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Pre-release Screening of MEGAN IS MISSING to benefit the KlaasKids FoundationSaturday, June 19, 2010, 6:00 to 9:30 pm
French Institute Alliance Française / Florence Gould Hall Theater
55 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022
"Megan is Missing" is a fictional drama based on actual events, about two teenage girls who encounter an internet predator. In this three-hour event, Michael Goi, ASC, who wrote and directed the feature film, “Megan is Missing,” will talk about how to accomplish a feature film using limited resources and a small crew, how to shoot from the POV of the various mobile, computer and web-based cameras, and how he wrote the script entirely based on real occurrences, as well as aesthetic choices to be made for a film that raises awareness.
The movie MEGAN IS MISSING is suitable for viewers ages 18 and older.
"Megan Is Missing is a powerful, important film that deserves both attention and discussion. It should serve as a wake-up call for parents everywhere."
What You Will Learn:
Beyond The Cinema
"I was unswerving in my resolve that incidences of violence in the movie would be depicted as realistically as possible, that nothing would be given the 'Hollywood treatment' by being artistically glossed over."
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