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Chris Crawford-Team Dad in “Unthinkable” 11/22/2013

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Chris Crawford plays a a soccer dad.  He’s a guy who hasn’t ruled out the possibility of government conspiracies.  During a soccer match he and Marshall Phillips (Randall Paul) discuss rumors of a possible killing that is connected to the CIA.  His character is a bit alarmed by the whole idea,  not only because of what it means to his safety but what it means to the country.   “Team Dad” only wants to gain peace of mind from the uncertainty that the world may be in danger.  Chris feels his character believes in doing the right thing for youth, family, friends and country.  He wants to keep the land of the free and home of the brave a reality.

Chris has been involved in the film industry for the past 3 too 4 years since moving to Portland, Oregon.  It’s a love he didn’t know he had and it keeps growing!!  He states he has been fortunate enough to have been in several local movies with some quality directors and actors.   Mr. Crawford has had roles in Grimm, Leverage and Portlandia!!!  Students at the Portland Art Institute have been lucky enough to have Chris in several short films.

Chris confirms that being in the Portland film industry is awesome!!  An all around wonderful experience.  Without a doubt it is one of his favorite things to do.

The “Unthinkable” cast and crew are a great bunch of people.  He states Eric and his crew are so mellow and easy to work with.  Cast and crew are supportive of each other.  He can’t wait to work with them again.  With that being said, there is an interesting moment he’d like to share.  While on route too a location he ended up getting lost and wound up on the opposite side of town!  Yikes.  Well, he found his way too the set and proceeded to embark on the film adventure.   He states he was glad to meet up with his buddy, Dennis FitzPatrick (Madison), meet Randall Paul (Marshall) and had the pleasure of working with new actors/actresses.  A great film and a great experience!

Shannon Churchwell- Chris in the movie, “Unthinkable” 11/21/2013

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Shannon is a newcomer to the film industry.  He studied theatre in high school  for a year and is a triple threat.  Dancing, singing and acting!  He does it all.

Shannon describes his character in “Unthinkable” as a normal guy who likes soccer.  He’s a bit snotty with his sister, Meghan, but nothing too serious.  What makes him stand out is his interest in his dad’s work, which some may say is boring, but not too Chris!

Shannon has gotten great acting advice from Randall Paul, who plays his dad (Marshall Phillips).  Always ready for the opportunity to improve his acting skills, Shannon is grateful for his mentors.

There’s a lot of laughing on set which has made his time on set fun and memorable.  Shannon states, he would love to work with everyone again and how great they are!!!  Talented and easy to work with, what more can you ask for?!!

UNTHINKABLE 10/04/2013

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What’s Unthinkable – the Government shutdown? Yes, but we have something else in mind. Unthinkable is the title of the new independent film coming from Movies On A Mission. We’ve been in pre-production for the past three weeks and have assembled a kick-ass cast of Portland actors, including Randall Paul (“Eyes Wide Shut”), Dennis Fitzpatrick, Michael Biesanz, Drew Barrios, Deone Jennings and a ton more.
The script is based on actual events – a “murder suicide” according to local police, but possibly a professional assassination according to a well respected investigative journalist.
Want to know more? I’m producing and directing the film, but will jump in when time permits. In the meantime, stand by for updates from filmmaker and Unthinkable participant Laurie Gabriel straight from the trenches.

Peace…

Eric

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