Anyone who sets out to make a movie has to be at least a little bit of a dreamer. You probably even have to be slightly crazy to take on a huge project like a feature film.
Wisconsin native, Dan Davies, understands exactly what it takes to make a movie. He’s the mind behind the bizarre and hilarious independent film Ed Gein: The Musical, and he starred in 2015’s West of Thunder, a dramatic western, which he also co-wrote.
Now Davies is helping bring attention to a new project. It’s a mockumentary about the filmmaking process made in the spirit of This is Spinal Tap and Waiting for Guffman.
Flim: The Movie (no that’s not a typo), was shot in locations around the world and features actors you may recognize from BBC productions. But Davies is bringing it to the Fox Valley for a special screening in early June. It’s a can’t-miss event for anyone who’s ever dreamed of making their own movie.
If you heard that a couple from New York City’s entertainment industry was looking to buy a farm in the Green Bay area, you might shake your head and chuckle.
Maybe you’d assume they’re just a pair of artsy-fartsy dreamers trying to escape the Big Apple and build a bucolic life for themselves in rural Wisconsin…someplace where they can grow organic kale and keep a couple of alpacas.
But the real motive behind this search for a farm will surprise and inspire you.
If you’re raising young kids in the Green Bay area, you’re going to be so excited to hear about this unique opportunity that not only gives us parents a well-deserved break, but an unforgettably fun experience for our little ones at the same time.
If you’ve ever wondered about the bright green school bus at a local event, or parked outside of stores like Festival, Target or Woodman’s – that’s the Bouncin’ Bus.
It’s the only traveling gym and fitness center for kids in all of Wisconsin. And you’ll find it right here in Green Bay!
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