Rachel Lowry Wins Contest To Make Feature Film


11 Year-old Rachel Lowry wins Feature Film Contest. August 2017, Rachel Lowry’s award winning film short “LOST” won best KIDVID at the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles, California. Rachel and eight other winners where then given the chance to pitch a full length feature idea and the winner would win the grand prize of getting their idea made into a feature film.

With help from Christine Fry, Rachel and her family brainstormed about several ideas and came up with one based on Nikola Tesla and his lost journal. The idea was an instant success and Rachel won the contest to become a Co-Executive Producer on the film. Tim Lowry directed the feature and DesertRock Entertainment was contracted to do over 300 visual effects for the movie.

Final Frequency completed principle photography May 2018 and is set to be released fall of 2019. The film stars Lou Ferrigno Jr., Charles Shaughnessy, Richard Burgi, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Luke Guldan, Nikki SooHoo, Abhay Ahluwalia and Kim Estes.


Lou Ferrigno Jr. is an American actor and improvisational comedian. After beginning his career in entertainment as a fitness model, Ferrigno found his way to roles in commercials, Tv, and films. He’s best known for his work on How I Met Your Mother, Teen Wolf, and Battlefield: Rush. He is Currently on the television series S.W.A.T.

Charles Shaughnessy is known for his roles on American television, as Shane Donovan on the soap opera Days of Our Lives, as Maxwell Sheffield on the sitcom The Nanny, and as the voice of Dennis the Goldfish on Stanley. Along with his brother, David Shaughnessy, and Ophelia Soumekh, he is a partner in 3S Media Solutions Inc.

Richard Burgi‘s film work includes the sci-fi “alien bugs vs. humans” sequel Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation, Cellular, the Jim Carrey comedy Fun with Dick and Jane , the Cameron Diaz comedy In Her Shoes, Hostel: Part II, and Friday the 13th . In 2013, he landed a recurring role as D.A. Dan Russell on the series Body of Proof.

Kirby Bliss Blanton, the youngest of four children, grew up in The Woodlands, Texas, and started her career doing modeling and commercials in nearby Houston. She later moved to Los Angeles where her film career began to shine. Her film work included “Death Wish”, Project X, and The Green Inferno.

Luke Guldan is an actor and producer, known for Tell Me a Story, Broad City and The Good Place. Luke’s passion for excellence shows in every role he plays. He continues to amaze critics and audiences alike with his versatility and charm.

Kim Estes received the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series “Dicks” His television credits include: “How To Get Away With Murder”, “I’m Dying Up Here”, “Brooklyn 99”, “Secrets and Lies,” and “Fresh off the Boat,” Kim has starred in many films, including “Underdog”, “Playing Beethoven”, and “Crossroad”.

Nikki SooHoo is an American-born actress from Southern California. Best known for her roles in the movies: “The Lovely Bones,” directed by Peter Jackson, “Stick It,” the gymnastics movie starring alongside Jeff Bridges, and “Bring It On: Fight to the Finish,” the cheerleading movie costarring with Christina Milian.

Abhay Ahluwalia was born in New Delhi, India. Abhay had a passion for the performance arts from a very young age. He acted in many school plays before moving to Washington, D.C. at the age of nine. In his time at William & Mary, Abhay was the lead in two main stage productions, hosted cultural shows, performed at regional venues, and even wrote/directed his own play “Silent Chaos” about the effects of war on the home front.

Josh Murray is an actor and producer, known for Killing Lincoln, The Reliant and The Soliloquy.