Just a little commercial I got a chance to be in for Drive on TEXPRESS commercial, filmed at North Lake College, Dallas, TX.
Cole Dempsey Productions is now Rabbit Trail Productions!
"I remember playing with my Star Wars toys in my bedroom when I was about five years old when my mother came into my room with a warm smile on her face. Coaxing me to the living room as if I had a birthday surprise waiting for me, I remember walking around the corner to the living room to see George Lucas on the TV, describing details of the miniatures they made for filming Star Wars. I don’t even think I blinked for the next two hours as I drank in every word that documentary delivered. I was forever changed at that moment. I knew what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I wanted to make movies."
Hannah Elliff Dempsey
With a background in Graphic Design and Fine Arts, it was an easy transition into filmmaking. Even as a child I loved art and dreamed of becoming a Graphic Designer. I'm so blessed to not only pursue my dream, but to see what more God has for me on this journey.
It is our belief that entertainment should be fun and filmmaking shouldn't be scary for filmmakers and actors that want to practice and hone their craft. Stories are meant to be entertaining, not to be used as a tool to create social reform or to shame movie lovers. Movie fans don't want to be preached at, they just want to be entertained. Sometimes we do need to hold a mirror up to the face of society, not as a weapon, but as a way to show people a better way to live. We desire to bring hope to those that don't know where to find hope. It is the goal of Rabbit Trail Productions and Cole Dempsey Productions to provide movie loving fans, entertainment for the sake of entertainment.