"North Dixie Drive," directed by Eric Mahoney, edited by Jasmin Way, and filmed by Yellow Springer and Wright State film student Kasey Lane Hosp, is having its Ohio Premiere at the Neon Movie Theatre in Dayton. Tickets are still available for three more showings at 1 p.m. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, April 1, 2, & 3.
Contact the theatre at 937.222.7469 or visit their website at www.neonmovies.com
The theatre is located at 130 East 5th Street in Dayton.
"North Dixie Drive" is the portrait of a small community of businesses and people residing in the Northridge section of Dayton, OH. It is the story of big time wrestlers, mechanics, a donut salesmen, an eccentric country singer, barbers, exotic dancers and car repo men. This collection of people, from all walks of life, live and work around a traffic circle situated along highway I-75, and fight to keep their lives and careers afloat in a failing economy. This debut film by Brooklyn, NY filmmaker Eric Mahoney showcases an off beat group of characters in today's Middle America.
Click here for NPR interview with director Eric Mahoney on WYSO.
Visit the official movie website and see trailer here.