Details about this week’s programming

There will be no Teen Movie Lounge this week. There will be the Short Film Festival during the same time though and we’ll probably still make popcorn.

Bird watching will continue on Wednesday even if it is raining. We have some indoor activities we could do if the weather does not permit going outside.

Genres will feature short stories again!

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  1. Hey,

    I wanted to let you in on a teen movie your readers might enjoy reading about. It’s called “The Shortcut” and it arrived on DVD on 9/29.

    So what’s the movie about? Good question. The premise is simple: A group of teens, on their way home from school, come across a rarely-used shortcut. Turns out it’s rarely-used for a reason. An old man who’s owned a farm there his whole life doesn’t take kindly to visitors. And if you think you know what’s coming next, you have no idea.
    “The Shortcut” stars Drew Seeley, the easy-on-the-eyes star of “Another Cinderella Story,” whose music has been featured on the “High School Musical” soundtrack. Katrina Bowden (Cerie on the Emmy-winning “30 Rock”) and Shannon Woodward (FX’s “The Riches”) round out the hot young cast.

    I think your fans will enjoy hearing about this movie, which could be a great date or popcorn flick. If you ’d like some more info on the cast and story, check out theshortcutmovie.com. Also, feel free to email me back if you have any questions or would like to arrange an interview with director Nicholaus Goossen.

    Cheers,

    Mark

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