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Trent Dawson's "The Six" Headed to the Festival Circuit

If you have been following this blog for a while you may recall that last August I chatted with As the World Turns Alum Trent Dawson (Henry) about the film he was working on called The Six.

The film, which is based off of his play The F, has now been completed and is headed to the festival circuit.

Donations for The Six are still being accepted, which will help bring the film to the big screen.

To learn more about The Six and to see the film's trailer visit the website at https://trentdawson325.wixsite.com/thesix.

A facebook page has also been set up for the film at https://www.facebook.com/trentdawson325/ so be sure to give it a like.

You can make a donation through the film's Go Fund Me at https://www.gofundme.com/supportTheF




Check out last year's interview with Trent below:


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