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A Host of Sparrows Nearing End of Principal Photography

Principal photography on A Host of Sparrows is nearing the end. Day 13 is in the can, which leaves only 6 more shooting days before we wrap principal photography and move into post-production. moncler doccasion ebay Cast and crew continue to work seamlessly together and we are excited about the prospects for the film.
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Third Child Productions in Pre-Production on A Host of Sparrows

Third Child Productions is in pre-production on A Host of Sparrows. The film will be a Third Child Productions/Open Keg Film Project and is expected to begin filming in spring or early summer.

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Ghosting Wins at Flagler Film Festival

Ghosting picked up two awards at the 2016 Flagler Film Festival: Best Horror-Thriller and Best Director (Horror/Thriller).

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Ghosting Wins at World Music and Independent Film Festival

Ghosting picked up a Best Cinematography Award for Edwin Koester and a Best Director Award for Kevin Alexander Boon at the recent WMIFF.

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10 Free or Cheap Ways to Support Micro-Budget Independent Film

Welcome to the burgeoning world of the micro-budget independent filmmaker, where the budget is often determined by the amount of room left on a credit card, the production schedule must accommodate everyone’s day job, and the odds of anyone ever seeing a profit approximate the odds of winning the lottery.

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