Film shot in Shoreline almost ready for film festivals

Monday, January 9, 2017

The Shoreline film community is currently finishing up work on the short film, “Legacy”.

This film was shot completely in Shoreline at a resident’s home and at Jersey’s Great Food and Spirits. The crew is led by Shoreline residents and primarily made up of Shoreline Community College students, alumni, and faculty.

The Director, Kira Sipler, Director of Photography and Editor George Watt, and Writer / Producer Elaine Douglas are all long-time Shoreline residents.

Tony Doupé, SCC Film Department instructor, is the Executive Producer.

“Legacy” is about Charlie, an idealistic young woman, and Lee, her devoted father, who have to come to terms with some hidden truths when Charlie decides to enlist in the Marines.

They are in the final days of a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo and are close to reaching their goal. They would love support from Shoreline residents.

Keep up to date on the progress of “Legacy” by following it on the IndieGoGo site or on Facebook

See the trailer here.

They expect to start submitting it to film festivals, including SIFF, in the next few weeks.

Shoreline has a budding film industry, centered around Tony Doupé's drama program at Shoreline Community College.


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