In Search of Liberty Film Debuts with Public Screening in Savannah

 
 

First Screening of

Entertaining and

Educational Constitution

Movie

Producer and Director Norm Novitsky is bringing his educational dramedy, In Search of Liberty, back to its main filming location of Savannah, Georgia, for the first public screening of the movie. Principal photography for the feature-length film took place in Savannah during June and early July of 2016 with final filming in Columbia, South Carolina. The movie will screen at the historic 199-year-old Savannah Theater, located on Chippewa Square, Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 7 p.m.

Along with some of the cast, extras and local crew who will be attending and celebrating the film’s debut, Novitsky and his marketing and distribution company, IC Liberty Films LLC, are offering free screening tickets to the first 100 people who email scott. insearchofliberty@gmail.com with their name and phone number.

“We felt it was important to come back to where we filmed In Search of Liberty and offer the local community the first opportunity to view what we all worked on together,” said Norm Novitsky, producer and director. “We are so proud of what we accomplished with this movie and we couldn’t have done it without the people of Savannah. We look forward to sharing the movie with everyone Aug. 9!”

In the family friendly movie, a prominent figure from America’s past takes a modern-day family on a series of wild adventures with educational touch points around every corner. With a mix of humor, simplicity, magic and logic, the historical figure opens the family’s eyes to the origins and importance of the U.S. Constitution, how it is being challenged today and what can be done to protect it.

The film features accomplished stage, TV and movie actor Jimmy Hager; Bobby Deen, a familiar face on numerous cooking shows and the son of American celebrity chef Paula Deen; publisher and talented movie, TV and voiceover actress, Karen Boles; and Simone Griffeth, who starred alongside Sylvester Stallone and David Carradine in Death Race 2000. In addition, brother and sister Kayla (No Place in this World, TV’s “Rays Rookies”) and Tyler Huth (No Place in this World, TV’s “Manhunt Unibomber”) have starring roles.

In Search of Liberty will be available for online purchase in DVD, Blu- Ray and HD Digital formats starting Tuesday, Aug. 29. It will also screen at theaters in over twenty cities across the country.

For more information about the film, visit www.insearchofliberty.com.

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