Actor/Producer Frankie Cassavetes sponsored the first reading of Science Fiction environmental screenplay “Pollen and the Ring of Harmony” during the weekend.

The invitation-only event was held at the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey on Saturday, January 11. Actor Ray Liotta read the part of Reb and his daughter, Karsen, read the part of Chloe.

The screenplay is about an alien named Pollen who is a protector of nature. Pollen travels the universe protecting nature when there is an imbalance. This imbalance has brought him to Earth. Accompanying Pollen is a mysterious living ring with unimaginable powers akin to God-like, which allows Pollen to serve as a noble “green” messiah.

Mr. Cassavetes describes the screenplay as groundbreaking, saying, “It will change the world by showing us that violence is not the answer to life. It’s the first screenplay that will open eyes to the terrible destruction we are doing to our planet. I want people to ‘HEAR’ just how good this screenplay is! Movies have the power to change people’s minds, and Pollen and the Ring of Harmony will by far do the most good yet.”

Based on Francis T. Perry Williams’ novel, the film will raise awareness of environmental issues through use of special effects, not violence or the use of weapons.

Mr. Cassavetes is currently interviewing directors. For more information, he can be contacted at (310) 497-7593.

Read more news from Francis T. Perry Williams here.

Source: PR Newswire

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