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Subject: Amy Acker, Tony Hale, Carrie Preston, Robyn Lively, Ryan Cartwright, Steven Sills, Courtney Ford, Brandon Dickerson
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File:Sironia poster 2011.jpeg
Directed by Brandon Dickerson
Produced by
Written by
Music by Wes Cunningham
Cinematography Jordan Valenti
Editing by Michael R. Miller
Country United States
Language English

Sironia is a drama film directed by Brandon Dickerson. It stars Amy Acker, Wes Cunningham, Tony Hale, Robyn Lively, Carrie Preston and Meaghan Jette Martin shot on location in Waco, Texas and Los Angeles, California.[1]


Inspired by the music of singer-songwriter Wes Cunningham, Sironia is the story of a talented musician who has been chewed up and spit out by the Hollywood music machine. Frustrated by his broken career, Thomas Fisher and his wife Molly impulsively pack up and move to small town Sironia, Texas to live a more authentic life and raise their first child near Molly's brother and his family. Despite the change of scenery, Thomas's deep resentment over his lost dreams gets the best of him as he struggles to find peace with his stalled career, until he remembers what he loved about music - and Molly - in the first place.



Sironia premiered at the 2011 Austin Film Festival in Austin, TX in October 2011.[2][3]


  • Audience Award Winner, 2011 Austin Film Festival Festival[4]


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • review of Austin Film Festival debut [1]
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