DARIEN — When Emmy award-winning producer Craig Dobson began working on his first and only feature-length film, there was no Netflix. There was no on-demand. There weren’t even DVDs.
The Darien-based filmmaker started work on “Kissy Cousins, Monster Babies and Morphing Elvis” with his friend, Wayne J. Keeley, back in the early ‘90s. The two shot most of the film in Norwalk in 1993 after writing it in late 1992. The film made its rounds on festival circuits for awhile where it won a few awards.