Shooting The Breeze Sailing Podcast Episode 25, The Women behind the Indy flick "June, Adrift"

by JeffreyWettig | April 23rd, 2015

June, Adrift

Welcome to the 25th episode of the Shooting the Breeze Sailing Podcast, featuring three young women living in LA that wrote, produced, and acted in an Indy Flick shot around the Upper Chesapeake Bay, which has the three characters escaping a post college reality and trying to build a small sailboat on the bay, a project started in youth and never finished. Amanda McCann, Christine Moore, and Cassie Ramoska, three young women living and working in the industry in LA, Acting, Writing, and Producing, came together on this feature film project in 2013 and have now finished the film and are making the rounds on the Film Festival circuit. Recently screened at the Maryland Film Festival in Hagerstown, MD, distribution for the film is in the works, and will hopefully be screened locally at some point in the near future.
I was able to catch up with the ladies a few weeks back on a skype call and getpegasus_sunset2_logo a sense of what it’s like to produce a feature film from nugget of inspiration to finished product on the big screen. Many local Chesapeake Bay area fans and friends have been a part of the production, and the film captures a slice of life on the Northern Bay, in and around the Elkton and Chesapeake City, MD area’s.
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A scene from the Indy movie feature “June, Adrift”


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