Dale Ward is an author and filmmaker. His writings have appeared in numerous magazines and journals, including "Good Old Days," "Cricket," "The Layman," and many of his stories have been turned into films. He was the Producer and Executive Producer for the Emmy awarding-winning national talk show “On Main Street,” and currently is the Senior Media Producer at Concordia Seminary. His Bachelor of Arts in Video/Film was earned at Webster University in St. Louis. His stories to films include "My Life Is a Movie," “Delayed Reactions," “There’s Something in the Basement,” and “The 2 Sons and Their Crogzookles.” His work has appeared in dozens of film festivals around the world.
10-year-old Wyatt copes with his dysfunctional home life by treating life as a movie, recording nearly every scene on his phone. Sister Lyndsy is tormented by her stepbrother and neglected by her mother. When Lyndsy decides to run away from home, Wyatt tags along to film their search for a better life.