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Thursday, October 11, 2012

One Heart Looking for Extras!



Dallas, TX – The ONE HEART movie is looking for fans of all ages to serve as extras in key scenes in the film, on October 17, at Grapevine Faith Stadium in Grapevine, TX.

Director, Mark Ellis will be recreating the emotional and inspirational, special game that has launched a movement and inspired millions. The night will be filled with entertainment, food, giveaways and other excitement.

Based on real-life events, One Heart tells the amazing story of a 2008 high school football game between Grapevine Faith School and the Gainesville State School, a maximum-security juvenile facility. They were two groups from diverse backgrounds whose paths crossed to create life-changing hope and inspiration for those on both sides of the ball. Two teams, two cultures, One Heart. The movie is being produced by Eterné Films in association with Birchwood Pictures.

“One Heart is a powerful story that is already impacting troubled kids right where we live and all across America,” said Jason Witten, All-Pro tight end for the Dallas Cowboys.

Special Volunteer Extras Night

When: Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012
Where: Grapevine Faith Stadium
729 E Cannon St Grapevine, TX 76051
Time: 6p-12a

Registration: Each person coming must register at OneHeartMovie.com/extras.

Wardrobe: Please wear RED and bring optional clothing in BLACK. Please avoid wearing clothing with logos, wording or anything that says “One Heart.” You may bring clothing with “Faith” or clothing from Grapevine Faith School. In addition, please pay attention to the weather, as it might be necessary to wear warm clothing.

Commitment: Participants need to be able to stay during the entire filming session.

Compensation: Participants will not be compensated, but there will be giveaways throughout the night.

Process: During the filming participants will be asked to follow various instructions given by the Director, which will include cheering on cue, and from time to time moving around the stadium. Some will be invited to be on the field. Simply bring a great attitude and get ready for loads and loads of fun!

Children: Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult.

Media: One Heart Director Mark Ellis, and Producers Steve Riach and Larry Frenzel can be available for interviews upon request.


Mark Ellis, Director, has been a leader in scripted sports action for Hollywood productions for over 20 years. Mark has directed Oscar winning actors and Hall of Fame athletes in over 40 movies grossing more than one billion dollars at the box office. Films he has worked on include “The Rookie”, “Miracle”, “Invincible”, “The Longest Yard”, “Radio”, and “We Are Marshall”. He's also collaborated on multiple TV projects and commercial development. Mark played college football at Appalachian State and graduated from the University of South Carolina.

Steve Riach, Producer/Screenwriter, is a veteran filmmaker and award-winning producer and writer. He has over 25 years experience in film and television, working with some of the most prominent names in sports, and has produced and written numerous award-winning documentaries.

Larry Frenzel, Producer/Screenwriter, is a producer, writer and attorney, with extensive experience in development, production and distribution. His producing credits include “The Lightkeepers” (producer) and “Grace Unplugged” (producer), coming 2013.

Eterné Films develops and produces independent films and other intellectual properties containing virtuous content that inspires, informs, and entertains.

Birchwood Pictures produces and distributes independent films that provoke thought and instill hope through moving, redemptive and entertaining stories.

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