RANGE RUNNERS Celebrates Private Cast & Crew Screening

 
 

On Saturday, January 19th, Fatal Funnel Films hosted a private cast and crew screening for Range Runners and there was a ton of love and excitement in the room at the Davis Theater. Everyone was so proud of all the beautiful, hard work put into this film. We can’t wait for what’s next!

Photos by: John Boehm jboehmphoto.com

 

RANGE RUNNERS Post-Production Completed

 
 

After an intense and incredibly rewarding 3-months of work, Range Runners post-production is finally complete. The team at Periscope Post & Audio did a phenomenal job with film. Huge thank you to editor, Michael Thomas James, sound designer, John Wong and colorist, Ryan Stemple. We cannot wait to show off all of the hard work to our eventual audience.

 

RANGE RUNNERS featured in Classic Chicago Magazine

 
 
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Philip Plowden caught up with Judy Bross from Classic Chicago Magazine about the filming of Range Runners, working with Chicago’s talented actors and the Independent Film community in Illinois. Click here to check out the full interview on their website.

 

RANGE RUNNERS filmed at Shawnee Bluffs Canopy Tour

 
 
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Shawnee Bluffs Canopy Tour served as one of the primary shooting locations of Range Runners. The vast 83-acre property housed numerous natural land formations that gave our film a truly unique look. Most of these shooting locations can be seen from above at any one of the eight zip lining platforms while touring at Shawnee Zip. Check it out for yourself the next time you're in Southern Illinois.

Huge thank you to Marc Miles for taking the our cast and crew on an incredible zipline tour. What a way to experience Southern Illinois while on location filming Range Runners

 

Radio Interview with Philip Plowden

 
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Range Runners director, Philip S. Plowden and Location Supervisor, Jon Musgrave stopped by Newsradio WJPF as principal photography wrapped up in Southern Illinois last week. Click here to listen to the full interview on the story's inspiration and why Illinois-based Fatal Funnel Films stayed close to home for filming.

 

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