W.Va. filmmaker talks new movie: Exodus 23:20
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -
Working with a small grant from Marshall University, my team of producers and creatives helped me tell a story the way I felt was necessary. Exodus 23:20 is a film produced almost entirely in Putnam County, West Virginia, completely independently. It is a fictional story that hopes to take the gritty, larger than life elements of the traditional western and soak them in Appalachian aesthetic. Lighthearted at times, and honest at others, Exodus is a film that wants to be West Virginian before feeling West Virginian.
You can watch Exodus 23:20 at Pullman Square on Saturday at 7 p.m., or by clicking here.
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