Fimmakers Featured in Duluth News Tribune Article

According to a report in today’s Duluth News Tribune, Carrie Boberg and Jason Page are able to focus on filmmaking and forget about day jobs, thanks to the generosity of a local foundation. The Duluth-based filmmakers are partners is in 4 Track Films, a start-up production company funded by the Zeppa Foundation. The feature article profiles Boberg, Page their company and their current project, God Rocks, a mocumentary about a Christian battle of the bands.

Read the details at www.duluthnewstribune.com/articles/index.cfm?id=45695&section=homepage.

Note/rant: Read it quick. because the Duluth News Tribune and other Forum Communications publications postings are only free for a week. After that they charge for them.

The Zeppa Foundation has funded several arts-oriented projects in Duluth, including support for a costume rental business and a theater that will program independent and foreign film. See my previous posts on June 6 and May 19.

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