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in Filmmaking
on May 5, 2011

From an email from director, actress and producer Amy Seimetz:

I am making my next feature– Sun Don’t Shine. I have started a ChipIn site for it. 10% of the funds raised will be donated to a shelter for abused women and children in Florida, which I volunteered at in high school. Feel free to donate what you can or pass it along.

You can read more about the film and donate here.

…And yes– our donation to the shelter is a hint to the plot.

Here’s more from the film’s website, which contains a blog with updates on the production.

A feature film directed by Amy Seimetz starring Kate Sheil and Kentucker Audley. The plot is top secret, but in a nutshell, it’s about two people on the road in Florida doing very bad things. Shot on Super 16mm, the film is inspired by “Two-Lane Blacktop”, “Deliverance”, “Woman Under the Influence” and reoccurring nightmares.

Amy’s super talented, and the film is produced by Adele Romanski, Kim Sherman, Andrew Hevia, and Mark Reeb. (Readers will know Romanski from her interview in the current issue.) Visit their website and consider supporting the project.

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