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Hello cast, crew, media and friends,
It's time for the first Denver screening of the new local independent film "Andover High."
This is a drama about Alex, who is an inner city Hispanic teenager. He is a senior in high school, and is living a diverse life in the big city. But when his father can't find work, they are forced to move to Andover, Kansas. It's a small, rural, all-white farming community. Alex has to learn how to fit in, make new friends, and most importantly, graduate.
"Andover High" was filmed entirely in Colorado, using an all Colorado cast and crew. While most of the film was shot in Bennett, Colorado and surrounding communities, it also shows popular locations in Denver like East High School. The film was written and directed by Ken Mostek and stars Eddie Orozco and Stacey Cooper Ryan. (Ken Mostek is a news photojournalist at KUSA-TV in Denver).
The movie will be shown on Thursday, December 16, 2010 at the Oriental Theater at 44th and Tennyson in northwest Denver. Doors open at 6:30pm and the movie will start at 7pm. Tickets are $10 per person, and DVDs will be available for sale for $15/each. The event is open to the public. We expect it to sell out, so show up early to make sure you get a seat!
Media: if you are interested, I can get you a copy of the film, or access to the trailer. Please let me know.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 303-548-9044.
writer/director Andover High
Wow Ken, I was really hoping to see this, but it's the same night as the monthly Emerging Filmmakers Project screening.
Good luck, and please let us know if it is screening again.