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Posted by:Jul 13th 2004, 12:59:04 pm
Fig Tree News TeamJuly 09, 2004 - 13:06
''Blind'': The Movie
Local film production company in final stages of production of movie.

As the Bahamas First International Film Festival begins to gain momentum, movies and filmmakers alike are starting to steal the spotlight. Two of those filmmakers are Sharad Lightbourne and Devron Pinder, cousins and co-founders of Diplight Media, a production company that specializes in graphic design, films, and other media. Their first project is a film called ‘Blind’, which is to be entered in the Bahamas International Film Festival to be held in December.

Blind is a love story that involves two people who share the same imaginary thoughts about the person who is “right” for them. They both exist in different environments, but sometimes they share the same space. Neither one knows how the other feels, nor realizes that they often cross paths regularly. Blind is not a typical love story where its starts off “once upon a time” and ends “happily ever after”... this movie is a cliff hanger.

Jay (Tarran Taylor) has a mellow personality and he is depressed because he can’t seem to find the right woman. Sky (Aja Moss) has a vibrant personality, yet she is looking for someone who will bring some excitement to her life. They both have been hurt in the past so each has a tainted image of the opposite sex.

Blind was written, directed, and produced by Sharad Lightbourne and Devron Pinder. Kurt Moss is the music supervisor and Cameron Clarke is the technical supervisor.

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