|Starring||Anita Cordell, Ben Jeffrey, Christina Blodgett, Greg Brostrom, Ian Dempsey, Jeffrey Brown, Kathryn Bartholomew, Sam Kane|
|Director(s)||Stephen Wallace Pruitt|
|Producer(s)||Mary Settle Pruitt, Stephen Wallace Pruitt|
|Honor(s)||Heartland Film Festival Film|
Works in Progress is a remarkably witty romantic comedy that deftly blends the love of art with the art of love. Inspirational, funny, poignant and romantic, Works in Progress centers on two lifelong friends and artists, John and Patrick, who move together from their rural roots to the big city in hopes of making it in the art world. They quickly attract the attention of an unscrupulous art dealer, who convinces them to compromise their artistic integrity for financial gain.
During a gallery tour, John sees and is attracted to the beautiful, but lonely, Abbey. Despite her harsh criticism of their work, John perseveres and the two begin to date. Patrick and a friend hack into Abbey’s online diary to help John win her heart. The secrets that Patrick shares first strengthen, then undermine, the love and trust between John and Abbey. In the end she realizes that they are both Works in Progress.