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Pre-production is well underway for Mobile, Alabama based filmmaking group Fighting Owl Films’ independent feature “The Night Shift”, and now you can get your first look at the film’s lead characters. Coinciding with an overhaul of the official website for “The Night Shift”, an online gallery has been added featuring publicity photos of the lead characters, Rue Morgan, Herbie West and Claire Rennfield as portrayed by Khristian Fulmer, Soren Odom and Erin Lilley, respectively. Also available to download from the site are two official desktop wallpapers for “The Night Shift” featuring the leads facing off against the film’s menacing creatures.

The film and filmmakers have received a great deal of support, encouragement and positive buzz from the online community and are looking forward to getting production underway this summer. The feature is based on Fighting Owl Films' short film of the same name which proved an online hit, was positively reviewed in "Fangoria" magazine's online edition earlier in 2009 and has screened in several festivals across the United States.

A supernatural adventure-comedy, “The Night Shift” centers on 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!

To stay abreast of all the latest production developments and updates, please become a fan of Fighting Owl Films on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fighting-Owl-Films/73399032976) and follow them on Twitter (http://twitter.com/FightingOwlFilm). For more information, downloads, photos and cast information, please visit www.thenightshiftmovie.com .
Seeking a director of photography/cinematographer for a low budget independent film to be shot in Mobile, AL.  The film titled "The Night Shift" is based on a short we produced last year that met with great online success and has been featured in several festivals and was positively reviewed by Fangoria magazine.  The film is a supernatural-adventure-comedy.  For more information, please email Thomas Smith (info@fightingowlfilms.com).  You can also visit www.thenightshiftmovie.com or www.fightingowlfilms.com to learn more about the film.
Auditions for The Night Shift feature, based on Fighting Owl Films' successful short film of the same name (selected for screenings in the 2009 Lancaster Area Film Festival and the 2009 Texas Blood Bath Film Festival) will be held Saturday, October 17th from 10am - 2pm at the University of South Alabama Library, Room 171.  Auditions are for principal characters and, because the film is low budget, all positions are on a volunteer basis.  To learn more about The Night Shift or to view the short visit www.fightingowlfilms.com.  Interested parties should email Thomas Smith to schedule an audition time (info@fightingowlfilms.com).
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16 November 2008 @ 04:57 pm

Hey, we picked up a dog on Election Day, and we need help finding her
a home. She's absolutely adorable- an English Bulldog mix, about 30lbs
and a year old, and firmly believes that the safest place in the
entire world is your lap. She also loves other dogs, cats, and has
been great with kids so far.
Since she looks like a pit bull, and we found her at the polling place
on Election Day, we're calling her Sarah :)

She has a light load of heartworms, which we're working on getting
treated as well as spaying her (with many thanks to the Friends of the
Mobile Animal Shelter and Bama Bully Rescue!)

If you know of anyone who might be interested, or can just put this
flyer up in a few places or pass it on to your friends lists on
MySpace, LJ, Facebook, etc. We're moving in December and just can't
afford another dog.

Thanks for your help!

09 November 2008 @ 08:51 pm
Hi. My name's Tim, and I'm an alcoh...uh... Australian. I'm trying to collect an American from every state, kinda like Pokemon, to be my friend. I find you guys interesting.

And I'm a pretty awesome guy, so there's your incentive.

Any takers?
08 November 2008 @ 01:45 am
First off, thank you mod for letting me post this... :-)

I'm making this traveling notebook for my son, and one for my brother. I'm pretty much trying to find, one or a few people from each of the 50 states for this notebook (well, both notebooks). They both travel together and will be passed on to someone else in the USA so postage costs shouldn't be much when posting out again. What I'm looking at doing is having everyone put a state map postcard, or a descriptive postcard from their state - so it has the silhouette of the state with the state bird, flower, something like that... write about your state, what you like about the state, what your life is like... add photos, and just plain be creative with the books... when you've put in your entry and your happy with it - I'll give you the next address which will probably be in a neighboring state and you send it onto the next "host". You can write the same in both of the books... that's not a problem at all... :-) I've been rounding up people for the books, but they've just been sent out today to Washington (from Australia)....

So yeah, if anyone would like to help that'd be great and contact me by commenting here, email at sara.ringham@gmail.com or just message me on here and we'll go from there... if you have any questions let me know as well - it's after midnight so I'm sure I've missed out on something... thanks for helping anyone that is interested in helping me out!
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15 October 2008 @ 06:22 am
Downtown art gallery/day spa looking for hairstylist with clientele for commission. We are dedicated to the arts and support downtown shopping/living.
26 July 2008 @ 10:38 pm
So yeah. I sort of rescued a puppy.

He was chained up with no shelter, food, or water, and I never once saw anyone come near enough to touch him.

So I took him (with permission).

But the pound won't take him- they claim he's got pit in him. Now, I own a half-pit. This puppy does not have enough pit in him to be worth mentioning. He's a lab mix. He's got a little Boxer look to his face, but he's not a pit bull.

But what that means is that he needs a home, and fast. I'm not home enough for a puppy, and neither is Chris. We both work 12-14 hours a day, and all the local rescues are completely full-up. I don't know what to do- I can't put him out on the street, but no one can take him.

He's rapidly getting crate-trained, about 3 mos old, and I got him wormed and rabies vac'd. He's put on a good bit of weight already, and already looks healthy. He's a really good puppy, I just don't have the time to train a puppy. He's already halfway leash-trained (20 mins in B&B PetStop and he was walking next to me 80% of the time) and is rapidly getting toward housetrained after only 2 days. He's not a chewer, good with other dogs, cats, and every human being we've introduced him to.

Help, please?