Recently in North Carolina Category
" The whole thing revolves around Christine, not because she's the director but because without her it wouldn;t happen. Every film needs someone who organizes everything and that's her. She hates it but it has to be done." Bill Mulligan - Co-writer: Fix It In Post
Check out the trailer below and the interview we had with some of the cast and crew.
Young Artist Award (Photo credit: Crakker Jakk)
Worldly Possessions is a new film written by Brad Hord and being directed by Robert Filion.|
This is the second time this pair has worked together. Previously they made a film call Mosaic 33 which is a science fiction tale of a woman who decides to reveal information to a reporter about what is going on in the Mosaic lab she works in. It has been doing very well on the film festival circuit.
Shelby, North Carolina and the surrounding area has been chosen as the city to film Worldly Possessions in and one of the locations picked was also used in the movie Hunger Games.
"I am very proud to be the Executive Producer on Brad's new vision! The cast is brilliant and Director Robert W. Filion is at the top of his game! I put my money on the best... and these guys are rocking it! Worldly Possessions is a Win Win!" - Darren Conrad Executive Producer
The southeast continues to turn out more and better independent films as each year goes by. One of them is the upcoming Curfew directed by Richard Clark, Jr. starring Candace Blanchard and Thomas L. Beck.
In this film Candace plays a cool and collected woman who decides she wants a promotion and is willing to go the extra mile to get it by seducing her boss. Things don't go as planned though and a night at the office turns ugly.
"Candace is crazy talanted. She dives head first into roles and doesn't look back. And the end product shows it." - Richard Clark, Jr. Director of Curfew
Land of Oz (Photo credit: _rockinfree)
Photo Credit: Magen Marie Photography
One of Tweetsie Railroad's two steam locomotives, 2-8-2 #190, on May 20th, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)