Where have you gone? (lights, cameras, action edition)

Holy Cross fans might remember Kevin Kerwin as a guy who lettered for four years with the Crusaders in the late 80s and early 90s.

Kerwin is hoping to gain a wider audience these days, having transitioned from the hardwoods to the silver secreen.

According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Kerwin, who went on to study film at Columbia after graduating from HC in 1992, is screening his latest production, "Filmic Achievement," at the Pittsburgh Film Festival:

Kerwin is a 1988 graduate of Seton-LaSalle High School, where he played on the state championship basketball team. He was awarded a basketball scholarship to Holy Cross University in Worcester, Mass., from which he graduated in 1992.

The Mt. Lebanon native moved after college to New York City, where he attended Columbia University film school and lived for eight years. He wrote and directed 'Filmic Achievement' there, not in imitation of, but clearly with enthusiasm for, 'Waiting for Guffman' and 'This Is Spinal Tap.' His wife, Kate, a fellow Holy Cross alum, produced it.
Can "The George Blaney Story" be far behind?

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