“Untitled” Military Feature Film coming to Wilmywood!

Look out Wilmywood!  Another feature film is coming our way. And it’s one of those films you can be proud to be in, too!  Yellow Footprints (working title) is a coming of age movie that rises above the war and tells an empowering story of a Female Marine who struggles at home and on the front lines in a traditionally all male Marine Infantry Unit.  The title will probably be changed before its release.

Production offices will open at the end of the month for this indie-film with folks going into production in September.

Crew members: You can begin submitting your resumes next week.  I will will be sure and give you the email address on Monday.

The leads are yet to be announced but from what I am hearing there will be auditions for multiple supporting roles here in Wilmington.  They want as many locals on the production as possible. As soon as I get more details, I will let you know.  And I would like to point out the director of the film –   Yeah, that’s our girl, Casey Mako!  Woop Woop!  Talk about empowering!

ABOUT:

“Untitled” Military Film (working title: Yellow Footprints) – SAG 
STATUS: Pre-Production, Production begins in September
PRODUCER: Nick Dash, Brian Hettrick Jr.
ASSOC. PRODUCER: Kelly Heffernan, Karla Dieseldorff, Tyler Burford
WRITER: Nick Dash, Monica Lee Bellais
DIRECTOR: Casey Mako
CAST: TBA
CREW RESUMES TO: TBA

“A coming of age movie that rises above the war and tells a story of Sara Chambers, a Female Marine, who struggles at home and on the front lines in a traditionally all male Marine Infantry Unit.”

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