The filmmakers behind 2022’s “PPP Loan Gone” have produced a new indie movie about how one decision can cost you your future and the ones you love most. 

‘Buy Her,” set for release Nov. 9 at the Warren Regal Theatre, will be Bray Films 6th feature film, and directly takes on the question “What are you willing to do for the ones you love?”

 “Buy Her” will premiere Thurs., Nov. 9 at the Warren Regal Theater.
“Buy Her” will premiere Thurs., Nov. 9 at the Warren Regal Theater.

The movie follows the life of Anthony, played by local actor Titus Hayden, and Delilah, played by Ari Williams, who are high school sweethearts with a promising future together. Anthony is struggling to climb through the ranks of boxing, and is given an opportunity to make some serious cash, but it may cost him the thing he cares about the most. 

Through a blend of stunning cinematography and powerful storytelling, Bray Films dives deep into what or who we are willing to sacrifice in the pursuit of money. 

“We wanted to make a film we knew would resonate with our audience,” said Devon Bray Jr, an executive producer for “Buy Her.”  “ We paid close attention to Facebook groups, comments and reviews and we used that to help develop the story behind Buy Her.” 

Bray Films has become a staple within Wichita’s indie filmmaking community and nationwide following the success of their recent films “Unsurety” and “PPP Loan Gone.” Bray Jr says they credit this to research, consistency, and their commitment to showcasing local talent. 

The cast and crew behind “Buy Her.”  including actors, extras, and production staff primarily drawn from the Wichita community.  Bray Jr says this not only adds authenticity to the film but also highlights the wealth of talent that exists right here in Wichita. 

“Our Wichita audience has always been our main source of inspiration,” Bray Jr. said. “ We have so much talent right here in the city and we want to use our platform to showcase them. 

In celebration of the “Buy Her” release, there will be a special premiere event at the Warren Regal Theatre on Thurs.,Nov. 9,  7 p.m. To purchase tickets, send your $20 payment via PayPal at or cash app $Bray9, and leave the email you would like your ticket sent to in the notes section. No tickets will be sold at the door  and seating is very limited

In addition to the screening, attendees will hear from Devon Bray Sr, the film’s director, and light snacks and refreshments will be served.. After the screening, there will be a reception where attendees can meet the cast and crew