September 19, 2012

Audiences love Shouting Secrets

‘Shouting Secrets’ gets rave reviews from San Carlos

By Marc MarinFueled by positive word-of-mouth, the movie “Shouting Secrets” premiered to sold out shows on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Hollis Cinemas 4 in downtown Globe. Many of the film’s scenes were filmed in Globe and San Carlos, and Native American actors figure prominently in the action.

The reaction to the movie has been so positive that Hollis will show the movie for an additional week, through Thursday, Sept. 27. Showings are daily at 6:30 p.m.

On Friday night after the premiere, The Historic Globe Main Street Program and the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce hosted a packed house featuring the film’s actors and townspeople at the historic train depot. The actors also gathered to meet with the public on Saturday night at The Drift Inn.

“The reaction to the film has been amazing,” said director Korinna Sehringer. “It’s rough times for independent movies, and to get a turnout like we had here, with three consecutive sold out shows, that’s—at least to me—almost unheard of.”
Comment:  For more on Shouting Secrets, see AIFI's 2011 Winners and Birmingham, Spencer in Shouting Secrets.

Below:  "Local residents packed Hollis Theaters for the premiere showing of Shouting Secrets, a film that was shot in locations in both Globe and San Carlos."

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