Local filmmakers Tommy Stackhouse and Graham Nolte are this week premiering their first narrative feature-length film, “Parallax,” the Daily Local News reports.
Filmed in West Chester in 2012, “Parallax” is set in 1987 during the early days of the Internet. The film about a computer programmer illustrates how technology can isolate people as well as it connects them.
“Parallax” includes shots of West Chester borough, the Chester County Historical Society, Barnaby’s and the Hickman Building.
Stackhouse and Nolte are Henderson High School graduates, where they began their film careers. Read the story here: www.dailylocal.com/general-news/20150203/west-chester-filmmakers-set-for-premiere-of-parallax