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Lost In Sunshine filmmakers Lorie Marsh and Jentrie Chancey

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How many times have you made the same bad choice(s) over and over again, before you realized you weren’t magically going to experience a changed outcome? Did you make a new choice then?

LIS is a story about people running away from themselves in self-destructive ways that many of us recognize: adultery, addiction, workaholism, closeted homosexuality, and denial. It is our highest hope that our audience might come away from LIS inspired to look within themselves and see the power they have to make choices in their lives.

Jentri Chancey studied film at the University of Texas and received a BS in Radio, Television and Film. She began her career doing freelance makeup on a short film in 1998. Later film work includes the features, The Quiet and Jumping Off Bridges. In 2008 Jentri optioned her first feature script, All The Good Ones and began co-producing a feature she wrote and will direct, Lost In Sunshine (2012) with producer, Lorie Marsh.

Lorie Marsh co-founded Storie Productions with filmmakers Kat Candler and Stacy Schoolfield in Austin, Texas. The trio produced Candler’s commissioned short, Pilot & Olo, which aired on PBS, and Candler’s narrative feature, jumping off bridges. jumping off bridges premiered at the 2006 South By Southwest Film festival, was a participant in the 2005 IFP Rough Cuts Lab, and received a 2005 Texas Filmmaker’s Production Fund Grant, a 2007 Prism Award Commendation for Mental Health in Motion Pictures, and a 2007 Heroes in the Fight Award. In the fall of 2006, Storie Productions self-distributed jumping off bridges in 20 theaters across the U.S., teamed with suicide prevention and mental health organizations. It later aired on PBS and is now being distributed through New Day Films.

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