"In the 1940’s the Carlisle Theater has opened its doors to the world in a glow of lights, glamour and success. Fast-forward 50 years and the dilapidated movie palace is falling apart and up for sale. Leo, the theater’s owner, after providing his community 50 years of a majestic cinematic experience, now struggles with the theater’s demise as a corporation threatens to buy and demolish the Carlisle. Palace captures the nostalgia and the magic of a movie palace that may be facing its own extinction."
As stated in the credits, I was the editor for Rolando Vega's senior thesis film. It's just under 30 minutes long and features the acting talents of Ryan Preimesberger,
Tom McNutt, and Emily Mathwich. This is the first feature film that I've worked with RED Scarlet footage, and hopefully it won't be the last.