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Documentary “Small Town, USA” to be shown in Andrews

Small Town USAJohnathon Proctor of Star Cast Productions, LLC is proud to announce his original documentary, “Small Town, USA: Andrews, NC” will be screened for the public on Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 starting at 7 pm at The Ballroom, located at 995 Main St. in Andrews. The doors will open at 6:00 pm. John will give a short introduction to the film before the showing, and afterward he will take questions from the audience. John and his crew spent time filming the movie in Cherokee County during the summer of 2013.

Mr. Proctor is excited to be returning to Andrews, saying “I promised the people here that I would show the finished documentary to them before anyone else, and I’m happy to keep my word.” The public and invited guests can see the film for free, but donations are welcome. “We want to show this family movie about your great small town at film festivals across the country”, John said. “All the money collected will be used to defray the entry fees and travel costs associated with these festival screenings.”

“The mission of “Small Town, USA” is simple,” John explains. “We want to take viewers on a road trip, seeking out the most genuine, engaging, unique small towns in America; towns that offer a brilliant patchwork of fascinating attractions, history and people that make it a great place for visitors and residents alike. We will show you why Andrews, NC (and the surrounding area) is a polished gem of Americana.”

Also, to continue his focus on helping the community through his film, Mr. Proctor has arranged for the Andrews High School Band Program to sell concessions at the screening, giving them an opportunity to raise money. Band Director, Joslyn Parker, is very excited for this opportunity, saying “we’ve been fundraising all year for instrument maintenance and new purchases for the upcoming marching season.”

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