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UPDATE: Christopher Scott Cherot Lives!

A few weeks ago I posted a "missing persons" alert for Hav Plenty writer/director, Christopher Scott Cherot (You can read that entry HERE).

Yesterday, reader Naoe posted a comment with a link to a press release from July detailing Mr Cherot's current adventures - a film called The Untitled Bathroom Project, described as a "don’t-judge-a-book-by-it’s-cover comedy about one woman’s unforgettable experience in a ladies’ bathroom." I'm assuming it's a feature-length production, but the press release doesn't say.

The film, which will be funded with "financial support from family, friends, colleagues and business associates," is set to begin shooting this fall, under the umbrella of 2 newly formed indie production shingles - Apphia Productions, created by Délé Ogundiran and NeW•YiLLy Entertainment run by Adenrele Ojo - both Los Angeles-based movie producers.


No other info was provided, but you can read the entire press release here:
Untitled Bathroom Project.

2 comments:

  1. aircoop said...
     

    I am so glad that you posted this. I was wondering what happened to him as well. Hav Plenty is one of my favorites and I was/am looking forward to seeing more of his work. Thanks for the update. Oh, and I just LOVE your blog!

  2. Anonymous said...
     

    Good article.

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