Doors open at 6:30, film starts at 7:00.
Now’s your chance to see the New-Brunswick produced feature Film Owl River Runners, right in the town where it was filmed! On October 14th you can see Owl River Runners at the Hampton High School Auditorium.
Jaime joyrides on the back-roads of Owl River, population: sinking. She’s going nowhere fast, and it’s the same in life. BFF Paula pressures her to apply to colleges, papa Hal just wants to keep her out of juvie.
But Jaime can’t know where she’s going until she knows where she comes from. When ex-con Ray shakes her down for the whereabouts of a stash, Jaime learns her departed grandpa Graham’s family secret: he ran the biggest pot-ring East of Montreal.
Now Jaime must recruit Paula and hapless admirer Ricky if she’s going to outmaneuver tough-guy Ray, the corrupt police chief Hines, and a straight-laced deputy and lay claim to her birthright.
Owl River Runners was the New Brunswick selection for the IndieCan 10K film challenge and was filmed in Hampton, NB. The film was an official selection at the Atlantic Film Festival, the Silver Wave Film Festival, the Charlottetown FIlm Festival as well as Louisiana’s Cinema on the Bayou where it was nominated for Best Narrative Feature.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. The film will start at 7:00 pm sharp.
Visit us on the web: owlriverrunnersmovie.com
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
The only ID requirement is for Student Tickets, student ID will need to be shown at time of admission.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can contact André by email: andre [at] owlriverrunnersmovie.com