Private Project

A Celebration of Life

A veteran turned accountant revisits both his successes and the biggest regret of his life.

  • Nonie D Clark
    The Wretching, The Pact
  • Robert Cox
    Section 8, Coming and Going in Vegas
  • Doug Lito
    Hotflakes, Panic at Parq, A Christmas Miracle
  • Doug Lito
    The Signal, Wonderland Syndrome
  • Doug Lito
    Key Cast
    "Thomas Farraday"
    The SINS, Burb Patrol, The Tale of Richard Pic
  • Steve Froehlich
    Key Cast
    "Paul Bryant"
    Blood Brothers, Poverty of Will, Bathsheba
  • Rachel Elizabeth Ames
    Key Cast
    "Jennifer Charles"
    Ghostline, WWJD, The Widow
  • Amanda Brilhante
    Key Cast
    "Young Jennifer Charles"
    Heaven & Hell, Bodega Bay
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  • Runtime:
    17 minutes 51 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 13, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    2,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Student Project:
  • Silicon Beach Film Festival
    Hollywood, CA
    United States
    September 15, 2022
    Hollywood Premiere
    Best Inspirational Short
  • Hollywood Gold Awards
    United States
    September 25, 2022
    Gold Award - Most Inspirational Film
Director Biography - Nonie D Clark

Nonie D. Clark is an award winning writer, director, and producer who was born and raised in Waynesboro, Mississippi. His first short film, "The Wretching", premiered during the Sundance Film Festival in 2013. Since then, he has gone on to write and direct several other award winning short films, mini-series, and music videos including: "Open Eyes (This Christmas)", "Friday the 13th: The Phantom Menace", "The Pact", and his most recent short film, "A Celebration of Life."

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Director Statement

My main goal as a filmmaker is to bring everyone together. I like to foster a spirit of camaraderie where everyone helps each other out. I want to be remembered as someone who did a good deed because, at the end of the day, it’s not all about the glitz and glamour. Being seen as a good person, making good films, and leaving a good legacy is all that matters to me in the end.