Heavenly Angle


HEAVENLY ANGLE
UPCOMING SCREENING: 
RED RIVER THEATRES
DOUBLE FEATURE ~ ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Saturday, September 9, 2017

Don’t miss this rare chance to see our two recent movies on Saturday, September 9, at Red River Theatres in Concord, 
New Hampshire. After each screening, Ernest will talk about his unique approach to community filmmaking, and you’ll have 
a chance to meet actors and crew members and hear how their lives were changed forever. 
And if that's you, come relive the magic.

Whitebridge offered both movies as On Location Training to anyone of any age and background interested in learning 
about every aspect of the film business. More than 800 people participated. You could be next.
All proceeds support Red River Theatres, a nonprofit community cinema. 
Advanced ticket purchase is strongly recommended. 
Seating is limited.

TIME AND CHARGES
4:00 pm (followed by a talkback)
Runtime: 95 min.

DINNER RECEPTION
6:00 – 7:30 pm

HEAVENLY ANGLE
7:30 pm (followed by a talkback)
Runtime: 98 min.

RED RIVER THEATRES
11 S Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 224-4600

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HEAVENLY ANGLE had a riotous premiere at the Woods Hole Film Festival
and continues to move on to other festivals, including MIFF, the Maine International Film Festival.

Like TIME AND CHARGES, HEAVENLY ANGLE
was offered by Whitebridge Farm Productions as On Location Training but this time Ernest and
partners Morgan and Lori wanted our cast and crew to experience a straight-out 18-day shoot,
and more than 300 people put their lives on hold to participate. Doing double duty on the two movies,
Ernest has worked with an extraordinary team of young cinematographers and editors and
again has collaborated with Joe Deleault, who composed the infectious score,
featuring the legendary Natalie MacMaster, and put another handful of Ernest’s lyrics to music,
including "Look Around," sung by multi-Grammy nominee Joan Osborne.

All of which has turned HEAVENLY ANGLE into what Ernest calls,
“a movie whose budget may be minuscule, but whose heart is huge.”

IN THE PRESS
Boston Globe - 7/20/13
New Hampshire Magazine - 9/1/17

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Below:  Photos from the filming of HEAVENLY ANGLE.