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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Shooting Stars (reminder) Filming in October!

Hello! I am Rhett Lynch. I am grateful and excited to introduce you to the short film, "Shooting Stars." Shooting Stars is the story of a young Native man who reconnects with his heritage in the most unlikely place, a junkyard. I wrote this piece reflecting on my life's experiences. I can't wait to bring this film to life for you!
The trailer "Edgar's Journey," is from a short film I wrote a few years ago. It was the second time I had the pleasure of working with my Emmy award winning mentor, Thom Eberhardt. Thom directed Naked Fear (I played the role of Jack), Captain Ron, and Gross Anatomy among many other films. I am thankful Thom has agreed to share his expertise and mentor-ship with us on the making of Shooting Stars. We are speaking with a two time Grammy award winner, who will write the score and star in Shooting Stars. Not only is he a gifted musician, he is also a talented actor recently appearing in a made-for-television movie. We can't print his name just yet because we don't have a deal, we can't make a deal without you jumping into the project by donating today!

The Shooting Stars DVD is more than a short film; it is a whole package.
•The short film "Shooting Stars"
•The documentary "The Making of Shooting Stars"
•The original soundtrack performed by (Can't say his name just yet!)
•The music video of (??????) and his band!
You must get involved for all four of these events to be included on the disk!.

Shooting Stars will be filmed in New Mexico in October.

Also check out Youtube!

I'm Associate Producer on this project! Support this film and click on the link..Thank you!!....Trace (more posts coming the end of July)

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