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Decoding Annie Parker takes audiences on an intimate journey based on the real life experiences of two women, who live in parallel worlds. Bernstein was attracted to the story because he was looking to direct a film about something important, explaining:
I asked agents to send me scripts. One of the scripts was about Annie Parker. The script was written by Dr. Michael Moss, a physician who believed it is important for her story to be told. Annie was 13 years old when breast cancer claimed her mother’s life. Her older sister later lost a battle with ovarian cancer. Annie subsequently survived three breast cancer operations.
Bernstein contacted Dr. Moss and Annie Parker. After a heartfelt discussion, they gladly accepted his offer to rewrite the script. Bernstein was assisted in that endeavor by his son Adam.
The second woman is Mary-Clare King, a geneticist who spent years searching for a reliable early clue that women will be afflicted with breast cancer. In 1992, she discovered that women with the BRCA1 gene in their DNA are likely to develop breast cancer. King subsequently discovered that the BRCA2 gene in DNA signals ovarian cancer is likely to occur.
To Bernstein, Decoding Annie Parker is a story about faith, hope, and survival during challenging times. It took Bernstein five years to raise the funds needed to produce the film:
Everyone involved believed in the story. Their heartfelt support enabled us to produce Decoding Annie Parker in 35 mm anamorphic format with a $2 million budget. When we added up the numbers, we found that two perf 35 MM film was affordable. We used the 2.4:1 aspect to visually augment the drama. We used empty spaces to show alienation and sadness. I also wanted a dynamic frame that I could move things across.
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Today in Indie Beat, the World War II drama based on the adaptation of the 2006 book of the same name gets it’s first batch of cast members signed on for the project. Come inside to check out the full casting announcement…
Jeffrey Pierce, Rachel Blanchard, Chad Lindberg, Spencer Treat Clark, Bill Smitrovich, Stelio Savante, Ed Lauter and John Savage have joined the cast of Becker’s Farm.
Based on the William V Timmons 2006 novel, BECKER’S FARM is the story of a WWII German prisoner of war imprisoned in the heartland of America, who rises from the ashes with a new identity.
More info on the rest of the cast and the film at
Directed by Mark Roemmich, the drama will be filming in North Carolina from late July to early October. Produced by Mark Roemmich and executive produced by Debi Roemmich and Don Driftmier, the film is being brought to the screen by Noble House Entertainment Pictures and Collaboration Entertainment.
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Chad Lindberg & his paranormal friend Scott Gruenwald will be on Paranormal Underground Radio,
on June 20th, 2013 from 6-8 p.m. Pacific/8-10 p.m. Central/9-11 p.m ET time!
Scott Gruenwald and Chad Lindberg.
Scott was a reporter on Travel Channel’s Paranormal Paparazzi, as well as the Web show Live at Wolfe Manor.
He is the founder of the STU-CON annual paranormal gathering.
Chad has starred in the Fast and the Furious, Buffy, Supernatural, October Sky, and I Spit on Your Grave, to name a few.
Chad appeared as a celebrity guest investigator on Ghost Adventures’ Return to Linda Vista episode.
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Chad Lindberg : I went Ghost Investigating recently with my Friends and fellow Haunted Orange Investigators. I got this Horse Shoe shaped Orb fly right in front of my buddy @The_Dave_Abbitt.