A film about a wealthy homeowner who rents out his posh Malibu mansion to an array of guests, "Home Entertainment"
Written, produced and directed by Gumuchian and Eaton, "Home Entertainment"
In a similar vein to the film "The Truman Show," "Home Entertainment"
"Each weekend comprises of its own story with different guests each time around," explains Eaton. "Our first weekend story is about a couple on a romantic weekend getaway that turns into a disaster. The second story revolves around a sexual nonconformist's unorthodox memorial party and Part 3 is about a super L.A. spirit guide meetup."
The dialogue in Gumuchian and Eaton's script and the actors spot-on timing combined with the bright lighting and scene pacing make "Home Entertainment"
"We thought it would be interesting to talk about the state of privacy we live in today, and the extent to which technology has encouraged new types of behavior, including strange hobbies adopted by several of our characters,"
A graduate of the prestigious USC School of Cinematic Arts, Gumuchian has worked with several major networks and studios, including ABC Studios, the Hallmark Channel, HBO and FOX where she learned the ins and outs of creative development. In addition to growing praise for "Home Entertainment,"
Aside from being a producer and the cinematographer on "Home Entertainment,"
The score for "Home Entertainment"
A co-production between the U.S. and Canada, "Home Entertainment"
Prior to "Home Entertainment,"
Though Gumuchian has penned an impressive list of award-winning scripts over the years, she says, "Home Entertainment, has by far, been my favorite project."