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COM Dept Hosts Local Films in Friday Night Double Feature

 

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SUNY BROOME COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT HOSTS LOCAL FILMMAKERS’ WORKS IN A FRIDAY NIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE MARCH 31ST

 

     BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — The SUNY Broome Department of Communications will host screenings of two feature length movies produced by local filmmakers Christopher Keeler, Doug Bush and Theodore Nappi .

     The two films, THE TRAFFICKERS and HOUSE ON GHOST HILL ROAD, will be shown Friday, March 31 in Titchener Hall, Room T-102, on the SUNY Broome campus. Co-sponsored by the college’s Communications-Media Arts Department and the Southern Tier Independent Filmmakers Society, the double-featuring event is open to students and the general public with FREE ADMISSION.

     Doors open at 5:30PM with THE TRAFFICKERS beginning at 6PM. After a brief

intermission, HOUSE ON GHOST HILL ROAD will start at 8PM.

     At the conclusion of the second feature the filmmakers will be available for a Q&A with the audience. The Communications Club will be selling concessions.

     Parking will be provided in Lot #18 behind the BCC Library.

 

     THE TRAFFICKERS, a crime thriller, is the first feature film produced by Chenango

Entertainment and Sweet Stone Productions and was made on a budget of only $7,000.

Written and directed by Christopher Keeler and co-produced with Jacqueline Sissenstein,

     THE TRAFFICKERS’story centers around private detective Stuart Tyrrell who, on behalf of his client Lynn Harrington, investigates the murder of Teri, Lynn’s identical twin sister. Tyrrell is soon embroiled in a life and death battle of wits with an international gang of human organ smugglers, a gang that will not stop at kidnapping or murder.

     When Tyrrell’s young client is kidnapped to become an unwilling organ donor, the detective must use all of his investigative talents to save Lynn’s life before she can be whisked out of the country to certain death.

     THE TRAFFICKERS was filmed on location in Binghamton, Johnson City, Endicott and Endwell and features a talented cast of local actors and crew members.

     The co-producers are in preproduction for their next movie, the neo-noir thriller, THE DARK WEB.

 

     HOUSE ON GHOST HILL ROAD is the tale of Jason Fury and his team of Paranormal

Investigators as they go to the mysterious House on Ghost Hill Road in search of adventure and

answers to his own tragic past. As the house's history is revealed, Jason and his team find a

malevolent Lovecraftian evil more horrific than they could have ever imagined and find out his

family’s unbreakable ties to the house.

     HOUSE ON GHOST HILL ROAD is the second independent, feature length horror film produced in the Upstate New York region of Broome and Chenango Counties by iamhorror.com films .     The film was recently a feature selection in its film festival debut at the 2016 Buffalo Dreams Film Festival. This original horror film was once again written and produced by Doug Bush with collaborating partner Theodore Nappi returning to his director, producer roll. House on Ghost Hill Road also reunited much of the creative team that was behind their first multiple film festival award winning film, Demon Messenger. It features an ensemble cast that includes all local actors, including long time Binghamton area performers Andy Horowitz and Tony Yajko.

 

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