Writer/Director Chel White and Writer/Producer Laura McGie in attendance for Q+A!
Bucksville is Portland-based, indie director Chel White’s long awaited, character-driven feature film. Produced entirely in the Pacific Northwest, Bucksville is a thinking person’s vigilante story that twists together the timely topics of ethics, capital punishment, and even gun control rights. A young man named Presley Alan French (Thomas Stroppel) struggles to accept the reality of being bound for life to the group that was started by his father and uncle twenty years ago. When the group’s agenda becomes increasingly extreme under the control of the wealthy Patron of Justice (Tom Berenger), Presley must decide for himself, what is truly right or wrong. With an eerily beautiful tone, Bucksville is at its heart a film about family conflict and the corruption of ideals.