HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Tonight will mark the premiere of one of the most talked about films of 2017 and it’s directed by Clearfield County’s own, Spencer T. Folmar.
Folmar and his feature film “Generational Sins” are making national headlines and quickly becoming an industry-shaker causing controversial conversation among his peers.
“Generational Sins” exposes the moral obscenities of real-life that will speak to all audiences. The film’s covert religious tone is inspiringly faith-positive but not faith-based.
Folmar and executive producer, Thurman Mason, believe shifting the focus of the film away from the term faith-based to what they call Hard-Faith will help the message of the film not get lost in translation and reach a broader audience.
This highly anticipated film stars Australian actor Daniel MacPherson (Drew Caldwell), Dax Spanogle (Will Caldwell), Barrett Donner (Rachel Williams) and Bill Farmer (Sheriff Randall).
Folmar felt it important to shoot “Generational Sins” in Clearfield County, where he grew up. The film explores recognizable backdrops featuring many local structures and locations.
The two-night event starts tonight:
Thursday, Oct. 5
Red-Carpet World Premiere with Cast and Crew
Historic Rowland Theatre, 127 N. Front St., Philipsburg
The Red Carpet starts at 6 p.m.; the show starts at 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 6
Red Carpet Nation-wide Premiere
The Strand Theater, 119 N. Main St., Zelienople, PA
Tickets are available at The Strand Theater or call 724-742-0400. Doors open will open at 6:30 p.m.
Both premieres will stream live on Facebook and will have cast and crew, including Folmar, on the Red Carpet tonight, and he will be speaking pre- show time. You can join live on Facebook here.