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Say Hello To Clive For Me

Debut screening April 11, 2006. Click here to enter the site.

 

"Multiple Homicide Shocks North Side (CHICAGO, IL) | An area resident stumbled upon an apparent multiple homicide while jogging in Gompers Park on Chicago’s North Side early Sunday morning. The witness said she was drawn to the scene by a small dog that resembled her missing terrier attacking an empty bowling bag in the parking lot. As she approached the scene, she discovered several bodies, one of them badly beaten, next to an abandoned vehicle. A police spokesperson declined to comment on the identities of the bodies, but confirmed that all but one of the victims had been shot. Smith noted that the scene was littered with unused printer paper and several empty bowling bags. As of Sunday evening, no other witnesses have come forward, and the District Attorney’s office has placed a gag order on the investigation. However, a source in the coroner’s office suggested a connection to local organized crime families. Police are offering a reward for any information leading to an arrest."


Say Hello To Clive For Me is the story of five aspiring criminals who, with the help of a local delivery runner, stumble on the biggest heist of their young careers, only to find themselves caught in a spiraling game of cat and mouse with a local crime family. Premieres April 11, 2006.

 

 

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Back Burner Films was founded in 2005 by Steven Luce and David Frisk as a community of creative professionals and independent filmmakers in Chicago, Illinois, who share a commitment to telling quality stories through film. We believe that good storytelling is limited only by the size of one's imagination, and not the size of one's budget. And sometimes, smaller really is better.

 

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Back Burner Films is proud to work with the following organizations in the making of our own films, and in promoting and equipping the film community in Chicago: The City of Chicago Mayor's Office of Special Events, The Chicago Film Office, The Chicago Park District, The Chicago Police Department, and Beyer Insurance Agency.

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

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