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Living the Dream was one of twelve short films that premiered on March 25, 2013 at the Expecting Goodness Short Film Festival in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The Expecting Goodness Short Film Festival is a writer’s film festival. Talented South Carolina writers and their stories are connected with emerging and experienced filmmakers across the state of South Carolina to create original short films over a four-month period. This one-of-a-kind project brings literature and film together in a way that engages the larger community of our state and showcases people and places that make South Carolina a creative hotbed.    Read more...



When Greenville writer Terresa Haskew sat down a few years ago to write a short story, she had no idea she’d one day see it played out before her eyes with a film crew. Haskew’s Living the Dream, a slightly supernatural story about a young woman and a bicycle, was one of several stories that was selected for adaptation for the second annual Expecting Goodness Short Film Festival, to be held this Saturday, March 23 in Spartanburg. The film was shot in the Free Times office in Columbia. All together, four of the festival's 12 films were made in and around Columbia. “It was nothing but my imagination that went on that paper a couple of years ago,” Haskew says, “and here it comes back, and it’s like, it’s being born again. You can touch it. It really is amazing.”  Read more...


 

 

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