Local Filmmaker Debuts His New Movie While Helping Raise Funds for a Duluth Denfeld Group
Forrest Peterson is a Duluth native who became inspired to make a movie after seeing the film Paranormal Activity, a low budget thriller that made millions of dollars.
Cooper and I were able to interview Forrest and his story is pretty interesting, giving us an inside look at how a movie is made and how long it can take from start to finish. In his case 3 1/2 years. The movie is called "In The Still Of The Night" and the premise of the film is, a speech team is on a road trip in a bus when they break down and mysterious things begin to happen. Fear of the unseen.
Forrest and his crew will be holding a world premiere of his movie this Saturday May 2nd at 6:30pm at Denfeld High School Auditorium. Tickets are only $5.00 along with a raffle and silent auction to raise money for the Denfeld Speech team.
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