Winner 1st Place, Short Family Film @ the Indie Gathering International Film Festival held in Westlake, OH. Summary: Max Jordan, a hot-shot talent agent from Akron Ohio, is ready to hit the big time by establishing his own agency in LA. Because he is consumed with his desire to succeed, Max has grown into a distant, self-involved man. He is willing to sacrifice anything, including his relationship with his fiancee, in order to advance his career. Max's life soon takes an unexpected turn, however, when, after seeing a news report about a hit-and-run involving a child, he fears he may be the one responsible. In an effort to right his wrong, Max decides to aid in the boy's recovery. A paternal bond forms between Max and the boy, who is an orphan. Through this experience, Max rediscovers the aspects of life that truly matter. As the police continue to search for the hit-and-run driver, Max struggles with a difficult decision; surrender his freedom and turn himself in, or remain silent and surrender his integrity.
"Turning Point" stars Brian Richeson as "Max", Tonee Purnell as "Tom", Lindsay Bonilla as "Carla", Joy Borland as "Dr. Adler", and Ryan Vincent as "Danny". The original music score is by Aryavarta Kumar. Production manager: Evonne Fields-Gould. Assistant directors: Elizabeth Gould, Abigail Pink and Jaclyn Inglis. Sound Design & mix by Cornelius Gould IV. Screenplay by Evonne Fields-Gould and Peter Anthony Fields, from a story by Evonne Fields-Gould. The film is directed & edited by Peter Anthony Fields. The picture was shot in Stow, Wadsworth and Akron, Ohio.