Not sure if anyone here has seen "Chalk" or "An Ordinary Family" but the latter film was played at my school this week and we had the director come by and watch it with us and also do a Q&A afterwards. The main character is the theater professor here as well, so that was pretty cool. The director's name is Mike Akel, a very interesting guy. Grossed 300K on his first film with a budget of 10K. Said he's looking for a big name actor for his next film and and has an agent that can get it done. Was interesting to hear him, also a good film. Chalk is far more well known and has 79% on RT.