Invite one of the filmmakers to present Where There Is Darkness at your screening to help the story connect more with everyone who comes to see it. They love to meet the audience, speak about the film, and answer questions!

Also, promoting your screening as a special event featuring someone who helped make the film, or who was in it, is an excellent way to ensure a sell-out crowd!

The following are some of the cast and/or crew members who regularly speak at screenings and events. We ask for a speaker’s fee and travel expenses to help offset the costs associated with each of them taking time out of their busy schedules. Speaking fees start at $650 plus travel expenses.

Because the Where There Is Darkness cast and crew bonded so much through the process of making the film, we highly recommend bringing more than one of the filmmakers and/or cast members to your screening!

To inquire about having a speaker for your event, please submit the inquiry form below and we will be in touch to discuss it further!



Travels from: Orlando, FL

Fee: Negotiable + Travel Expenses

Sean is best known for directing films such as Apparition Hill, The Triumph, If Only We Had Listened, and others, which explore the phenomena of miracles and spirituality. As a writer, Sean helped Mirjana Soldo (featured in Apparition Hill) write her auto-biography, My Heart Will Triumph, and wrote the novel The Sound of Many Waters. Sean regularly speaks at events and screenings about the many life-changing experiences he has had through his work. Visit Sean’s website.



Travels from: Houston, TX

Fee: Negotiable + Travel Expenses

Cimela Kidonakis is a filmmaker with a passion for people and their stories. With a Greek father and a Mexican mother, Cimela loves to travel, especially to her father’s homeland, the island of Crete.  With her fun personality, she’s available to speak at screenings and events. Visit Cimela’s website.



Travels from: Chicago, IL

Fee: Negotiable + Travel Expenses

Jessi Hannapel is a young filmmaker from Dowagiac, Michigan. Since she was twelve years old, she has wanted to make inspiring movies that allow people to see the world in a different way. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago in May with a degree in Film and Digital Media Production.