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Rising Independent Filmmakers Premiering Sequel To Award-winning Short Film!

July 14, 2016

Mental Imagery Films
1457 Brampton Cove
Wellington, FL, 33414
(561) 578-9116

For More Information:
Raymond Knudsen
PR Director
(561) 578-9116
[email protected]


Up and coming independent filmmakers premiering sequel to award winning short film

West Palm Beach, Florida - 14th July 2016 - Completing an independent feature film with a crew of three people sounds like an impossible task for any young filmmaker. This team wasn’t phased one bit. Local aspiring award winning director, Raymond Knudsen, will be premiering his first feature length film in Wellington, Florida this August. The film is titled, Pure, which is the sequel to the award winning short film called Clean, which won Best Short Narrative at the 2012 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. The film follows a rehabilitating drug addict through his journey of  recovery, greed, and addiction.

Knudsen, who is the writer, producer, and director of this project, has been heavily involved throughout Palm Beach County’s film scene as a former intern at the Palm Beach Film and Television Commission, 2014 Burt Reynolds Scholarship winner, and winner at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Student Showcase of Films. 

Knudsen ( pictured above, second from right and holding award) and his team of young promising filmmakers in Wally Aime and Jesse J. Miller stresses the importance in sticking with your artistic vision, even during tough times. “The beginning of our production turned into a near disaster. Our film had to stop shooting for almost half a year due to the crew schedules with young adult obligations like college, work, etc. The odds were certainly against getting our film back on track. I know this film has a strong combination of character development, story, and visual effects. This film makes an impact on the lives of not only individuals who can relate to a story of drug addiction, but aspiring artists around the world who need an example to never give up on your vision. “I am very proud of this team of artists and that we’re going to be able to show the community what we’re made of,” Knudsen says.

Knudsen and his team plan to screen Pure at Wellington’s Cinema 8 on August 4th at 6:30PM. Admission is free and the team encourages the entire community to join them. The premiere will be sponsored by Romeo’s Italian Cuisine of Wellington.

Wellington Cinema 8: 13881 Wellington Trace, Wellington, FL 33414