FILM PROJECTS

 
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ROSIE'S RESCUE

When events in Rosie’s life trigger a crisis, she embarks on a quest to find the mysterious man who saved her life as a child. But now, that man is dying. Can she reach him before it is too late?

 

The film is written and directed by Terry Weston Marsh and produced by Andrew C. Marsh.  Casting Director is Scott Tucker of Talent Fusion. Cinematographer is Reid M. Petro. Principal photography took place on October 7-10, 2019 in Indiana. 

Learn more and watch the short film here.

 
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Red Red Rose

"O my Luve is like a red, red rose..."

“Red Red Rose” is a traditional Scottish melody with lyrics by Robert Burns and underscores the short film Rosie's Rescue.

 

The film stars Tia Link and Eric Olson.  

Learn more and watch the short film here.

 
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ROSIE'S RESCUE: BEHIND THE SCENES

Great storytelling is timeless, and so is great filmmaking.  With Rosie's Rescue, writer/director Terry Weston Marsh and his cast and crew aspire to do both, in the accessible genre of short film. 

 

Catch a glimpse behind the scenes of this brand-new drama shot entirely on location in New Castle, Indiana, in fall 2019, featuring high production values and a talented cast and crew. 

Watch the documentary on YouTube.

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MR. COOPER, WHO FELL FROM THE SKY

A lonely young boy comes to the aid of a lost hijacker, in this lively re-imagining of what really happened to D.B. Cooper — the man at the heart of one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of all time.

Watch the short film on YouTube.

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A SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO BOB ROSS

A special musical tribute to beloved artist Bob Ross, from episode 1 of “The Adventures of Elmer & Friends.”

Watch the tribute on YouTube.

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THE ADVENTURES OF ELMER & FRIENDS

In these award-winning episodes, Chauncey, owner of a magical Curio Shop, sends his young friends back in time along with Elmer, the happy little tree. Enjoy timeless tales and toe-tappin’ tunes as the kids visit everyone from beloved artist Bob Ross to Native American Joanne Shenandoah.

Watch the series on YouTube.