November 15-16, 2016 | San Jose, CA
"Chaperone" Team Member Attends the Drone Expo Conference
Carole Keeney Harrington, producer, of “My Chaperone the Drone” attended the Drone Expo Conference on November 15-16, 2016, in San Jose, CA.  An incredible array of drones used for filmmaking, agriculture and mapping were on display. At a breakfast for women, Harrington met two women who are the film business and are interested in staying in contact. 













​A variety of drones on display at the Drone Expo Conference.


November 8-11, 2014
| Santa Monica, CA

"My Chaperone, The Drone" team attends the American Film Market

Carole Harrington, Kevin Bui, and Seanna Fallon attended the American Film Market from November 8-11 in Santa Monica, CA to market "My Chaperone, The Drone." 


September 25, 2014 | Los Angeles, CA and Houston, TX
Los Angeles team develops concept trailer for My Chaperone
Our writer/producer, Kevin Bui and Jeff Brewer, both out of Los Angeles, developed the concept trailer for My Chaperone – The Drone.   Our actress in the swimming pool is none other than Neelou Goodarzi, our associate producer and an actress represented by Pastorini-Bobsy Talent.  Erik Calderon was director of photography. 
November 8-11, 2014 | Santa Monica, CA
 My Chaperone Off to the American Film Market
My Chaperone – The Drone will go to the American Film Market on November 8-11, 2014.  Executive Producer, Carole Keeney Harrington is taking the script, trailer and soft money package to present to distributors and sales agents for representation.  Accompanying her will be Seanna Fallon, cast as the psychiatrist in the movie. Over the past few weeks, the Chaperone team has been contacting actresses for the lead of Megan Mills, aka, Megan Millstein and has had positive feedback from agents.  They have asked for an offer and will pass the script along to the actress.  Watch for an update after the close of the market on November 12th. 

​October 2014
Megan Mills and privacy concerns in My Chaperone Our girl, Megan Mills, the teenage rebel, didn’t have much choice when she agreed to her drone chaperone.  The judge ordered her to agree that her privacy would be seriously compromised because of her threat to commit suicide, regardless of the fact that she was not serious. Her antics meant to manipulate her mother backfired big time. Americans, however, don’t want their daily moves tracked by the technology that will keep track of Megan.  The Texas Department of Public Safety employed drones from 2008 to 2010 but halted their use due to operational costs and federal regulations. The feds regs limited flight areas and radio frequencies to control the aircraft.  Maybe part of that was due to a $300,000 drone that crashed into a SWAT vehicle last year operated by the Montgomery County Sherriff’s Office in Texas.

Drone News - October

My Chaperone, The Drone

My Chaperone, The Drone