Green Hat Diner: P4 Film

Green Hat Diner: P4 Film

From Zoe Alexandra

“Green Hat Diner” is a psychological thriller that explores the phenomenon of what happens after death through the eyes of a grief-stricken 19 year old in the creepy, unsettling Green Hat Diner, a.k.a. purgatory.

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Where do we begin? We're creating a thriller that takes place in 1987 with a very ambitious idea that involves a large cast, special effects, various different locations, and very involved production design.

P4/Production 4 are senior level thesis films at Point Park University. It's our last film of our college career- this is so important to us!

We need your help! Our budget is very important to this film as it's what is going to make the 80's believable through wardrobe, makeup, and production design; it's what's going to help make our special effects have you sitting on the edge of your seats, and so much more.

We also need funds for craft services, catering, transportation, extra equipment- the list goes on.

As cliche as it sounds- we absolutely cannot do this without your help. Anything helps- 50 cents, $1, $5- we always appreciate your generosity and are very thankful.

See you at the Green Hat Diner!

Our Crew/Diner Staff

Zoe Alexandra is a producer, director, and screenwriter from Pittsburgh. She has produced and directed a number of successful student films during her time at Point Park University, and has worked on several notable television and Netflix shows shooting in Pittsburgh. She is inspired by the mind and all things twisted. Her favorite films are: "The Shining", "Get Out", "It", and "The Dark Knight"- she is infatuated by thrillers. With that being said, "Green Hat Diner" is Zoe's passion project, so she is beyond excited to produce and direct a project as unique as this.

Olivia Busby is a senior at Point Park University and has directed and written eleven shorts during her time in the Cinema Arts program, while also dabbling in editing and cinematography. She was inspired to become a filmmaker after seeing Martin Scorsese‘s mystery-thriller “Shutter Island“ at the age of 16. This is why she is so ecstatic to co-direct Green Hat Diner – as it too deals with the mind, trauma, and all things twisted.

Nicole Kennedy is the editor for Green Hat Diner. She is a senior at Point Park University and has worked on student, indie, and feature films in the Pittsburgh area. Her focus is in editing but she has also directed, produced, shot, and done sound design on a variety of films. She is very excited to edit Green Hat Diner because of the unique style it will have. Her main goal is to have the audience sitting on the edge of their seats the entire time!

Tucker P. Dutton is the Director of Photography of Green Hat Diner. He’s a senior at Point Park University and over the course of the past year, he’s shot 7 shorts and worked on a variety of big-budget productions. Tucker is thrilled to work on this project because the script allows for much experimentation. He’s excited to keep the audience enthralled throughout the movie with an inventive visual style.

Ben McKee is the Production Designer for Green Hat Diner. He’s a senior at Point Park University and has worked on many student films over the past 4 years. He’s eager to bring the Green Hat Diner to life on the big screen. The script is exactly the kind of style within Ben’s expertise. He’s super excited to design the creepy yet fascinating sets required to make this film really pop.

Peter Brucker is a Pittsburgh native Sound Designer and Audio engineer for film and theater. His designs focus on the nuances of realism and the majesty of the ethereal. Peter has worked with companies such as City Theatre, the Pittsburgh Playhouse, and Quantum Theatre.

Anthony Yoder is the writer of Green Hat Diner. He is a senior Screenwriter at Point Park University. He has written many highly praised scripts over his last 3 years at Point Park. He’s more than ecstatic, to write this mysterious story about Jade and her journey.

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