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ARTS EXPOSURE

Local movie returns to area

Grant County based horror film, TRUTH, part of El Paso festival

by DAVID SALCIDO


After a very successful year of screenings in theaters from Santa Fe to Buffalo, NY, Silver City-made feature film “TRUTH” will receive one final screening as part of the Local Flavor Film Series at the Eighth Annual Plaza Classic Film Festival, before being released to DVD by Borderlands Media in early November. One of only three locally-produced feature films selected from 70 submissions, “TRUTH” will receive a screening at the Philanthropy Theatre in El Paso, at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8.

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William Dean, Johnny Tabor and Sabrina Gomez are students who discover the truth really is out there when they stumble onto a secret government conspiracy in a remote hospital, in the suspense thriller TRUTH, by PRC Productions. (Courtesy Photo)

Winner of the Audience Award for Best Horror/Sci Fi Feature at the 2015 Buffalo Niagara Film Festival, “TRUTH” is a speculative thriller that entertains while at the same time offering deeper themes that explore who we really are when we lose the ability to live by deception. Shot primarily in Silver City by PRC Productions – from a script by actor/director Michael J. Cramer (Weird Science, Summer Camp Nightmare) and starring William McNamara (Dream A Little Dream, Copycat), along with New Mexico actors Johnny Tabor, Sabrina Gomez, Kenneth McGlothin, Marcelle Bowman, Jack Lutz and many more – “TRUTH” follows a diverse group of college students who fall victim to a life-threatening virus when they stumble into a top secret facility deep in the mountains of the Gila wilderness.

The Eighth Annual Plaza Classic Film Festival runs Aug. 5-16. The Philanthropy Theatre is located at 125 Pioneer Plaza in El Paso, Texas. Admission for the screening of “TRUTH” is $4. For more information, visit www.plazaclassic.com.

PRC Productions (PRC-Productions.com) is a Las Cruces-based, full-service production company formed in June of 2010. Since that time, it has produced several shorts films, award-winning documentaries and commercials and nearly 50 aired television programs. PRC Productions has produced and assisted in several feature films including “Eaters,” “Frankenstiein vs The Mummy” and Day of the Mummy” starring Danny Glover. For more details on “TRUTH,” visit www.WhatIsTheTruthMovie.com.

 





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