From the makers of Tuckerman…
For Immediate Release
Independent Guerilla Productions
Bradley Media, LLC
Independent Guerilla, Bradley Media, and Market Street Cinema present a double feature on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011.
Tuckerman, staring Michael "Doc" Davis and Shelia Stanfield, will be shown at 7:00 PM, followed by IGP's short feature, The Devil Lives in Hot Springs. Sandwiched between the two movies, the filmmakers will hold a Q&A session and will talk briefly about their upcoming movie project, Haddie, which is being dedicated to Charles B. Pierce, creator of The Legend of Boggy Creek and The Town That Dreaded Sundown. Also in discussion will be the web series Ded V, and the multi-media project Z-Trackers. Anyone interested in independent filmmaking is encouraged to attend and participate.
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Tuckerman is a thriller about a man who learns of his first love's alleged suicide. Unable to believe the news, he decides to return to his hometown to investigate. Once there, he learns that there are secrets held in the small town, as well as forces that prefer to keep those secrets hidden. By the time he's convinced to leave, he finds that it may be too late.
The Devil Lives in Hot Springs, also a thriller, tells the story of one night in three sets of neighbors lives. Their stories begin separately, but converge by the end in unexpected ways with unexpected results.
Neither film has officially been rated, but the filmmakers suggest a strong PG13 rating for Tuckerman, and an R rating forThe Devil Lives in Hot Springs.
100% of IGP's door proceeds are being donated to Jordan Griffin.