Thursday, April 3, 2014

Montgomery-based "Death to the World" film premiere slated for Saturday

  In February 2013, we highlighted a film project that was getting underway in Montgomery that features Capital City Free Press managing editor Josh Carples as an actor. We talked about the fundraiser here and interviewed director Shane Gillis here.

    The film, "Death to the World," is now complete, and the company behind it, Foolish Henry Films, is having a screening this Saturday in Montgomery at the Capri Theatre. The one-time showing starts at 9:15 p.m. and standard Capri ticket prices apply.

  The film’s synopsis says, "Since Nick’s arrival, Weston has been plagued by fear and murder. The unprepared police force has proven to be an asset to Nick, and the small town has become a safe haven for his dark deeds. Nick’s life begins to unravel, however, as new relationships threaten to reveal his secret – a secret he has killed to protect. But he soon discovers that he is not the only one with secrets...."

  "This has been a very fun project to be a part of," said Carples, who also serves as director of Public Relations for Foolish Henry Films. "The cast and crew have been a pleasure to work with, and I hope that people enjoy the finished product."

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