FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Stratford native and independent filmmaker Louis Spetrino is set to release his locally produced High School Drama Incomplete on November 7th, 2014 at Flood Middle School in Stratford.
Incomplete was filmed at Stratford High School, and stars current and former students from Bunnell and Stratford High. Incomplete was filmed last summer and is now ready to be screened.
Incomplete is about a video production teacher who devises a plan to get famous by creating a high school based "found footage" docudrama. Six students, with varying degrees of drama between them are selected to take part in the video project. They are unaware of the hidden cameras that have been placed in the room. What the hidden cameras capture changes all of their lives.
Spetrino, a Bunnell High School alum, was very excited to work with students from Stratford. “Since this is a high school based film, I thought it would be a great opportunity to involve the local students in the filmmaking process. People are going to be blown away by their performances. I couldn’t be more proud of them or the work that they did.” Said Spetrino.
All screenings, including the premiere are open to the public. Tickets are available now. Screenings will take place at Flood Middle School in Stratford, November 7 & November 8. Both screenings start at 7:00PM
The target audience is high school aged kids and teachers, but Spetrino feels the film has a much broader appeal. “Incomplete takes place in High School, but the themes of loss, feeling alone, inadequacy, not appreciating what you have and where you are, and even bullying, are issues that people of any age can relate to.”
“With this being an entirely Stratford based production, we are hoping for a large turn out of the Stratford community, not just those with kids in one of the schools.
Spetrino is planning to travel to other high schools in the area to screen the film as well. “I’d like to go into different schools and talk about the movie, and then hold screenings at varying schools all around CT. If you are interested in hosting a screening, please contact Louis at email@example.com
He hopes to continue this effort in what he’s billing as the CT Film Project. “I would love to be able to keep this project going and expand it into other towns to give more kids the opportunity to work on a movie and to help it go from script to screen.”
Please contact Spetrino Pictures, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org Or at (203) 283-4238
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