Roxë15 is ALIVE and WELL


Roxë15, a science fiction short film by Celia C. Peters. (Artwork by Rowan Stocks-Moore)

Some of you may be wondering: What ever happened to that sci-fi short film? Well, I’m here to tell you that Roxë15 is, indeed, alive and well.

Ohio-based editor Chris Croft and I have been working hard for the past several weeks….and (thank God!) the light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer and closer. I have had the great pleasure of editing sound effects (call me geeky or whatever, but I happen to LOVE editing audio). Anyhoo, the final pieces are coming into place. It has taken a while but as they say, good things come to those who wait — so stay tuned.

Also, I’m extremely excited and honored to announce that the feature-length screenplay of Roxë15 was recently selected to be a part of cultivEight, a national film development program sponsored by NEA Art Works! cultivEight is produced by PushPush Film and Theater in Atlanta, in partnership with BrandCinema in NYC and producer Alexander A. Motlagh. It’s an innovative, hands-on, filmmaker-centered incubator that develops out-of-the-box film projects over 8 months.  The object is to thoroughly and thoughtfully develop projects, connect filmmakers with producers and get projects into (what?) PRODUCTION!

Feeling extremely thankful/grateful that both the long and short of Roxë15 are moving in the right direction…..ever forward!


ROXË15: A New Voice in Science Fiction!

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My sci-fi short film, Roxë15, is now raising $$ for post-production funds!

Roxë15 is set to transform this genre by bringing new faces, new voices and new perspectives to science fiction film with a quality piece of work. We’ve just launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $6,000 for post-production by August 30. These funds will go toward editing, graphics, a sound mix, music licensing and festival submissions.

BE A PART OF THIS MOVEMENT: back the campaign with whatever amount that works for you  we welcome ANY amount.  We’re expanding the science fiction genre and we need your support to do it!


And don’t forget, sharing is caring:  if you like what you see, pls. post it, tweet it, blog it.

The time for the future is now.