Directed by Canadian filmmaker Travis Robertson, “A Way Of Life” stars Gracie Mack, Russell Barth, Steve Kasan, and Michael Lake. A Way Of Life, A 27 minute 1 Episode series now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Travis Robertson depicts a person who is passionate and can do everything to achieve his dreams of being a great filmmaker. His journey from uploading videos on social media to releasing an original film on Amazon Prime Video is really a fascinating one. Although he has faced numerous challenges over the years of struggle, his journey represents that dedication and obsession can do the magic.
Film director Travis Robertson gave us a few words about his experience on this project.
Travis: I’m very proud of everyone who helped bring this project to life. I’m beyond excited to release this to the public and can’t wait for you all to experience it. Thank you to all of the actors and help on set. Special thanks to Armand Adams, Julien Lafleur, and Nik Guindon for helping with this project. There’s something very special about working with a small cast. We had a total of 4 actors, 1 director/camera operator, 1 boom operator, and 1 behind the scenes camera operator with a deadline of 2 days to shoot. As this was our first project of this caliber, I’m extremely happy and proud of the end result. I can only imagine what we could create with a larger budget.
The film is currently available in the United States and the United Kingdom. Travis is currently in pre-production for another original project of his which is set to release later this year. No other information has been provided at this time. RobertsonFilms is currently in search of passionate filmmakers, writers, gaffers, and more. Please visit https://www.robertsonfilms.com/contact for more information.
Here’s what we know about the film:
After living in an underground bunker for over 100 years and being unaware of the outside world, Margaret begins to act up as she is introduced to caregivers who she isn’t familiar with. A private organization has realized that Margaret does not age as she has never been exposed to the outside world. Margaret begins to slowly piece things together as the caregivers slip up, and reveal the truth.