Long Island Film Festival and the Diamond Film Festival. Kowalski’s film was also part of the Paterson Falls Film Festival.
According to a press release, 'Greg's Guardian Angel' is a comedic short film that tells the story of how a man's life is forever changed by his guardian angel... because it gets ruined.
It was co-produced in 2012 by Phalanx Video Productions, of which Kowalski is the founder, owner and main director, and All Things Random Productions. The project was directed by Dan Kowalski and written by Dan Conrad. It stars Greg Vorob as Greg and Elmer Santos as his incompetent Guardian Angel.
Kowalski mainly produces commercials, but also directs short films, web series (Marty and Doug’s New Religion, Howdy Stranger Comedy, and the upcoming Power Time Show), and music videos.
He grew up in Commack, and is graduate of Commack High School’s Class of 2002. He currently lives in Jersey City with his wife and daughter.
For more information about the film, visit www.PhalanxVideoProductions.com, www.DanKowalski.com, and www.GregsGuardianAngel.com.