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BAT AND MASK Tuesday, December 10

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  • Date: December 10, 2019
  • Time: 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
  • Location: Gorton Community Center
    400 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest, IL 60045
  • Resources: Film website

a Zachary Goodspeed film

One night, two friends, fast living – anything can happen. Rubin must choose between the pull of his best friend and the love of his father if he wants to see the light of day.

(A film made locally by local artists.)
Film running time is approximately 19 minutes.
There will be a Q & A to follow with the filmmaker and cast on stage.

“This film contains brief language, strong thematic elements, and some drug use.”

7:30 pm – Doors open
8:00 pm – Showtime
8:25 pm – Q&A begins

director bio:
Zachary loves making films. He grew up learning how to create content within the walls of his hometown church in Flint, MI. He then moved to Hollywood to focus on his acting career. He found success working on such shows as Modern Family, Mad Men, and True Jackson VP. He’s learned a lot from those experiences and now is happily married living in Vernon Hills and creating when inspiration strikes.


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