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home : columnists : dick munro April 16, 2014

Did you hear about the Hoosier film . . .
If you read the Feb. 9 edition of the Indianapolis Star you may have noticed it. If not let me summarize. On the front page of the "Metro" section was their feature item that took up half the page titled "A THOUROUGHLY HOOSIER FILM".

The story went on to point out that 5 (yes f-i-v-e) native Hoosiers were heavily involved in making a movie and "Much of the film was shot in Los Angeles, but the crew spent three days (yes T-H-R-E-E D-A-Y-S) in June shooting key outdoor scenes in (Indianapolis).

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Montgomery County Movie started with a title
Sunday will mark exactly one year and three months (11/16/2012) since Philip Demoret and I decided to set our other projects aside and join forces to make a motion picture from an idea I thought of one day for the title of a book. At that point all I had was a TITLE . . . two words . . . and not even a clue for a story.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Getting ready to film again
Now that the last weeks have proven beyond a doubt "global warming" is not a myth, spring must be just around the corner. So it's time for our Montgomery County Movie to prepare for our next big filming push. In doing so there are a few medium and several small acting roles yet to be filled. If you have previously auditioned and have NOT yet been assigned a part let me know via the contacts below. Likewise if you have NOT auditioned and would like to make an appearance in our movie contact me now.
Friday, February 7, 2014

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