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If this is not allowed please feel free to remove.  

My friend, Stefanie, is an associate producer of the film and is a rising star.    COLD NOVEMBER (2016)
Set on the Iron Range, Cold November follows 12-year old Florence through her first deer hunt, a traditional rite of passage in her Minnesotan family. With the guidance of her mother, grandmother, and aunt, Florence discovers and accepts the path she must take toward adulthood while living through the aftermath of a recent family trauma.

Cold November is being made in Northern Minnesota and needs some help from Minnesotans.  They are conducting a KickStarter Campaign for $25,000.

 Here's how you can help,

1.      Visit  Kickstarter page and pledge what you can: www.coldnovemberfilm.com

2.      Find  on social media: FacebookTwitterInstagram

3.      Join the mailing list: www.coldnovemberfilm.com/list 

I figured fellow hunters could get behind this movie - and with Deer Hunting next weekend its perfect timing. 

 

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leech~~

What ever happened to this?  Did they make the movie and if so where can it be seen now? 

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tealitup

This was the last email I received:

 

World Premiere at CPH:PIX Buster 

The world premiere of Cold November will happen with 2 screenings in Copenhagen with a special event featuring local hunting celebrity and educator "Wildman" David Carsten Pedersen:

-Premiere screening on September 27th at 10:00 am, Palads Theater 
-Encore screening on September 27th at 11:30 pm, Palads Theater
-I will be in attendance with lead and Actress Bijou Abas 

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North American Premiere at Woodstock Film Festival 

The North American premiere of Cold November will bring the film to the woodsy wonderland of Woodstock. It's a perfect time to get out of the city and see upstate New York at its most beautiful.

-Premiere screening on October 13th, at 4:00 m, Upstate Theater, Woodstock 
-Second screening on October 14th at 7:00 pm, Upstate Theater II, Rhinebeck
-I will be in attendance along with Bijou Abas, Anna Klemp, Pete Ohs and Kubilay Uner

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Midwest Premiere at the Twin Cities Film Fest 

It's exciting to be bringing the film back to the state that spawned it, and right at the 2 year anniversary of shooting it in Northern Minnesota. This will be our hometown premiere, so expect it to be a great crowd with attendance by most of the people who made the movie happen.

-One and only premiere screening on Saturday, October 21st, at 7ish pm (exact time TBD), ShowPlace ICON Theatre in St. Louis Park, MN.
-Much if not all of the cast and crew will be in attendance. This will be a fun one. Special limited edition goodies will be available for raffle and purchase

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More dates, locations and events will be announced in the coming months, including our expansion into a theatrical release this January!

Talk to you all soon. Looking forward to seeing you at the theater!

-Karl

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The first post was 2015, you would think it would have hit Utube by now?

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tealitup

Right!  I am greatly disappointed.  I donated for the cause :(

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I like to watch these kinds of movies to see if they portray a love for hunting or Anti-hunting?  I looked up the actress Bijou Abas and found this movie cover-picture.  So may be they made something?

Just found this on-line. Looks like it's coming out next week?

Plot synopsis:
“Deep in the wilderness of rural middle America, 12-year-old Florence is eager to undergo the rite-of- passage of her first deer hunt. A tradition passed down through many generations of women in her family, the act of killing a deer symbolizes the transition into adulthood. As Florence is taught how to shoot a gun and skin a deer, she gains a deeper understanding of life and death. When Florence finds herself alone during a hunt, however, expectations dissolve into chaos as she must rely on her instinct and training to follow through with her decisions, pull herself together, and face becoming an adult.”

 

Let’s hope the little girl will make it out alive!

The release date of the movie Cold November is set to October 20, 2017.

 

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