Mainstreet NS | Apr 19, 2013 | 10:34

The Disappeared

Hear how Shandi Mitchell and her cast and crew made a full-length, low budget feature film over the course of fifteen days on a raft, and a couple doreys, out on the ocean about forty minutes off the coast of Lunenburg.

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