Filming begins in Albany

Aug 1, 2008 Full story: Albany Democrat-Herald

The late nights and early mornings are getting more frequent and intense as filming starts on the movie "Extremely Used Cars: There Is No Hope," directed by Mark Donnell of Albany.

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Craig Richards

Bend, OR

#1 Aug 11, 2008
The comedy feature film "Extremely Used Cars: There Is No Hope" just wrapped principle photography Friday evening, August 8, 2008, was directed by Craig Richards and the screenplay was by Mark Donnell. It starred Mark Donnell, Aaron Kissinger and Ian Reed Kesler. We shot 108 pages in 12 days, the source of its intense schedule with 18-hour days being quite routine.

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