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If you follow horror movie news you've undoubtedly run into news about Haven's End, most likely from its inclusion of genre fav Hannah Fierman. Haven's End is the new film from our previous guest Michael H. Harper, so we brought him and director Chris Ethridge to discuss making the movie and their future plans!
Turns out Chris and Michael have been working together for quite some time, last seen with the Nicholas Brendon vehicle Attack of the Morningside Monster. We discuss their history as well as the Atlanta film community as a whole as well as Michael's trip to the March for Women in D.C.!
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ANNOUNCEMENTS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE
Film Bar Monday tonight (01/30) is the mythical 5th Monday and will take place at the Dark Horse Tavern. Next week (2/6) we start back over at The Independent. Check http://filmbarmondays.com for all dates and locations!
Also this week: Molly and Chuck will be speaking at the February Atlanta Black List Happy Hour this Wednesday (2/1). Come listen to us blab and meet other ATL screenwriters!
Make sure to check out the great local project "The Red Cape" - a short drama from local producer Brendon Murphy. A young black boy and his father struggle to survive the 1898 Wilmington Race Riot - the only proven violent overthrow of a government in US History. Follow the project at facebook.com/RedCapeMovie!
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Produced by Zombie Cat Productions, Atlanta Film Chat is a podcast dedicated to going behind the scenes with the talented & hardworking folks in the Atlanta film community. Look for us and subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, & Roku!