NYC Film Company to Support the Arts in Connecticut Town



NEW YORK, September 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – A new York based film company, Better Days Films, a division of the Story Plant Entertainment Company, has just forged a creative and charitable partnership with the city of New Milford, Connecticut. After the success of their episodic docu-series Covid America, taken over by international distribution house Boat Rocker Media, the content creation company agreed to shoot two films in the small town of New England starting with the denominational film Thursday night club, a warm and inspiring family film set to begin pre-production during the holiday season.

Moved by the charm and hospitality that New Milford offers, the producers proposed to the mayor of New Milford, Peter Bass, may the city be the place of Thursday night club followed by a second film to be announced. To cement the relationship, the producers offered to provide a $ 25,000 fellowship to the New Milford Film Commission, led by Valerie Lorimer, at the release of the film. The scholarship money will be awarded to a New Milford local filmmaker and film student. “I am delighted to be a part of this company as we have several deserving students and local filmmakers who will benefit from this alliance”, said Commissioner Lorimer.

In addition, part of the film’s net proceeds will be donated to the artistic community in New Milford to support various artistic programs and events. City and producers join forces to decide how best to use funds to support the arts in New Milford.

Mayor Peter Bass expressed appreciation for this new and productive collaboration and financial affiliation. “We would like to thank Better Days Films for their partnership with the City of New Milford by creating opportunities and supporting the artistic community here by New Milford. Our artistic community is an essential part of the spirit and character of the city. “

Thursday night club cameras will start rolling in early 2022.

About Story Plant Entertainment Company:
Founded by partners Mitchell maxwell and Lou Aronica, the content creation company produces audio drama podcasts and adapts them to film and television projects. From musical theater to female fiction to stories based on real events, the company has produced high quality, highly rated podcasts. Additionally, The Story Plant Entertainment Company produces non-fiction episodes. Their most recent production, Covid America, was acquired by global distribution company Boat Rocker Media. Ongoing projects include a new play written by the bestseller New York Times author Tawni O’Dell scheduled for a race on Broadway in the spring of 2022. www.storyplantentertainment.com.

Contact: Valerie Smaldone, Producer
[email protected]
917-509-0218

SOURCE History Plant Entertainment Company

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