Via Zoom: Director Logan Stone's Journey to His New Film ‘Exodus’

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CHICAGO – The filmmaker’s journey to premiere is different for all, but no one has seemed to symbolize it better than Logan Stone, the director and co-writer of the new release “Exodus.” The film will open in theaters and Apple TV+ streaming on March 19th, 2021.

“Exodus” involves Connor (Jimi Stanton), an enforcer in a small town, feeling the effects several years after The Rapture. His job is to make sure no one leaves town, but after questioning an escapee, he discovers a VHS tape that paints the image of “The Door,” rumored to be an entry to a Utopian Paradise. He also then escapes, to pursue this portal to salvation.

In this first clip, director Logan Stone expands upon the story of “Exodus,” accessed by CLICKING HERE … followed by the film’s trailer.

Filmmaker Logan Stone has a Chicago connection via his roots in St. Louis. After doing his undergrad at Southern Methodist University, he studied visual communications and film theory at DePaul University in Chicago. In 2013 he founded Cinestone, directing a variety of projects such as short films, music videos, commercials and his feature film. His directorial resume includes the shorts “Blue Notes,” “Reason,” and “Pain 2: Derez Deshon,” as well as a co-directing credit for “More Than a Cowboy,” a documentary TV miniseries.“Exodus” is his feature film debut.

In an interview Via Zoom with Patrick McDonald of, Logan talks about origins, perceptions and the cool director stuff of “Exodus” …

“Exodus” will premiere in theaters and stream on Apple TV+ on March 19th. Featuring Jimi Stanton, Janelle Snow, Charles Andrew Gardner, Keith Jardine, James McKinney, Hannah Kloepfer, Zachary Gossett, Dan Gonón, Grace Barnes and David Leonard. Written by Logan Stone and Andrew Arcos. Directed by Logan Stone. Not Rated. senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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