KC-based Film “Two Keys” Attracts Hollywood and Brings Hope to Teens
“Two Keys” is about two teenage girls – one Israeli and one Palestinian – whose worlds collide as they struggle to make their lives count in Jerusalem. Written by Kansas City award-winning screenwriter Laura Woodworth, the film – though still in it’s crowdfunding campaign – is attracting Hollywood talent with it’s strong message of hope.
Kansas City, Mo., June 15, 2015 – While “Hunger Games” and “Divergent” showcase the triumph of the human spirit, the short film “Two Keys” presents the power of faith to overcome the impossible. “ Read more here...
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"Two Keys" Film Speaks Peace
Metro Voice News, Kansas City, MO, July 2015 What if the worldview of two teens, one Israeli and one Palestinian, collided after a horrific suicide bomb blast in Jerusalem? "Two Keys" is a short film project with local roots that sets to explore that possibility and how both lives are changed. Written by Kansas City screenwriter Laura Woodworth, the film will shoot late this summer in Kansas City and Israel... Read more here.
KC-Based Short Film "Two Keys" is Set to Inspire
Lee's Summit Tribune, Lee's Summit, MO, June 15, 2015 Local and Hollywood talent come together to produce award-winning short screenplay. Enter Adi and Etaaf, two teenage girls whose worlds collide when a suicide bomb blast forces them into the reality of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On that fateful day, both commit to making their lives count in the chaos of Jerusalem. This is the story of "Two Keys," an award-winning script written by CEO and producer at Source Entertainment Laura Woodworth... Read more here.
Freeport Native's Film "Two Keys" Seeks Donations to Shoot this Summer
Freeport Journal Standard, Freeport, IL, June 20, 2015 The film “Two Keys,” written by Freeport native Laura Woodworth, will shoot this summer in Kansas and Israel if it meets an Indiegogo campaign goal of $75,000. The film, in development with Source Entertainment, is about two teenage girls — one Israeli and one Palestinian — whose worlds collide in a suicide bomb blast. Once the film’s budget is met, a nationwide casting call will be posted for talent and crew opportunities this summer.
Woodworth will direct and produce the film with her husband and co-producer, S. Alan Woodworth. Katina Zinner, daughter of Academy Award-winning editor Peter Zinner, of “The Godfather,” will edit the film. Brad Wilson, manager of Academy Award-winner Robert Duvall’s production company for 11 years, is the executive producer...Read more here.
We Are Warriors
Dustin Smith Ministries, Podcast, June 20, 2015 #37 We Are Warriors, Dustin Smith and James Galbraith. Listen here.