Welcome George Rush, entertainment attorney, to the Die Family! George has a great love for independent filmmakers; advising producers, screenwriters and directors on many aspects of the process. He practices out of San Francisco and came to the project through director, Emily Lou. They worked together on her first feature, The Selling.
Also in Die Movie news, the non-profit Final Exit Network is helping to raise awareness for A Good Day to Die and is acting as a fiscal agent, accepting tax-deductible contributions to the movie through the organization. The group’s president, Wendell Stephenson says, “The film sounded interesting and promising and could help us publicize and draw attention to end of life issues.”
A Good Day to Die received a lot of positive press in recent weeks. Producer, Andrea and director, Emily were interviewed last week by Daniel Gaitan at Life Matters Media out of Chicago, WSLS in Roanoke ran a spot about the film and two articles are soon to come out in The Roanoker Magazine.
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