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As you can see we have a brand new layout. Everything should be up and running now. I have changed the news system and I added the last of the old updates early this morning.
I have a few updates coming within the next week. I would have added some of the earlier but as I said the the previous post I have been busy with my personal life. I also found out that I had to switch servers so I spent the better part of last week transfering my websites. I’m not finished yet but Seamus’ site is fully up and running on the new server.
During the period April 10th to April 14th Seamus attended the Northern Borders premiere tour. I have added two pictures from the opening night to the gallery.
Jay Craven, the director of Northern Borders, has posted an exciting new update about the film on Kickstarter. The project is still in post-production but it’s close to being finished. Though the film is still looking for additional funding to cover the post-production costs.
A series of premiere dates have been set for Northern Borders. The film will show at several collages during April..
Wednesday, April 10 – Latchis Theater, Brattleboro
Thursday, April 11 – Bellows Falls Opera House
Friday, April 12 – Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier, VT
Saturday, April 13 -Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center, Burlington
Sunday, April 14 -ASAC 100, Lyndon State College
Seamus will attend all screenings along with writer Howard Mosher, and other special guests.
During Spring there will be two additional fund raising events if you’d like to attend..
Rosanne Cash in concert – Friday, March 8th at Latchis Theater, Brattleboro.
Soul singer Bettye LaVette – Saturday, April 20 at the Bellows Falls Opera House.
As well as the premiere dates listed above. Please help spread the word!
If you’d like to attend any event tickets are available at KingdomCounty.org or by calling 802-748-2600 ext. 2. Or by emailing Jay Craven directly.
Northern Borders has met their Kickstarter goal. They are very grateful for everyone who has pledge. I'm very much looking forward to see the progress on this project and I look forward to hear more news in the coming months.
Northern Borders have a new Kickstarter page. The previous page will be voided. They are currently working toward a more modest goal of $12,800 – that will fully fund the picture editing stage of the post-production. Any help given will benefit the film.
Check out Northern Bordersofficial site. It’s full of new material. Also, please visit Northern BordersKickstarter page. I’m a backer. If you want to help out too, please take a look, Kickstarter.
Our kickstarter campaign has officially been launched! Thank you to everyone who has supported us thus far, we couldn’t have done it without you. To those who would like to continue to support our project, or who are just coming onboard, check out our Kickstarter page to see what you can do to help Northern Borders get finished and onto the screen! All levels of support are welcome and appreciated!
I’ve uploaded three new behind the scenes photos as well as new production stills from Northern Borders. The production stills are a sneak peak at the ‘Schoolhouse scene’.
In early spring of this year Seamus was in Vermont shooting an independent film named Northern Borders. The film is directed by Jay Craven and stars Bruce Dern, Genevieve Bujold, Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick, Jessica Hecht and Jacqueline Hennessey. Seamus plays Austen Kittredge III, whom the film centers about.
Northern Borders tells the story of a young city boy sent by his father to live on his grandparents’ farm in Kingdom County, Vermont, where he experiences wild adventures and uncovers long-festering family secrets. It’s 1956 and the farm becomes a magical place for Austen Kittredge, full of eccentric people — like his rascal cousin and stubborn but loving grandparents, whose thorny marriage is known as the Forty Years War. A humorous and sometimes startling coming-of-age story, Northern Borders evokes the Northeast Kingdom’s startling wilderness, its sublime beauty, and its aura of enchantment. In a New York Times Book Review, Fannie Flagg called Mosher’s novel, “A touching and unforgettable portrait of a people and time.”
Check out the official website for more information about the film and production. I’ve added production stills and behind the scenes pictures of Seamus from Northern Borders to the gallery. Go check them out.