In the last couple of weeks, withoutabox.com has made an effort to help promote filmmakers who use withoutabox.com t submit their films to film festivals by offering IMDB pages to films that currently did not have any. As of today, Divine Trinity Films is pleased to anounce that three films have been granted IMDB pages.

12, a web series pilot episode that spoofs 24 and follows a high school hall monitor trying to stop a student takeover of her high school. Click here to view IMDB page.

The Rose, a short film about a young girl going through the five stages of grief after the unexpected death of a loved one. Click here to view IMDB page.

Trinity, writer/director Bryan Caron's first feature, a dark psychological drama about three women and their fight with their own inner (and outer) demons. Click here to view IMDB page.

Divine Trinity Films would like to thank those at withoutabox and IMDB for their continued effort to support the great, and vast, independent filmmaking community.


"My Necklace, Myself" co-star J.G. Franklin has recently joined a very good cause for the community of San Diego by participating in a series of interactive one-act plays. Created by hypnotherapist Wendy Hill, the Interactive Personal Growth Theater showcases simulated one-act plays that engage the audience to help them through their own personal problems and pains.

"Everywhere you went, it seemed, people were hurting, trying to resolve that pain inside them," Wendy says. "I wanted to help and thought that this would be a good way for me to give back to my community." (From Ozzie Roberts, SignonSanDiego.com. Read the full article here.)

Right now there are very small crowds witnessing this wonderful act of forgiveness and understanding, and although they do ask for donations, the entire experience is free to the public. For more information or to enjoy this terrific experience, click here, or if you are an actor and would like to participate in the process and gain some experience in improvisation, click here.

10-17-09 Bryan Caron and Divine Trinity Films is pleased to announce that the pilot episode of the brand new web series, '12', is now live on the internet at: www.12series.com.

Please head over to www.12series.com and enjoy this terrific new parody on the hit television show, 24. High school hall monitor Jackie Brower, desperate to stop a rumored student takeover of her high school, must do everything she can to find out who's behind it. When she apprehends Poppy Love (who's out of class during a school-wide lock-down), what's revealed will turn Jackie's perceptions of her world upside down.

Starring Julia Witschger, the episode, titled "10:20 a.m. to 10:32 a.m." is the first episode in a planned 12-episode first season. Producers are currently seeking investors/advertises to help finance the future of the series. Please leave your comments after viewing the film and spread the word to friends and family. Let 'em all know that this is one they won't want to miss and that you'll want to see more of.

Producers would like to thank everyone who worked on making this a hilarious, exciting and thrilling piece of entertainment that will leave everyone laughing and wanting so much more.

The official trailer for the new short film/web series pilot, '12', created by Bryan Caron, has been released.

To view the trailer, click here.


The Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films is extremely proud to announce that their film, "My Necklace, Myself," written and directed by Bryan Caron and starring Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga, has been officially picked up for distribution by Around the Scenes Releasing. Around the Scenes is an independent distribution company based in the Los Angeles area and will be looking to distribute the film in stores on the web both domestically and abroad. We will keep everyone up-to-date with any further developments. Thank you to everyone involved in helping make this a reality.

"My Necklace, Myself" will also be presented as an honorary film at the 2009 Oceanside International Film Festival in Oceanside, California. The festival takes place October 15-18, 2009. Check their website, http://www.ocaf.info/OIFF/index.html, for more information.

Thanks to everyone, and we're looking forward to continued success for this film and everyone involved.


The official poster for the new web series, 12, created by Bryan Caron, has been released today. The series is a parody of 24, and follows Jackie Brower as she tries to stop the students from taking over her high school in the wake of the implementation of a new uniform policy. The pilot episode for the series, titled "10:20 a.m. - 10:32 a.m." will be released in the next few weeks. You can find more information by clicking here.

To see the full-sized poster, click here, or the image on the right.

9-6-09 Bryan Caron has recently met with "My Necklace, Myself" composer Kyle McNeill and poet/lyricist Cynthia McNeill to collaborate on writing a brand new musical stage play. More information as it becomes available.  

Producers of writer/director Bryan Caron's new short film/pilot, '10' were presented yesterday with a first look at the initial edit of the film, to great success. Bryan will now continue his post-production work with an eye for a mid-August release date for the film. Check back here for more details soon.

