The Premier of NIGHT, the Movie

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  1. N5HZR

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    The Premier of NIGHT, the Movie

    During this year's field day, a visitor arrived from John D'Aquino's Young Actors Workshop at the Edmond Amateur Radio Society's location. Marcus Sutliffe N5ZY talked with them and found they wanted to make a short film with an amateur radio plot, and they needed some help. They were filming in Stillwater, OK, and needed someone with film/video experience and someone who could be a technical advisor. So we got Kevin O'Dell N0IRW involved, and in no time, he had assembled radios, props, consulted on the script, and was ready for a long day of filming.

    The purpose of this film is to give young aspiring actors a chance to hone their craft in a real movie environment. Thanks to the Oklahoma Film and Music Office, https://okfilmmusic.org/, they filmed three short movies in Oklahoma. So, when you watch the film, you can see the improvement in the youngsters as the movie progresses.

    This week the movie premiered and is available on YouTube as a 34 minute short at

    Kevin stars as the radio voice of Colonel and should be up for an Emmy for best supporting actor. Kevin says any requests for autographs should go through his agent, Wilma W5WRO. Both Kevin and Marcus have their name in the credits, so make sure you stay through the ending!

    Thanks, Kevin, for putting a great light on amateur radio!
     

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  2. W4HMB

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    That was good!
     
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  3. KO4CCC

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    This was really good!
    I would drop a few bucks on iTunes to support them and have this in my collection.
     
  4. AA5BK

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    Excellent. Looks like we survive the virus after all.
     

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