Fighting Owl Films, a rapidly emerging independent film production group in Mobile, Alabama, announced the completion of principal photography on the Thomas Smith-directed supernatural-adventure-comedy The Night Shift, starring Khristian Fulmer, Erin Lilley, Soren Odom and Jonathan Pruitt. Shot locally, the film utilized talent, locations and crew from within the community. The film will now enter post-production for completion and is currently seeking distribution.
“The Night Shift is a supernatural-adventure-comedy about Rue Morgan, the undead night watchman at Pinewood Oaks Cemetery. Rue, along with his buddy Herb, a limbless corpse, spends his nights trying to keep the cemetery’s cantankerous residents in, and his days dreaming of a date with hard-nosed day-shifter, Claire. It’s an okay afterlife until a scourge of supernatural occurrences leaves Rue not only watching the cemetery, but also watching his back!”
Director and producer Thomas Smith says, “I’ve seen a good bit of the footage we have and the film is going to look great, and the finished product should be a lot of fun. Everyone put a lot of hard work and long hours into the production, both in front of and behind the camera, and I think we’ll all be pleased with the final outcome.”
To coincide with the wrap, the official website for “The Night Shift” has been updated with the latest behind the scenes photo galleries and new desktop backgrounds have been added to the downloads section.
The producers plan to screen the finished movie in film festivals and hope to catch the eye of film distribution companies that might be interested in releasing “The Night Shift”.
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