[Submitted by Ti Alan Chase at Laurelin Films.]
CONCORD, NH - At the closing ceremonies of the S.N.O.B. (Somewhat North of Boston) Film Festival in Concord earlier this month, festival judges awarded locally produced film Sharp Dressed Men with the prize for Best Feature Film.
Sharp Dressed Men is a comedy about three brothers trying desperately to pull themselves together (both physically and emotionally) on the morning of their parents' wedding.
The award-winning picture was produced by Laurelin Films, an independent film production company based in Portsmouth, NH. It was shot on digital video in Portsmouth and Barrington, NH in October 2005.
Ti Alan Chase, the film's producer and director, is a resident of Portsmouth.
Laurelin Films is currently in post-production on Stricken, it's first feature shot in high definition. Stricken, which was written and directed by Ti Alan Chase, is a gothic drama about the effects of various types of affliction. It is not a vampire movie.
Stricken was shot in Massachusetts and in Portsmouth, NH.