What Child Is This (2018)

We don't wanna spoil the film, so we will stick to a genre depth description. An 1870's Period Western of an Eastern California Historical Tale, Wrapped in a Multi-Faceted Fictional Twisting... See full synopsis »

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Comments: In funding...we are raising the capital under a 506c, reg D, private securities offering under our subsidiary, Ediza Lake Pictures, llc
Updated: 30 May 2017
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We don't wanna spoil the film, so we will stick to a genre depth description.

An 1870's Period Western of an Eastern California Historical Tale, Wrapped in a Multi-Faceted Fictional Twisting Storyline, Thru Four Generations

Description........ Written by Kurtis Anton. Produced by Kurtis Anton/Executive Authentication, Logistical, Wardrobe, and Prop Production by Peter Sherayko and Caravan West Productions/Produced by Snakebyte Productions and Entertainment Group/and Hallway Films Productions

Directed by David Gutel Cinematography by Kyle Klebe Art Direction by Tayler Nickolson, Artistry by Darcy Baker, Score Composition and Arrangements by Edna Alejandra Longoria

Historical Consultation - Mono County Historical Society (Kent Stoddard), Southern Mono Historical Society (Robert Joki) Mammoth Museum, Laws Museum, Bishop, Ca., Eastern California Museum, Independence, Ca. (Heather Todd)

Additional Support- Bishop Gun Club, MMSA- Mammoth Mountain Ski Area (Steve Morrison, Clifford Mann) DJ's ...

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