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Sunday, 4 March 2012

Green-light This: Promoted Projects: Mar. 4, 2012

The Seeing Place Theater presents “Three Sisters” March 9-25, 2012 in NYC: A young, vibrant theater company in NYC is opening an exciting production of “Three Sisters”. They're doing something risky, using Brian Friel's more comedic script (an Irish adaptation of the Chekhov classic).

The Seeing Place, an ensemble theater company run by actors, is known for daring, intimate work. Their slogan is "Voyeurism simplified". For tickets, visit The Seeing Place Theater

The Scapegoat (a film by Cathy Beasley): Aurelio, Sonia, and Trevor are three jewel thieves who are stuck in Venice, Italy after a heist goes terribly wrong.  They won't all make it out of this one.  One of them is going to have to take the blame for this while the other two escape.  But really what criminal is going to do that? Currently crowd-funding to cover shooting in Italy. The Scapegoat Film on Kickstarter

Only Human – Short Film by Spencer Barrett (UK): Katy is your average student, likes hanging with her friends and spending endless hours on Facebook. Her mum is not your average mum though she is a member of parliament, which on any other day might not matter, but this particular day it changes her life completely.  

Katy goes about her day as usual, but within minutes of her day at school she is kidnapped by terrorists along with the rest of her class and taken to an abandoned Ministry Of Defence Facility where she is used as a bargaining chip for the release of POW's. Though she begins to feel sternly towards one of her captors Rafiq, she quickly falls victim to Stockholm Syndrome.

Now it is up to Sergeant Henderson and his Squad of highly trained SAS soldiers to rescue her...if she wants to be rescued! Spencer Barrett Films 

Jedi Camp: This is a 6-episode Star Wars Fan Film, dealing with the very real topic of bullying. It stars Camden Toy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Leah Cevoli, with a cast of very talented 6-12 year-olds.  

The series follows a group of young "Star Wars" fans, who embark on an adventure filled summer at the first ever sleep-away camp for Jedi. Throughout their summer, they'll learn the ways of the Force and be tested by the Dark Side. When the youngest camper, Lucas discovers he has the Power of the Force, it enables him to conquer his fears and defeat his bully. Currently crowd-funding to cover location and other production costs Jedi Camp Main Page


  1. Thank you so much, Casey, for everything you do for our community!

  2. Anytime! Happy to help, Erica. As the French Canadians would say "Merde" with the premiere performance on Friday :)