UPDATE: The film, currently known as '10,' has changed its title. The film will now be known as '12.'


Several awards have recently been bestowed upon key members of the production of '10':

First Assistant Director Samantha Carr's short film, "Sins of the Father," has won Best Film at the Valley Center Teen Film Festival. The film, about a young man's struggle to break from his father's negative influence, has won several other awards, including a San Diego County iVIE award. To learn more about the film, click here. To see the film, click here.

Production Manager Allisan Whitman has won for Outstanding Choreography at the National Youth Theater Awards for her work on the Fallbrook production of CATS.

Co-Star Anzy McWha has won Outstanding Lead Actress (under 13 in California) at the National Youth Theater Awards for her work as the Cat in the Hat in the musical Seussical.

We would like to congratulate them all for their great work.


Currently live on WhenIsMy.com, a new website devoted to new authors of science fiction, is Bryan Caron's sci-fi novella, "The Screpta," about a teenager who needs to sacrifice the life that he knows in order to save his friends and fulfill his true destiny. Check out the site at WhenIsMy.com or you can click here to go straight to the novella.

Happy Reading!


Divine Trinity Films and Fallbrook Film Factory's award-winning film, “My Necklace, Myself,” continues to enjoy its 2009 run in film festival’s with its official selection into the INDIE FEST USA film festival, to be held August 22-28, 2009 in Downtown Disney in Anaheim, CA. The film will show at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 26 at the AMC 12 movie theater in Downtown Disney and is eligible for nominations in several categories, including Best Short, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Music, Best Actor and Best Actress, among others. (Nominations are not announced until the award ceremony.)

For more information on the festival, please visit www.indiefestusa.com.

Congratulations again to all who worked on this film!


Divine Trinity Films is pleased to announce that J.G. Franklin, co-star of My Necklace, Myself, was a contestant on "The Singing Bee," will beagin its new season on CMT (Country Music Television) on June 20 at 10 p.m. For those that do not know, "The Singing Bee" is a reality-based music show that tests contestant's knowledge of popular song lyrics by having them compete with other players in a series of games. With its move from NBC to CMT this season, the show will incorporate sixty percent country music to forty percent popular favorites. It is unclear as to which episode he will appear, but it should be sometime in late June, early July. Keep your eyes open.

J.G. Franklin has also recently finished filming his very first commercial for Jerome's Furniture. It will air soon in San Diego.

Congratulations to J.G. and we at Divine Trinity Films wish him the best of luck.


Filming on Divine Trinity Films and Bryan Caron's latest venture, '10,' concluded this afternoon with a rousing success. Post-Production has already begun with an eye for a late summer debut on an exclusive website. Check back soon for more updates.

Divine Trinity Films is also currently seeking sponsors to help continue the web series to it's heart-pounding, and inevitably, hilarious conclusion. Please email admin@divinetrinityfilms.com with your interest and more information on how you can help.


Production on writer/director Bryan Caron's new film, '10,' got underway today. A parody of the hit television show, 24, '10' follows your average high school hall monitor as she tries to stop the students from taking over the school because of an impending implementation of a new uniform policy. Starring Julia Witschger, star of Bryan Caron's My Necklace, Myself, '10' is the possible pilot episode to a future web series.

Stay tuned for more information.


"How To Be", the award-winning music video directed by Bryan Caron and written by Bryan Caron and Kyle McNeill, has been accepted as an Official Selection in the 2009 ReelHeART International Film Festival (RHIFF). See their website for more information. Comgratulations to all who worked on this wonderful piece.


Divine Trinity Films is proud to announce that the award-winning short film, "My Necklace, Myself," has been accepted as an official selection into the 2009 Fallbrook Film Festival. The festival takes place April 23-26, 2009 in Fallbrook, Ca. It will be competing with several films in the Best Feature catagory (nominations, if any, have yet to be annunced).

3-6-09 Divine Trinity Films is proud to announce that "How To Be," the award-winning music video performed by "My Necklace, Myself" star Julia Witschger, has been accepted as an official selection into the 10th Anniversary On Location: Memphis International Film Festival.

