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Georgia Southwestern State feature film ‘Which Way There’ screening set


With the film industry in Georgia hotter than ever, the screening of Georgia Southwestern State University’s first feature film could not come at a better time. “Which Way There” will be screened at the Rylander Theater in Americus on April 14 at 7:30 p.m.

The screening is a free event, and the public is invited. The GSW Department of Theater, Communication and Media Arts will, however, accept donations at the door.

“This production is a great example of not only the work of our faculty and students but also a demonstration of collaboration between the university and the community in support of the burgeoning film industry in the state,” said GSW interim President Charles Patterson.

The film – completed in 2016 – was directed by Joey Watson, a Theater, Communication and Media Arts department assistant professor at Georgia Southwestern. The lead role is played by Natalie Donner, an Atlanta-based actress. Joanna Miller, a writer from Los Angeles, co-wrote the screenplay with Watson. Both Donner and Miller are former students of Watson’s.

See more at The Albany Herald.


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