West Columbia, SC, December 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Brian Rish and Jocelyn Rish, the writers and producers of “Saying Goodbye,” a short drama from production company Death Cat Entertainment, invite everyone to stop by their website (http://www.sayinggoodbyemovie.com) for a special holiday surprise.
Set for release in early 2010, “Saying Goodbye” tells the story of Alma, a woman in her eighties who arrives at a nursing home lost and depressed after losing her family unexpectedly. Eunice, a saucy fellow resident, befriends Alma and teaches her how to enjoy life again. Now years later, the nursing home’s mysterious death predicting cat has his sights set on Eunice, and Alma learns that having the chance to say goodbye doesn’t make loss any easier. And before it is Alma’s own time to go, she is determined to find a way to bring happiness to a kind-hearted nurse who is like a surrogate daughter.
Saying Goodbye, is a winner of the SC Film Commission’s Production Fund and was produced as a collaborative project between the University of South Carolina, Trident Technical College, local production company Genesis Creative and the SC Film Commission.
The project brings together many talented professionals (for a complete listing of cast and crew, visit http://www.sayinggoodbyemovie.com/content/cast-crew). These experts in their respective fields were committed to mentoring the students involved in the project and helping them learn via hands-on experience.
Filming took place in October of 2009 at Agapé Senior in West Columbia, SC, where many residents and staff enjoyed being extras.
For more information about this independent film, to view the holiday surprise, and to become a Facebook Fan of the movie, visit http://www.sayinggoodbyemovie.com