Thursday, September 27, 2007

New Hampshire Film Premiere: "Larry's Home Video"

[Received this information of an upcoming premiere from Scott Caseley of Hudson, NH.]

Saturday, November 3 at 8 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) the WORLD PREMIERE of the solo directorial debut film from Hudson, New Hampshire native Scott R. Caseley, the psychological drama
Larry's Home Video at the Stockbridge Theatre inside the Spaulding Arts Center at Pinkerton Academy at 5 Pinkerton Street in Derry, New Hampshire.

The movie poses the following questions, at what cost are your dreams of success worth? If you believed that you were destined to be murdered, how would you live your life? Can you be able to trust the woman you love? And, why do you still hang around with that guy who's just a little off-kilter and who doesn't really know who you are? With Larry, we will meet many colorful characters, and travel to many small town locations and inside his own subconscious as he decides to face his decisions and inner demons head-on after years of letting his life just go by casually.

This production has been a solid New England project from day one. It was shot on location in southern New Hampshire including Hudson, Keene, Rindge, and also at various sites in Massachusetts including Chicopee, Worcester, North Brookfield, New Braintree, Paxton, and more. All of the actors and crew members are from or went to school in the greater New England area and were recruited through, the NH Film website and through the talents of John Campanello of It was shot by Award-Winning Rhode Island cinematographer, Christian de Rezendes. The soundtrack boasts such local performers as Dreadnaught, Tess Walsh, Sand Machine, Zox, Fluttr Effect, Dave King, Analog Method, and they are all accompanied by an orchestral style score by composer Bob Lord of Red Fez Records out of Newmarket. The final sound mix was recorded and mixed by Drake "The Drake" Giles of The Troupe in Windham, NH. The special effects were designed and executed by David Victory. And, finally the color correction was mastered by Dave Langley of Durham's TeamHill Studios.

The filmmakers, selected cast, and crew members will be present to take questions after the screening.

Due to the subject matter and some strong language, this screening is for mature audiences only. No alcohol or tobacco products may be brought to the screening. Parking will be designated for the event. Admittance to the premiere is free, however donations towards film and video festivals are gladly accepted.

Please include your MAILING ADDRESS in an email to, and include the words "LHV MOVIE PREMIERE" in the subject line. Your name will be put on the guest list and receive a special pass to the event via snail mail.
You can also send emails to to find out any further information about the film and/or the premiere itself.