"What's done in the dark will come to light."
After refusing to go out for his own bachelor party, Steven decides to spend the night at home to prepare for his wedding. Not taking no for an answer, his three friends - Blair, Josh and Trey - set up a plan to get him out of the house. When things take a sudden turn, the friends become divided on what to do next. Tension starts to brew as friendship and loyalty get put to the test.
A character-driven and thought-provoking short, this drama/thriller is sure to leave audiences on the edge of their seats.
"Making this film has been a dream come true. It was something I have been working towards since 2016. Working with this team again after Stripped (2018) was exciting. I do not plan to stop here. I plan to expand the story into a feature. I really want to dive into the nature of these characters. The concept of To Kill A Secret is something I’ve always wanted to explore. I wanted to write something where I could put parts of myself in multiple characters.
In the film, the relationships between life-long friends are tested when they are stuck in a dire situation that seems almost impossible to get out of. As a director, I think it is important that we tell stories we feel most connected to and continue to make innovative, unique content for our movie going audience."
- Jevon Boreland
“The audition process was great. I wasn’t sure what to expect. I walk into this room and of course, there’s the panel, and I’m just wondering how this is going to go. It was an incredible experience. I knew right away this was something I wanted to be a part of.”
- Glenn Cashin
“When I got the news of being casted as Lia, there was a gap between the audition and getting the news, so I was a little bit shocked when they told me. But I was excited. I was curious. I didn't know what to expect but it went beyond all my expectations.”
- Melissa Cultraro
"The cast - I met everybody and right there and then, everyone's energy was just... there. Egos were set to the side. Everyone was friendly, warm, and you knew right away the chemistry was going to work."
- Emidio Lopes
"Jevon [the director] really allowed us to give input and he allowed us to express ourselves. He guided it where he needed to guide it if he felt like it was going in a direction where he needed to adjust it, but it really felt free. It was a collaborative experience but at the same time he kept it within his structure.”
- Mark Taylor
“My favourite part was the relationships that I have built and getting to meet so many people that I hope to keep talking to, keep working with, and keeping that relationship throughout the future.” - Jamal Pink