"The director moves us with the wanderings of this thirty-something struggling to reinvent herself."
Pierre-Julien Marest, TÉLÉRAMA



A feature film written and directed by Eric McGinty and produced by Anna Sang Park.

“WALLABOUT… comes from a place of truth… a beautiful exploration of finding oneself after losing it.”

New York Minute Magazine

Alex has recently returned to New York City after spending 10 years in Europe as the unrecognized muse to a famous filmmaker. Overeducated, underemployed, and branded as unstable, she struggles to reboot her life in Brooklyn. When Alex is kicked out of her apartment and fired from her low-paid job, she turns to family and friends only to be rejected.

Determined to help her ailing father while still pursuing a creative career, Alex picks up shady part-time work and tangles with many colorful characters. Eventually she meets Frank, an enigmatic film producer, and the two fall in love. But Frank’s even more checkered past catches up with the couple.

Wallabout is an intimate first-person account of an outsider who survives by her wits as she encounters an often corrupt and hypocritical society. It’s an urban meditation on artistic perseverance and the eternal search for family.

In Development

BATIGNOLLES is a dark comedy feature film by writer-director Eric McGinty. This tightly woven Altmanesque tale follows a multi-ethnic family that reunites around a funeral in Paris. Class and racial tensions come to the fore as members of the extended family and their companions clash and also fall in love. English-speaking expats mesh with Parisian characters from all walks of life. Batignolles is a true-to-life satire that captures the culturally and socio-economically diverse reality of today.



Excited that WALLABOUT will have its Vermont premiere at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival!

Sunday, August 28, 2016!


We are thrilled to announce that Wallabout will have a theatrical release in Paris at the venerable Cinéma Saint-André des Arts. cinesaintandre.fr

Starting April 13, 2016. April in Paris!
See you on the Left Bank!


Great news! WALLABOUT won the Best Feature Narrative at the 8th Annual Bushwick Film Festival! Many thanks to the Jury and the team at the Bushwick Film Festival for this wonderful award. We are very proud to have been part of this amazing festival.

Congratulations to Ivy Elrod, Steve Ward, Jo-anne Lee, Jessica Kahler, Mark Reay, Michael Wiener, Victoria Guthrie and the rest of the cast. And kudos to Wallabout's fantastic crew.

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We are honored that WALLABOUT has been selected as the Opening Night Film for the Bushwick Film Festival on October 1st! Truly thrilled that WALLABOUT will play at a festival in Brooklyn, the borough where it all began. And especially in Bushwick, where a lot of the film takes place. Looking forward to seeing you at the red carpet reception and the screening. Q&A with Writer/Director Eric McGinty. Get your tickets here

THURS 10/1 RED CARPET RECEPTION 6:30pm // Film Starts @ 8pm
Director Q&A after Screening

Light Space Studios
1115 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

We are thrilled to announce that the award-winning feature WALLABOUT will have its international market premiere at the Marché du Film, Festival de Cannes

May 17, 2015 8pm
Gray 5 Screening Room
Hotel Gray d'Albion
38 rue des Serbes
Cannes, France
RSVP: Send Mail See you at Cannes!


Veronique Films is an independent production company located in Brooklyn, New York that specializes in film, television, and media content. Its founders Eric McGinty and Anna Sang Park have combined years of expertise in storytelling and production logistics. They are both passionate filmmakers who believe storytelling changes the world. With feature films and international television productions under their belts, they recently completed the dramatic feature WALLABOUT.

Eric McGinty

Eric McGinty has directed short films, including The Mitten, starring Vivian Bang, and a documentary, TransMission 1998, featuring the painter Luke Gray. He has also worked extensively as a first assistant director. Eric is half French/half American and has often collaborated with French directors, including Luc Besson (The Professional), Cedric Klapisch, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Rachid Bouchareb, and the American Sundance Grand Jury prize winner Jonathan Nossiter (Sunday).

Previously, Eric worked in theatre and dance in Paris as an actor and stage manager. He grew up in Paris and Washington, D.C., attended the American School of Paris and the Sorbonne, and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where he concentrated his studies in film and literature. WALLABOUT is Eric’s feature debut as a writer/director.


Anna Sang Park

Anna Sang Park has directed several unscripted TV series and has produced programs for the BBC, PBS, TLC, Discovery, The History Channel, among others. She was the development producer on the Emmy Award-winning The Loving Story, an HBO/Augusta Films documentary directed by Nancy Buirski based on the Supreme Court case Loving vs. Virginia. Anna was also a producer of Pangea Day, a 4-hour multi-media program created for TED Conferences that was broadcast live simultaneously to 200 countries. She is currently producing a documentary series for the TCG- Theatre Communications Group in association with MOPED Productions.

Previously, Anna worked in feature film casting. She was the casting director on Rachid Bouchareb’s French art house hit Little Senegal and the associate casting director on Spike Lee’s Bamboozled. Anna began her career as an assistant to legendary casting director Mali Finn (Titanic, LA Confidential, Matrix). Born in South Korea, Anna grew up in Seoul then Philadelphia and graduated from Emerson College. She is a member of the IFP - Independent Filmmaker Project and the Producers Guild of America.


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