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An Interview with Nicholas Rombes



Gearing up for the release of our second feature film at Two Dollar Radio, THE REMOVALS—which premieres on May 4 at the Wexner Center for the Arts a few weeks ahead of its VOD release on May 17—here is a video interview with writer and director of the movie, Nicholas Rombes.

If you're remotely close to Columbus, you should come to the premiere! Here's the facebook event.

For more on The Removals, and to watch the two trailers released so far, head here.

 

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 06 April, 2016 Nicholas Rombes, TDRFilm, The Removals, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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