Screening set for ‘Life, Upgraded’


The sci-fi romance “Life, Upgraded” has an upcoming screening at the Oklahoma State Fair.

The film, directed by Kyle Roberts, screens at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, as part of the Oklahoma State Fair Film Festival at the Oklahoma Contemporary theater on the fairgrounds. It’s free to attend with State Fair admission.

LoglineA forbidden romance between an android and the daughter of the engineer who built him is tested when she is ordered to erase his memory, forcing the couple to choose between the life they were made for and the love they have found.

I was a writer on the short film along with Sean Thiessen and Jon Skelly for this year’s 48-Hour Film Contest. The film stars LaRonn Marzett, Raychelle Black, Josiah Overstreet, Neil Newby, Collin Place, Leah N.H. Philpott, and Rett Terrell.

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