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The Spirit Game - the film Behind The Scenes

Check out this fascinating first look at the Making of THE SPIRIT GAME

This short film is based on the book WE HEAR THE DEAD written by Dianne K. Salerni
The Spirit Game - Behind the Scenes — with Katie Boland, Raine Maida, Craig Goodwill, David Sparky Sparkes, Charles Shaughnessy, Lesley Krueger,Charles Shaughnessy, Gale Harold, Katie Boland,Liberty Ross, Katharine Isabelle, Amy Green,Chantal Kreviazuk and Gale Harold Worldwide Fans Forum.

Director/Producer @craiggoodwill working with cast members @C_Shaughnessy and @Katie_Isabelle on the set of his new film The Spirit Game. Follow on twitter at — with Charles Shaughnessy, Craig Goodwill andKatharine Isabelle.


  1. Looks very interesting . Hope to see it soon!

  2. The video introduction was awesome. I look forward to seeing this film. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  3. Wow! I'll have to share this with my colleagues who are from Rochester. Meanwhile, while I wait for the movie, I'll have to buy and read the book that served as the inspiration for this movie (after all, it IS a history book).

  4. I assume the answer is "We don't know, but we'll be sure to tell you all", but since this is a "short" film, it doesn't sound like it will be in mainstream theatres. Is there a planned release for it, and will we all be able to view it? Looks like a great project.

  5. Way to go Charlie! Neat role that sounds really cool! Excited to check it out! PS Happy Inauguration Day!


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