Locally produced, low-budget film 'Th...

Locally produced, low-budget film 'The Eighteenth Hour' premieres at MIFF

There are 2 comments on the Kennebec Journal story from Jul 16, 2012, titled Locally produced, low-budget film 'The Eighteenth Hour' premieres at MIFF. In it, Kennebec Journal reports that:

On Wednesday, two local filmmakers will premiere their first feature film "The Eighteenth Hour" during the Maine International Film Festival.

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“Jody”

Since: Apr 09

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#1 Jul 17, 2012
1,200 dollars, not bad,... three years to produce, pretty bad.

I'd sure watch it, given the chance.
John

Naperville, IL

#2 Sep 4, 2012
off the trail wrote:
1,200 dollars, not bad,... three years to produce, pretty bad.
I'd sure watch it, given the chance.
If you don't have money it takes a lot longer to do anything.

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