Time certainly flies. As Memorial Day Weekend has once again come and gone, I've just realized that it's also been exactly one year since the production of To Police, the short film I wrote and directed that went on to win awards at three different film festivals.
In honor of the one year anniversary, I'm going to be allowing online viewing of the film for the first time ever, and only to subscribers of CoreyDeshon.com! (Signup here if you are not yet a subscriber!)
Given the subject matter of the film, and the current trend of discourse among online videos, I decided at the time of premiere that I would never publicly release To Police in full online. I didn't want something that I'd created to be an introspective discussion piece on modern society to just become more fuel for the fire of racial prejudice in this country. I decided the public was better off without it, and only those within the environment of a film festival would have the opportunity to view it, as an in-depth discussion of the film and its message would always follow.
However, since I am no longer entering the film into festivals, I thought it would be nice to share it with those of you who have truly supported my creative endeavors from day one, yet have not had the opportunity to view the film yourselves. So at the end of this week, I will be sending all subscribers a private link and password to view the film in the comfort of your own homes. I hope you all truly enjoy it, and would love to hear your feedback either way.
For those who may not be familiar with the film, check out the preview below and remember to Subscribe before Sunday, June 5th in order to get the link. Thank you all for your support, and happy Memorial Day!