Prairie Lights will be having a bunch of fantastic Nebraska filmmakers and one we can announce is Nickolas Robison, director of A COLD DAY IN HELL, a feature length that will be screening! Here’s a bit about the director:
Nick Robison was born in Grand Island, NE and grew up south of Kearney in the small farming village of Axtell. Almost immediately, he realized that the farming lifestyle was not for him and after becoming involved in the performing arts a spark of passion and a new sense of ambition began to grow within him. Since then he has obtained a college degree in the Media Arts- Video Production, currently has 2 years of professional working experience with 1Vision Productions studio, has completed 5 feature length documentaries, 4 shorts, 1 independent feature length film, and has acted in multiple films, shorts, and commercials. Nick’s other passion involves outdoor adventures and environmental preservation, and plans on merging the two in one of his upcoming projects.
Check out the trailer for A COLD DAY IN HELL right here! Nick will be holding a Q&A session after the A COLD DAY IN HELL screening so be sure to head over to the Tickets page and pre-order your Weekend Pass for the low price of $10.00 to see the film and attend Nick’s Q&A!