Lost Kiddy Found Heads to Film Festival

The student feature film Lost Kiddy Found was written and directed by senior Frank Quatrone. The film was finished April 2017, after taking nearly two years to complete production. Now, it has been selected by the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, where there will be the first public showing at the Contemporary Center for the Arts at 9:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 21. The psychological horror features a young journalist who is looking for a story then finds himself in the midst of a child snuff film ring.  Since the movie was completed, there has only been one private showing. Being the first student feature film created  SFUAD, it has brought a lot of excitement to the campus. “This has been a huge labor of love and I really feel like this set the tone for other students,” Quatrone says. “I honestly couldn’t have done this without my producer Danny Seymour, he really helped me make this dream a reality.” Quatrone is currently collaborating with a distribution company to get Lost Kiddy Found on the market and plans on continuing to enter film festivals around the US before finishing distribution. “I’m so stoked for the public viewing; I’ve been waiting so long for this to happen,” Quatrone says.