The Festival will take place April 23-26, 2009 in Memphis, Tennessee, and "How To Be" will be competing against 10 other music videos for the Best Music Video award (nominations, if any, have yet to be announced).

"How To Be" was written and produced for the award-winning short film, "My Necklace, Myself." Please check out the official selection announcement HERE and to see the full list of films, documentaries and music videos that will be presented at this year's festival.

Congratulations to actress and singer Julia Witschger, composer Kyle McNeill and all who worked on this wonderful extension to "My Necklace, Myself." To watch the full music video, click here.


"My Necklace, Myself" enjoyed a great presentation at the International Family Film Festival in Hollyood, California this past weekend. Out of thirteen films competing for Best Short Film - Drama at this year's festival, "My Necklace, Myself" was one of two films nominated as finalists. Though its competition ultimately took the
top prize, producers are gracious for being a finalist. "It says a lot for the film that it made it as far as it did at the festival," says writer/director Bryan Caron. "Hopefully this nomination, coupled with the previous win for Best Screenplay last month, will help build recognition for the film and all of its talented cast and crew."

The film that won the top prize was "Boy|Man," a poignant story of a young boy who seeks to shed his "boyhood"
in order to become the man of the house after the loss of his father. See the full description here, and check back to the International Family Film Festival website to see all of the festivals winners.


On the heels of winning Best Screenplay at the Treasure Coast International Film Festival this past weekend, “My Necklace, Myself” has been chosen as an Official Selection in the 14th Annual International Family Film Festival, to be held February 26 to March 1, 2009 at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California.

“My Necklace, Myself” will be presented on Friday, February 27, 2009 at 3:30 p.m. Tickets for this showing are $10.00, or you can purchase an all-day pass for $40.00, which gets you into all screenings for the day. The film will compete with a couple dozen other films for Best Short Film.

If you would like to attend the festival, you can check out the official line-up of films by clicking here; you may view all of the other events (including opening and closing ceremonies) by clicking here; here: and you may purchase your all day passes or individual tickets by clicking here. Any other questions regarding the purchase of tickets or any of the events, you may contact Patte Dee McKee.

The event will take place on the lot of Raleigh Studios, where they currently film the television series, “The Closer” as well as “Ugly Betty.” For directions, you may click here. The address for the studio is:

Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Ave
Hollywood, CA 90038

Patrons and participants of the event will need to use the Van Ness Avenue parking garage across from the studio for any and all events on Thursday, February 26 and Friday, February 27. ($5 per car.)  On Saturday and Sunday, you may go to the Security Gate on Van Ness Avenue (across from the parking garage) and park on the lot.

We invite and encourage everyone to join us to screen “My Necklace, Myself,” and once again congratulate everyone who worked on this wonderful film.

2-1-09 Congratulations to Bryan Caron, writer of My Necklace, Myself, who won for Best Screenplay (Short Film) this past weekend at the 2009 Treasure Coast International Film Festival. To see the complete list of winners, please click here.

Nominations were announced today for the Treasure Coast International Film Festival Awards, and "My Necklace, Myself" has been officially nominated for Best Screenplay (Short Film). It will be up against the films SES (directed by Jesper Waldvogel Rasmussen from Denmark) and Trial by Fire (directed by Bill Forchion). Congratulations to writer Bryan Caron and to all the rest who helped bring this award-nominated film to life.

To see the full list of nominees and categories, click here.

Good luck!


The Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films is pleased to announce the official selection of "My Necklace, Myself" into the 2009 Treasure Coast International Film Festival. The festival will take place in Port St. Lucie, Florida on January 29th to February 1st. There are 17 features, 16 shorts and several student films which will be presented during the festival. An awards gala will be held the night of February 1st where awards will be handed out to the best of the festival. "My Necklace, Myself" is elegible for the following awards in the Short Film categories: Best Film; Best Director; Best Screenplay; Best Cinematography; Best Actor; and Best Actress. "My Necklace, Myself" will be up against some stiff competition, including the short film, "Collector" starring the late Brad Renfro.

For more information on the festival, please go to: www.tcifilmfest.com

To see the My Necklace, Myself listing, go to: www.tcifilmfest.com/2009/09Announcement.html and click on the "2009 Shorts" link, then scroll down to our listing.

Congratulations to everyone involved and Happy New Year!