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Hartselle native releases film

An original film by Hartselle native Lee Fanning is making its debut Nov.11.
“A Genesis Found,” is making its debut at the University of Alabama in Huntsville Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. The movie, which includes scenes shot in Hartselle, will be shown at the Louis Simon Library, Room 111. The screening is free.
A Genesis Found deals with the purported discovery of an anomalous skeleton at the Moundville archaeological site, a metropolis of prehistoric North America.
The screening is part of a campus tour of the film that is traveling all across the southeast starting in the fall and leading into April 2011.
“The industry is definitely growing in the South so there’s already support for making films here,” Fanning said. “What we hope to encourage, though, is the perspective that films can be more than just a product of an “industry”; each is a carefully constructed expression, and as such are colored by where they are made.”
Fanning’s also covering his experiences touring the film on his informal “travelblog”, Son of- Arkie-(http-://sonofarkie.com).
Seating is limited and the first 50 in the door will receive a free promotional DVD including clips, trailers and featurettes..

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