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Teaser Trailer for Surviving Confession

The teaser trailer for Surviving Confession is here, and the full trailer is coming soon! I can’t wait to show everyone the feature when it comes out! From the Surviving Confession facebook page:

It’s finally arrived! Enjoy the first public footage from our film in our Teaser Trailer.

Thanks for helping us get to 200 likes and if you enjoy the teaser, make sure to share it with your friends. We’ll release the full trailer sometime in the near future and continually update our Facebook page for more information about release dates and where you can watch our film.

Ladylike is an Official Selection of the GRFF!

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Ladylike, a short film I produced and starred in last year, is an official selection of the Grand Rapids Feminist Film Festival, which will screen in my home town! The film festival is “a free one-day celebration dedicated to elevating voices and showcasing talent from historically underrepresented groups in mainstream media.”

The film is about how three women deal with six different decades, and how women can persevere through any social change with grace. See more about the film and watch hilarious bloopers at Daisylight Productions.

Screening info:

A SHOWING OF FEMINIST SHORT FILMS

Sunday, October 23, 2016
Wealthy Theatre in Grand Rapids, MI

Seed&Spark for This is Us

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The director and producer of a film I recently shot, This is Us, has released a Seed&Spark page to raise funds for post production. Please hit the “Follow” button on the page! More about the film below:

About The Project
A young woman breaks things off with her boyfriend but finds out the universe has other plans. Desperate to move on, she is forced to literally relive the memories they’ve shared together. Pin-balling through time and space, she attempts to rewrite their shared history in hopes that she can find the man with whom she first fell in love.

This project came out of a place of wanting to see a relationship from both perspectives. Whose really at fault when love comes to an end, if you could go back and change something would you?

Up to this point we have funded the film completely out of our pockets to show that we believe in what we are creating. As festival deadlines get closer we are looking for a little bit of help to make these deadlines happen. Please see our incentives and other projects that we have created. If you enjoy the project but can’t contribute at this moment please like this project because it helps us prove to distributors that people are interestd.

We are very excited to share this story with you and hope you can join the journey with us. Have a great day and thank you for supporting or sharing this project.

Jerry J White III

Director/Producer of “This Is Us”

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