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Eva Andrews has every reason to believe the old house she just bought is haunted: footsteps echo down the halls, a typewriter clicks in the attic, and a mysterious young man with ink on his fingers vanishes right in front of her. But as she digs deeper, she realizes she's not seeing a ghost; she's discovered a crack in time. Through it she discovers the theft of a novel manuscript that will one day make millions, unearths the century-old family deception that covered up all the evidence, and uncovers the book's true author: the vanishing young man, who calls himself Inkfinger. Now she has to reach across time itself to try to change the past and stop this plot before it's too late- because one hundred years ago, on the night the manuscript was stolen, Inkfinger vanished without a trace.

  • Michael Holman
  • Alydia Rackham
  • Michael Holman
  • Craig Holman
  • Karen Holman
  • Jaicee Wilson
    Key Cast
  • Alydia Rackham
    Key Cast
  • Randoulph Castor
    Key Cast
  • Eric Schwerdtfager
    Key Cast
  • Jonathan Flores
    Key Cast
  • Shelby Quackenbush
    Key Cast
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    Mystery, Sci-fi, time travel, romance, history
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 37 minutes 26 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 17, 2016
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Michael Holman

Michael Holman began directing short films in high school, inspired by documentaries of the making of some of his favorite movies. His aim is to one day produce large-budget films that are both great movies in their own right and have wide, blockbuster appeal. Some of his influences are Lucas, Spielberg, Nolan, and Abrams. He is the Owner and Director of Brilliance Films, a production company based out of central Kansas, and Inkfinger is his first feature-length production.

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Director Statement

Hi there!

I'm Michael Holman and I am the Executive Producer and Director of Inkfinger. The beauty of our project is that it is a truly grassroots, local effort - every member of our cast, crew, and post-production team lives within a 200 mile radius of the exact middle of central Kansas. If anybody asks why we would ever have the ambition or the audacity to think we could break into hollywood (eventually) by making films out here in the middle of nowhere, as they say, my answer is always, 'Why not?'

Inkfinger is our first commercial project, and my first feature length film. We hope that you have a great time watching our movie!