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The Removals Premiere, and Nicholas Rombes on Story Evolution



Tickets are now on sale for the premiere of The Removals, a movie written and directed by Nicholas Rombes, at the Wexner Center for the Arts on May 4! Get yours here.

The Removals, a Two Dollar Radio Moving Picture, written and directed by Nicholas RombesAs the premiere draws nigh, we'll be releasing a couple behind the scenes features, as well as a third and final trailer.

The above video is a scene from The Removals, with an interview with Rombes discussing how the story and script evolved through the course of the movie's production.

Following the premiere at the Wexner Center, The Removals will be released through VOD outlets on May 17.

The Removals stars Milly Sanders and Jeff Wood, Andrew Sensenig, Joe Justus, and Scott McClanahan.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 13 April, 2016 Nicholas Rombes, TDRFilm, The Removals, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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