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'Earthrise' gets test screening at the Link Centre in Tupelo, Mississippi

"Earthrise" Poster
Dead Leaf Productions

If you like Sci-Fi movies that deal with the realistic possibilities of extinction of our existence on planet Earth, then you will love the Dead Leaf Production of "Earthrise." It will make you stop and think!

Award winning writer/ director, Glenn Payne wrote the script and directed the feature film, which will have its test screening on August 2, 2014 at 7:30pm at the Link Centre in Tupelo, Mississippi. The tickets for the screening are $10 each. Earthrise has been in production for over a year now and contains actors and actresses from Mississippi and Tennessee.

The cast includes:
Sherri Eakin as Tonya Clayborne, Katelyn Nichols as Revive Applicant 7259, Casey Dillard as Vivian Colfer, Michael Randall as Revive Member 4730F, Dunlap Peeples as IV Revive Applicant 1498, Jon W. Sparks as Martin Nevil, Cameron Spann as Revive Applicant 3163, Gregory Lush as Revive Member 8311R, Todd Barnett as Revive Applicant 3012, Caroline Upthegrove asRevive Member 6954B. Pamela Erwin as Test Giver, Greg Earnest as Marshall Clayborne, Jennifer Collins as Computer (voice), Casey Heflin as Revive Member 5983D, Michael Ewing as Revive Spokesman, Carlton Wall as Revive Applicant 5630, Zack Ratkovich as Revive Member 1174a, Alana Whites as Charley Clayborne and Meaghin Burke as Dawn Nevil.

The plot is outlined by Dead Leaf Productions:
"99% of the human race has colonized on Mars. The remaining few work to rehabilitate our dying planet. Each year a small number are selected to return home to aid in the process. For those few, it will be their first glimpse of Earth. We follow them on their journey in this sci-fi psychological thriller, so go home for the first time."

The Link Centre is located at 1800 W Main St Ste 12, Tupelo, Mississippi 38801 Phone: (662) 690-4011

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