Monday, August 27, 2007

"Common Threads" to premiere Sept. 15

[Received this press release from NH-based Shadow Lane Productions regarding the upcoming premiere of their new documentary, "Common Threads".]

New Hampshire
-based company, Shadow Lane Productions, teams up with In the Safe Place Seminars to present Common Threads.

Common Threads is a feature-length documentary of healing, overcoming obstacles, and understanding the long-term effects of abuse. It‘s based on the book Common Threads written by Connie Roblliard and Marcel Duclos, both whom have experienced, like so many, the lasting effects of childhood trauma.

The documentary premieres at Southern New Hampshire University in Robert Frost Hall on Saturday, September 15th at 7 p.m. The filmmakers and authors will be in attendance.

Amber Ward, director, graduated from the Visual Communications Program in Alberta, Canada as well as the Vancouver Film School in British Columbia. This is Ward’s first feature-length documentary.

Connie Robillard earned her Master’s Degree from Rivier College and has received advanced training in Internal Family Systems Therapy, EMDR and Experiential forms of psychotherapy.

Marcel Duclos brings his study of Pastoral Psychotherapy, Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy, Core Energetic Evolutionary Therapy, EMDR and Internal Family Systems Therapy to his psychotherapy practice and to his life.

Presale tickets can be purchased for $10 at www.eventidecounseling.com, or at the door for $12. Visit www.shadowlaneproductions.com to view the trailer.