The Independent Short Action/Crime Drama film [KIN] was recently featured in [The Maryland Gazette] !
Hello everyone! The Independent Short Action/Crime Drama film [KIN] was recently featured in The Gazette! This is another wonderful accomplishment for the cast/crew for the film [KIN]! You can check out the feature below and also on The Gazette’a Website at: http://www.gazette.net/article/20111012/NEWS/710129459&template=gazette ! #ThankYou and #StayTuned #Enjoy
Gaithersburg filmmaker honored
Filmmaker Barry Worthington has won another Accolade.
Worthington, founder of Limitless Films, received an award of merit in the Accolade Competition, a Southern California-based film competition, for his short film “Kin,” which was produced in Gaithersburg.
Accolade awards recognize the achievements of film, television, videography and new media professionals. Entries are judged by professionals in the film and television industry.
“Kin” centers around a young man who has lost his brother. Worthington describes it in a press release as “a primal story about the human condition, the struggle between vengeance and righteousness, and the life-changing decisions we have to make.”
Worthington founded Limitless Films in 2010. Other projects include a web series titled “ME/CFS Alert” with journalist Llewellyn King who travels around the globe to learn about myalgic encephalomyelitis, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome.
“Kin” will have a European Premiere at the 2011 Lucerne International Film Festival, Oct. 19 through 22.
Worthington previously won an Accolade award of merit for artistic and technical expertise for his science fiction thriller “River Haven,” filmed around reservoirs in Towson.
For information, visit www.LimitlessFilms.com
Trailer for the Independent Short Action/Crime Drama film [KIN] –