It’s a wrap for the upcoming horror film, The Boatyard. This chilling thriller was written and created by RG Graham and directed by Dale Stelly, respectively. Slated to be the first in an upcoming franchise, The Boatyard aims to provide audiences with fresh and original content in the horror genre.
Filming took place in Marina del Rey, California and featured an entirely local cast and crew. Post-production is currently underway, with plans to submit the film to film festivals in 2024, including the renowned Sundance Film Festival. Blumhouse Productions has even expressed interest in the film.
EnRG Entertainment, the production company behind ‘The Boatyard’, is dedicated to creating inclusive film and content. As such, ‘The Boatyard’ features a diverse cast and crew, as well as storylines and characters reflecting the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community. With sponsorships from The LGBT Sentinel, A West Hollywood publication and CNF Foundation.
Director Dale Stelly, known for the classic ‘Compton’s Finest’ and ‘Sin City’, brings his signature style to ‘The Boatyard’. When asked about the filming process, Stelly praised the cast and crew, saying “This production was a dream. The team’s shared passion for inclusive storytelling made for an incredibly collaborative environment.”
With filming now complete, The Boatyard is making waves in Hollywood. This progressive production has broken barriers during a time of great change in the entertainment industry with the historical Hollywood strike. By embracing inclusivity and taking a stand for equal representation, The Boatyard is poised to make history. Under the masterful direction of RG Graham, this chilling tale of suspense is sure to captivate audiences and critics alike when it debuts at film festivals next year.