Quick stats about the movie
Craven takes place in a semi-rural community besieged by organized crime and gang violence. It begins when Alex Petrov, a washed-up hockey player and single father, witnesses the beating of a Native man, a local teacher, by gang members.
Alex doesn’t help the man but soon realizes that he must hide from both the gang and the police. Taking a chance on a growing relationship with a Native woman, Rita, Alex decides the safest place for he and his children is with Rita on the reserve.
Writer/director/producer: Robert Fullerton
About Robert Fullerton
Robert Fullerton, owner of Collabros Productions Inc. is a Vancouver based writer/director/producer with many years of experience in business, non-profit organizations and world travel.
Splitting his time between Vancouver and Guanajuato, Mexico, he has just recently returned to writing, an early love, driven by his passion to understand the history of and the cross cultural discord in the Americas.
Robert’s first feature project, written in 2008, The Boy With One Ear, is a fantasy drama with a Mexican setting. It was a winner in the 2009 National Praxis Screenwriting Completion.
Craven, released in July 2010, is a short film highlighting the similarities and differences between immigrant and non-immigrant outsiders. A feature length script of Craven is now finished and is gaining interest in both British Columbia and Los Angeles.