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A down and out father must face his greatest fear by entering a neighborhood father/son horse basketball tournament.

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Director Statement

I believe in filmmaking as a collaboration of community, a way for everyone involved to use their gifts and talents to play an integral part in the story telling process. I am focused on making high quality films on a micro-budget, while telling the best story possible, making it more likely to recoup costs and investments, as well as turn a profit. My films are designed to not only entertain, but challenge the viewer to look within and grow with compassion & love.

I believe Horse was successful and has potential for continued success. It brought together a community all committed to doing their part, which allowed us to produce the film on a micro-budget. The theme of fatherlessness is one worth exploring and it's universal reach has strong potential to challenge the audience and evoke change within. I believe this will allow Horse to reach a wide audience and recoup costs. I also believe the short film has room to grow and can be turned into a feature. It is my goal to present our sold out Greensboro premiere, an online presence and the film itself to potential investors to raise the budget needed for the feature length version.

It was an honor to work side by side with my wife Elizabeth on this film. Her role as producer (and a variety of other titles) proved invaluable and her commitment and energy, as well as that of our amazing cast and crew, made this film a success.

Seth Hall




Copyright © 2010 Seth Hall

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