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The Girl on the Mountain

Local Film Maker Premiere’s Newest Film

The Red Carpet Premiere of the Locally made film “The Girl on the Mountain” will be held at Yosemite Cinema on March 13th at 7pm.

OAKHURST – Local director, Matt Sconce, who shot the entire movie in Madera County along with the child lead who is played by local talent Makenzie Sconce took place in areas surrounding Oakhurst and the High Sierras.  The film was shot entirely during the pandemic in 2020.

The Girl on the Mountain

“The Girl on the Mountain is a drama/thriller set against a backdrop of beautiful, yet treacherous wilderness. Haunted by family tragedy, reclusive backwoodsman Jack Ward (Daniel O’Reilly) is given a chance at redemption when a young girl (Makenzie Sconce) fleeing abuse and murder, comes into his life. Safety and security are short-lived as the girl’s vengeful father and his posse converge on the two. Now Ward must summon his instincts as a paternal protector and face off against the sadistic intruders.”

The Girl on the Mountain will be released worldwide through Saban Films with the red carpet premier at Yosemite Cinema in Oakhurst on March 13th at 7pm.

With an expected attendance of 300 or more be sure to dress to impress for the red carpet.

In attendance, will be actors, producers, writers, composers, limos and more. One executive producer is flying in from London, and the composer is flying in from Texas.

Tickets are going fast, so be sure to purchase in advance by visiting, www.tgotmtickets.com

It will be a fun and festive event and a great accomplishment as it puts the Madera County Mountain Communities in front of audience’s around the world.

The film releases worldwide on video on demand (VOD) and in select theaters on March 8th.

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View the trailer here: https://youtu.be/Y0vh8jQ7HMQ

More information about the movie can be found here: https://m.imdb.com/title/tt11674948/?ref_=ext_shr_lnk


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