On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Lucky You Films’ award-winning short film, Little Package, has been praised by critics at international film festivals, and is now available on YouTube.
“Little Package,” Lucky You Films’ award-winning short film which has received critical acclaim from international film festivals, is now available for viewing on YouTube making it accessible to a broader audience.
Lucky You Films is a production company based in Charlotte, North Carolina, that makes high-quality films and videos for a wide range of clients. The business is committed to producing content that is engaging and provocative, inspires audiences, and promotes positive social change.
In the film “Little Package,” a family finds themselves in hot water when an enigmatic package accidentally appears on their front porch. In the meantime, the package’s shady owners make an effort to salvage the package before their boss finds out.
starring Johanna Jowett (Life as We Know It), Jason Allen King (The Hunger Games), and Patrick G. Keenan (The Blind Side), was nominated for Best Short Film at the Foothills Film Festival and the Stranger Days Independent Film Festival, as well as the Audience Award at the Charlotte Film Festival. It was directed by Kent (The Last Passport). The film has received praise for its striking visuals, compelling performances, and powerful storytelling.
The film’s producer, director, and co-writer, Kent Smith, is thrilled to release “Little Package” on YouTube. He hopes that this movie will continue to entertain and surprise viewers on YouTube, as it has done with audiences all over the world.
Kent Smith used Stanley Kubrick’s “Dr. Strangelove or:” as inspiration for his creative vision, stating that he wanted to find humor in the situation. How I Learned to Love the Bomb and Stop Worrying He wanted to create suspense in a way that was similar to Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” and present difficult life choices in a comedic way, like in a John Hughes movie, all in the interest of developing the personalities of the characters. He wanted to create unique cinematic perspectives that would heighten the sense of unease and anxiety as the story’s tension played out mostly in the minds of the characters, acknowledging the various ways people handle stress. Smith wanted to increase the tension when the enigmatic package arrives by cutting faster while staying true to the situation’s comedic nature.
Kent Smith and Christian Shonts wrote the screenplay, which was based on a true story. We were able to shoot the film in just three days with a dedicated crew despite limitations imposed by Covid. Steve Saxon served as the director of photography.