The Work and the Story
Produced by Miriam Smith, Nathan Smith Jones, Emily Pearson
Directed by Nathan Smith Jones
Screenplay by Nathan Smith Jones
Screenplay by Richard Dutcher
Screenplay by Dan Merkley
Premiere Date: September 2003
Length: 77 min.
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Significant Mormon Elements
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"It is July, 2000. Richard Dutcher, who founded LDS Cinema with the success of his film 'God's Army' is missing and presumed dead. Who will take his place? Peter Beuhmann, an egotistical local filmmaker, is determinied to make his own feature film to be crowned the next 'Mormon Spielberg'. But he has competition. Judy is a filmmaker/house wife whose biblical epics are distinguished only for their bad choreography. Kevin struggles with maternal disapproval, financing woes and the fact that his films are just 10 seconds long...."--Container.
Large egos, big dreams, small budgets.
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HBLL Call No: DVDMM 221
Cast Members: Nathan Smith Jones, Richard Dutcher, Kirby Heyborne, Dan Merkley, Jennifer Hoskins, Eric Artell, Lincoln Hoppe
Film Editor: John Neal Crossman
Cinematographer: Tristan Whitman
Total Queries: 16. Total Execution Time: 0.012 sec.
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