Written on July 27, 2018 by Kathleen Bowen
Our Outlaws of Ravenhurst Premiere was a smashing hit. What a wonderful time we all had! Castle Ravenhurst (a.k.a. Noz Kasteel) was a perfect venue, and we were honored to have Mr. and Mrs. Noz in attendance. The movie Outlaws of Ravenhurst was directed, written and performed by Catholic children for Catholic children and children at heart.
If you couldn't make it to the Outlaws of Ravenhurst premiere or want to reminisce, Mary has edited an event video:
This family friendly event featured classy concessions, a directing Q&A, a hugely successful silent auction and the highlight of the evening of meeting and hearing Mr. Jim Morlino, the director of the War of the Vendee's speech about the importance of reclaiming the culture through the arts. This is an issue near and dear to my heart which makes me all the more proud of what my daughters, Mary Beth and Faustina, have accomplished through their first full length movie: Outlaws of Ravenhurst.
The main event was very awesome as well. The children sat in the front row and were thrilled to see themselves on the big screen. After minor technical difficulties and many desperate prayers the movie turned out great and got rave reviews from the audience.
I'd like to thank everyone who came out to our big premiere! All the work was nothing compared to the joy we felt in sharing this very special evening with you.
So, what do you think of the event video and the event itself? We'd love to hear from you!
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