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Stars In Our Darkness

Stars In Our Darkness is about a guy who asks his girlfriend's father for permission to take the relationship to the next level. It examines how these two very different people can be united by their love for one person.

  • Daniel Hamby
    Doppelgänger, Boxed In Blue
  • Daniel Hamby
    Doppelgänger, Boxed In Blue
  • Mary Hamby
  • Jim Chandler
    Key Cast
    Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies
  • JD Mallory
    Key Cast
  • Megan Keith
    Key Cast
  • Ruthie Novak
    Key Cast
  • Graham Uhelski
    Director of Photography
  • Keith Nolan
    Sound Editor
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  • Runtime:
    9 minutes 7 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 16, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    1,250 USD
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Shooting Format:
    Red Dragon
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  • Chattanooga Film Festival
    Chattanooga, Tennessee
    April 3, 2016
    North America Premiere
  • Beverly Hills Film Festival
    Los Angeles, California
    April 8, 2016
    Los Angeles Premiere
Director Biography - Daniel Hamby

Daniel Ray Hamby is an award winning writer, director, and producer from Chattanooga, TN. He starting making films with his family's video camera as young as five years old. Ever since then he has worked on original films, documentary's and commercial projects. In 2015, his film Doppelganger won Best Short Film at the Chattanooga Film Festival and Best Tennessee Film at the Knoxville Film Festival.

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Director Statement

I wrote this film around the time I was asking my own father-in-law if I could marry his daughter. Stars In Our Darkness was born out of the idea that two people, who have completely different life perspectives, can show love just as equally but in different shades and colors. I am very happy with the end result and feel like this film has a unique perspective on love and what it looks like. I am happy to make a film that has a message that I can stand by as a filmmaker.