Founded in the latter half of the 20th Century in Washington, DC, Divergent Thinking Productions is dedicated to the production of quality independent film. It’s debut feature “Lethal Force” was produced for literally a shoestring and this laugh-filled action satire received raves from both microcinema and mainstream film critics. Not only was it lavished with across-the-board praise, but it had a successful run on the festival circuit where it received numerous awards. In North America, it was officially released on DVD in 2006 courtesy of Unearthed Films, followed by its German DVD release in 2007 through CMV-Laservision.
The work of Divergent Thinking Productions is not the result of a single individual but a dedicated and talented group of artists. They are…
SIR ALVIN D. ECARMA
A graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Sir Alvin has been making films for most of his adult life. Even before the success of “Lethal Force”, his short films have been featured in such venues as the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, the Atlanta Film Festival and the Chicago Underground Film Festival.
CASH FLAGG, JR.
RONALD EDWIN HUNKLER
A talented editor who cut his chops at the regional NBC affiliate in Washington, DC, Ronald reluctantly took the El Lay plunge. Fortunately his dazzling AVID skills quickly won him work editing various music videos for up and coming artists in the Enterainment Industry. His interests include rock climbing and kareoke.
Recently retired, Klinton and his longtime companion Frank Prather recently reaffirmed their vows in a touching ceremony on the shores of Chesapeake Bay. Klinton’s newest role is “house husband” with the arrival of the couple’s recently adopted Vietnamese daughter. “I didn’t know if it was something I wanted to do,” Klinton confesses,”but Frank persuaded me otherwise and I can’t tell you how thankful I am. I love you Frank, you magnificent gay bastard.”