Local Filmmakers Feature Film "Down And Yonder" In Chattanooga

Monday, December 29, 2014

Cindicate Productions has filmed all of their short films in and around the Chattanooga area and has recently completed another short film called "Phantom Marks" that the company is hoping will go on a festival run starting at the Chattanooga Film Festival. Last year their short film "The Future West" debuted there. 

Cindicate Productions will start an indiegogo campaign on Feb. 2 with their feature film "Down And Yonder" that will be filming in Chattanooga and surrounding areas and using local Chattanooga talent starting July 25.  They are hoping to raise $30,000 for the film. 

For more information visit http://www.cindicateproductions.com/.  


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