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|Scooped by Raj Kosaraju|
Avery Collins must find in herself the strength to hold together the family who has accepted her, while combating the rising trepidation of her love never returning home. Meanwhile, James Wright, brother to Alan, is forced to find himself in the world without his exemplar, and discover how to accept love of his own.
THROUGH THE NEVER blends traditional narrative with impressionistic montages, all the while fusing elements of Edgar Allan Poe's classic, "The Raven" with contemporary, yet timeless, aspects of romance, social-dependence, and love, set amongst the backdrop of a war that impacted the lives of millions of Americans...
The film itself is still in post-production. After which there will be a screening for limited audiences still TBA, followed by film festival entries with hopeful iTunes and DVD distribution.
As we reach mid-production tomorrow, the Director would like to thank the following for their commitment and talents thus far:
Mario Quintana - Cinematographer
Raj Kosaraju - Producer
Matthew Bragg - Executive Producer
Ryan Kvarta - Key Grip
Nikki Sekuloski - PR Representative
Tim Wolak - Make-up
Justin Wolters - Make-up
Brandi Kafantaris - Wardrobe
Rochelle Clarke - Costume Design
Ebony Thomas - Prop Master
Yanderit Gonzales - Gaffer
Mark Serletic - 1st AC
Adrian Kuchibhotla - Boom-Op & Sound Mixer
Mat Sekuloski - Grip
Stephanie Brulloths - Prop Department
Emma Baker - Production Assistant
Buckley Homestead County Park
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
Through the Never, a World War 2 drama, is about to finish production made my NWI filmmaker Tre Manchester. Check out this teaser for a peek at one of the few period piece films made in NWI. http://youtu.be/JjrchPyo6L4
After receiving word that Alan has been wounded in war, Avery must find in herself the strength to hold together the family who has accepted her, while combating the rising trepidation of her love never returning home.
In my studies at the Illinois Institute of Art, I have had the privilege to learn from Emmy and Academy Award winning professors. Through my schooling and extracurricular experience, I have learned how to effectively tell a captivating story that evokes the purist of emotions, in the most efficient way possible, by executing precise shots with rich cinematography.
"People are hungry for stories. It’s part of our very being. Storytelling is a form of history, of immortality too. It goes from one generation to another." -Studs Terkel-