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Green Flash Productions

Founder, writer, director, and producer,  Marc Crandall created Green Flash Productions to enable the high-quality production of independent Documentary and Narrative films utilizing the natural beauty of Arkansas and the ever-increasing technical and artistic capabilities of Arkansans.

Latest Projects

Banana Triangle Six

The story centers on an elderly gentleman, Mr. Hank Crute,  as he deals with the trials and tribulations of a day in the life of a resident of Spring Valley Retirement Home, mediocre food, conniving females, and an unexpected Doctor’s visit.

But aside from Hank dealing with his daily annoyances, there’s a deeper, more important message in the story.

Imagine, if you will, learning from an unimpeachable source that from here on out, day after day and week after week, your life will be a continuous cognitive decline. You will go from forgetting where your keys are or not remembering why you walked into a room, to forgetting people’s names and eventually forgetting the people themselves.  The smiles and faces dearest to you in the world will, sooner or later, be utterly lost to you, and there will be no reversal, no appeal, no reprieve.

What do you do? Do you get out now, while the going’s good? Probably not. Living is a hard habit to break. Most of us would probably just muddle along, losing more and more until the shadows had fully descended and it would be too late. We would no longer be able to mourn our losses because we would have no memory of what we had lost.

Now, imagine that someone offers to make the call for you. Gauge the exact moment when you have slipped into oblivion and afford you the release you no longer have the capacity or awareness to effect for yourself. Do you take them up on it, knowing you will have no memory of the arrangement? What would be your criterion? What would be the point beyond which you will not allow yourself to slip?

These are the end-of-life questions that haunt “ Banana Triangle Six”. In my time of life, I know they haunt me, and I’ll bet they haunt a lot of you as well.

So here we are—a great story with a timely premise from a great author and a top-notch script. But now we need your help to make all these elements to produce a great film.

The film is based on a short story of the same name by Best Selling Author, Louis Bayard, which originally appeared in Ellery Queen Magazine.

Meet The Cast

BILL ROGERS

Hank Crute

CASSIE SELF

Dr. Landis

CANDYCE HINKLE

Mrs. Sylvia

KATHERINE FORBES

Evelyne

JONELLE LIPSCOMB

Sue

JUSTIN STEWART

Cafeteria Attendant

DEBBIE CRANDALL

Ruth

VU HA

Lobby Attendant

Become A Producer for Banana Triangle Six

In this effort, we’ve partnered with Women In Film Arkansas which allows you to make a tax-deductible donation that will help fund our film and promote the great work and outreach that WIFA does around the State and across the nation. Please take a minute and visit the Women in Film Arkansas website to learn about all the wonderful work the WIFA does.

Become a Producer and take full advantage of your tax-deductible donation to WIFA

Executive Producer

We are looking for three Executive Producers that can donate at the $ 5000.00 level. Executive Producers will be listed together in the on-screen film credits along with the other “Above the Line” filmmakers and be given IMDB credit as well.

Associate Executive Producer

We also need four Associate Executive Producers that can donate at the $ 2,500.00 level. Associate Producers will be listed together in the above-the-line screen credits and be given IMDB credit.

Assistant Executive Producer

We are also looking for Assistant Executive Producers who can donate at the $ 1,000.00 level. Assistant Executive Producers will be listed together in the above-the-line screen credits.

Special Thanks Producers

We would also appreciate donations at any other level or for in-kind services from our Special Thanks Producers. Special Thanks Producers will be listed together in the on-screen credits.

Special Thanks Producers

We would also appreciate donations at any other level or for in-kind services from our Special Thanks Producers. Special Thanks Producers will be listed together in the on-screen credits.

Want to discuss becoming a producer and joining our team. Fill out the contact form below or call today to discuss details and process.

Other Projects

Thunder Valley Wars

Racetrack owners and family race teams that have competed at Thunder Valley Race Track for generations battle the Hillside Country Club residents and the City Council in their attempt to designate the Stock Car Track a “nuisance” and limit their operations.

Living Dark: The Story of Ted the Caver

Two brothers stumble across a hidden cave. They explore it but things turn sinister when they realize there’s something down there, something that may have been responsible for their father’s death.

The Sunset Stripper

In Post Production

We follow Bernie Barker, the Guinness World Record holder as the Oldest Professional Male Stripper as he leaves Miami and heads to Las Vegas to pursue his dreams of performing on the big stage.

Reviews

Jane Jones
I love the original Ted the Caver story so much I decided to give this a try, and I was *pleasantly* surprised. Give it a chance. I’m glad I did!
I love the original Ted the Caver story so much I decided to give this a try, and I was *pleasantly* surprised. Give it a chance. I’m glad I did!
Jane Jones
John Smith
The acting and the practical effects were good. Combined with compelling storytelling, [Ted the Caver] was a pleasant surprise. It’s rare to see films about creepy pastas done well, so it was nice.
The acting and the practical effects were good. Combined with compelling storytelling, [Ted the Caver] was a pleasant surprise. It’s rare to see films about creepy pastas done well, so it was nice.
John Smith
Bob White
[Ted the Caver] was truly entertaining for me to watch.  The acting was solid and the tempo never let up.  … although the movie does take liberties it definitely did not disappoint.
[Ted the Caver] was truly entertaining for me to watch.  The acting was solid and the tempo never let up.  … although the movie does take liberties it definitely did not disappoint.
Bob White
Jane Jones
I love the original Ted the Caver story so much I decided to give this a try, and I was *pleasantly* surprised. Give it a chance. I’m glad I did!
I love the original Ted the Caver story so much I decided to give this a try, and I was *pleasantly* surprised. Give it a chance. I’m glad I did!
Jane Jones
John Smith
The acting and the practical effects were good. Combined with compelling storytelling, [Ted the Caver] was a pleasant surprise. It’s rare to see films about creepy pastas done well, so it was nice.
The acting and the practical effects were good. Combined with compelling storytelling, [Ted the Caver] was a pleasant surprise. It’s rare to see films about creepy pastas done well, so it was nice.
John Smith
Bob White
[Ted the Caver] was truly entertaining for me to watch.  The acting was solid and the tempo never let up.  … although the movie does take liberties it definitely did not disappoint.
[Ted the Caver] was truly entertaining for me to watch.  The acting was solid and the tempo never let up.  … although the movie does take liberties it definitely did not disappoint.
Bob White

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