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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Call for Extras, Food, Wardrobe, Props: "Snowflake" teaser shoot, 4/25 in Worcester, MA

"SNOWFLAKE" TEAM SHOOTING TRAILER AT WORCESTER NIGHTCLUB

WORCESTER – The local team behind the upcoming feature film "Snowflake" will be generating interest in the production by shooting an advance "teaser" trailer at a Worcester nightclub on Saturday, April 25th.

The location for the two-day shoot is Worcester’s premier nightspot, Mansion House, situated above the Irish Times Pub at 244 Main Street. Formerly REHAB, which won "best nightclub" honors three years running, the club has been given a complete overhaul with a state-of-the-art vibe that immediately appealed to the film’s producers, Goldilocks Productions.

Among the local filmmakers behind "Snowflake" are producers Kristen Lucas and Amy Devlin of Goldilocks Productions, Dan Rosario of The Affected Program and owner of 256 Media, and music supervisor Keith "Klep" Napier. Katherine "Kat" Slatery, the accomplished break-dancer and actress playing the title role, will be flying up from her home base in Atlanta to film the trailer.

To fill Mansion House with actors and extras for the shoot, the filmmakers will be reaching out to local residents as well as the online film community via OurFilmSpace.com. The one-and-half-minute teaser will be used as part of a campaign promoting the project on the www.snowflake-movie.com website as well as virally on the Internet. Goldilocks Productions will debut the teaser trailer at a film festival this June in Miami.

As she did with previous Goldilocks productions such as the locally-produced short film "Third Date," Lucas is enlisting area businesses and investors interested in independent film and helping "Snowflake" come to the screen. In addition to the use of Mansion House, for example, Colonel Boothe, co-owner of Muncheez Pizza (www.muncheezpizzeria.com) in Tatnuck Square, is donating food for the cast and crew and the Boston fashion design company, Bless by Bless Couture (www.blessbybless.com), is donating wardrobe to the project that will be featured in the teaser trailer. The production is looking for support from other local businesses for food, wardrobe, props, and any other items that would come in handy over the two-day shoot.

For more information on "Snowflake" please contact the producer, Kristen Lucas, at kristen@snowflake-movie.com.

This is not an RIFC Production

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