Teenager’s Film Brings Audience To Their Feet

Terry Stackhouse

Updated 1 year ago

The red carpet was rolled out at Hampden Academy on Thursday night. A group of ambitious students helped to create the 24 minute movie “All of it Remains”. It’s a 1920′s western, and it takes place in northern Maine. It tells the story of two bounty hunters. The creator, Kyle Grogen, used it as his application essay to New York University, where he will study film in the fall. The project took a year and a half to produce, and it brought the audience to their feet. Kyle is already working on his next movie, but refused to spoil the surprise with details.


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