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.
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