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What's New
Opportunity for MHS Senior Class (2010) members... 
If you haven't heard, NoDak Films is making a movie this summer in North Dakota...

We are shooting our first scene from the movie at this year's Minot High School Graduation Rehearsal and GRADUATION...

The Rehearsal takes place on May 27th...

NoDak Films has a very unique, one-of-a-kind contribution model.

For $100, YOU ARE GUARANTEED:

A role as a non-speaking extra (which means you will see yourself in a movie).

Become a part of movie history (no film has ever been made using our unique $100 individual, business, town contribution model).

Listed in the movie credits as an “Associate Producer”.

Your contribution adds value to North Dakota and helps determine how we market the movie (each contribution strengthens the model and NoDak Films control of distribution).

This is an experience that will last your entire lifetime in the form of a professionally made movie.

Invited to attend a private screening of the movie upon completion and before distribution.

BECAUSE WE ARE ALREADY SHOOTING A SCENE AT THE GRADUATION REHEARSAL and GRADUATION -- ANY MINOT HIGH SENIOR CLASS MEMBER THAT CONTRIBUTES $100 BEFORE May 27th WILL AUTOMATICALLY APPEAR IN THE SCENE, WHICH WILL APPEAR IN THE MOVIE...

IT'S AS SIMPLE AS THAT -- CONTRIBUTE AND YOU'RE IN, CLASS OF 2010

(CLICK HERE) to fill out a confirmation form or direct paypal contribution to see yourself in a North Dakota movie.

Hurry, you only have until May 27th

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Join us with a $100 contribution, this summer -- 2010 
We just got started



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Six(C) 


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CINUPHAX 
Where passion and product implementation go hand-in-hand.




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Something bothers me... 
Something bothers me about Avatar vs. a movie called Delgo. I don't know what, but something.

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Thank you Kelly and the Examiner online... 
From Examiner.com

Click on the link below to view the article

NoDak Films brings 21st Century filmmaking online - Part 1

NoDak Films and 21st Century filmmaking online - Part 2

NoDak Films and 21st Century filmmaking online - Part 3



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$100 over a lifetime 
via Facebook



via Youtube





Individual, Business, or Town

Production begins soon, Movie history follows



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And the winners are... 


In case you forgot, anyone who contributed during the month of February automatically signed up to win a gift basket comprised of over $300 in items donated by NoDak Films Business Contributors...

The items included:

Chug A Lug Bar, Landa ND (Gift Certificate) -- $25

Minot Garage Door, Minot ND (Gift Certificate) -- $100

'Lefse: A Scandinavation Delicacy' Book -- $12

4 Bottles of Wine, Casselton ND (Maple River Winery) -- $56

Honey and other Products, Linton ND (A Touch of Honey) -- $30

Hats and shirts, Bismarck ND (Mad Knuk Enterprises) -- $40

'A Good Dose Of God' Book -- $15

Office Express Inc., Killdeer ND (Gift Certificate) -- $20

Dakota Steel Art Spinner, Mantador ND -- $15

Nate West CD's, various ND locations -- $16

Twin Buttes Trading Post, Twin Buttes ND (Gift Certificate) -- $25

CONGRATULATIONS TO: Shantel Lang of Strasburg, ND

*a parent/guardian over the age of 21 must except wine and bar certificate

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Now hear this... 


It all started and now we're ready to begin...

Thank you to the nearly 400 North Dakotans who came out to audition...

As told to you during auditions, you may be perfect for a speaking role in a future NoDak Film...

I want to keep making movies in North Dakota and I will need your help so please stay in touch and support NoDak Films...

So let's make movie history together...

I could use every cheesy cliched phrase in the book, but instead I'm going to use a quote from my favorite movie:

"untutored and untouched until supper"

That is my North Dakota and I know folks who don't eat until after the kid's go to bed...

I'm excited for what is next.


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Thank you Mr. Johnson and the Grand Forks Herald 


Nathan Carpenter said he thought 8 a.m. was a little early for an audition, yet he was one of 18 people who were out early to answer a casting call by Nathan Anderson, owner and founder of NoDak Films.

Anderson plans to produce the movie “Last Summer for Boys” this summer in North Dakota. He said up until Friday, about 250 people had read for 30 speaking roles at auditions in Ray, Minot, Linton and Bismarck.

“This is the best morning turnout I’ve had in the two weeks I’ve been here,” Anderson said of those gathered in a meeting room at UND’s REAC 1 Building.

“I didn’t know they made movies in North Dakota, that they just made them in Hollywood,” Carpenter said. “When he said no experience was required, that fit my profile.”

Jenny Morris has had more experience, having recently been the lead in the Fire Hall Theatre production of “The Bad Seed.” She said she’s also been in three movies.

“I’m up for any scene he wants me to read,” Morris said.

“It’s one of those things you think, ‘Man, that’d be so awesome to do, but I’m from North Dakota; that’s not a practical job,’” said Jenna Hall, a UND student from Belcourt, N.D. “What do I have to lose?”

One by one, Anderson took each person down the hall to a separate room for a private reading of a selection from the script. Each was told there would be more opportunities.

“I plan to keep making movies in North Dakota,” Anderson told them. “If you’re not right for a role in this movie, you may be perfect for the next.”

Fundraising

Anderson has been asking North Dakota individuals, businesses and towns to contribute $100 to the production of the movie. Anderson said people cast as extras will be listed in the credits as associate producers, as will businesses that contribute products. The product information will be put on the NoDak Films Web site, www.nodakfilms.com. Town landmarks will be placed in the movie, provided they’re from a community of fewer than 5,000 people.

“There have been close to 200 contributions from over 40 towns and cities,” Anderson said. The contributors range from 14-year-old farm kids to former Gov. Ed Schafer, Agriculture Secretary Roger Johnson and former Attorney General Heidi Heitkamp. Each contributor will receive monthly newsletters and be invited to a private screening of the movie.

Anderson is finishing auditions in Fargo this weekend. He said by the end of February or the beginning of March, he’ll invite some of the actors to read a couple more scenes during another round of casting in April or May.

“I’ve definitely seen some actors that I thought, wow, perfect, and I’ve had callbacks to people I’ve liked to read other parts of the script,” Anderson said. “But there are no guarantees.”

The story

“Last Summer for Boys” will be set in Plaza, N.D., where Anderson grew up before his family moved to Minot when he was [14] years old.

“I spent my imaginative years in Plaza, and they were wonderful,” Anderson said. “My dad was a pastor, so I grew up not on but near a farm. I’ve kind of romanticized about farms, so this movie will highlight the agriculture sector in North Dakota.”

The script tells the story of a young North Dakota man fresh from a college degree and with a new job in Minneapolis who leaves the combine for a cubicle. The burden of leaving the farm never leaves him, and he ends up back in the small North Dakota farm town of his youth, where he struggles with the girl he left, the friends he lost touch with and the tough choices he will make before they make him.

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