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PROJECTING FILM: The Vault (Killing Zoe meets The Usual Suspects)

On the first episode of PROJECTING FILM we open up Dan Bush's THE VAULT, a new film starring James Franco and Francesca Eastwood about a bank heist gone wrong. If that sounds familiar, well... trust us when we say that this film has a twist. And if you can't trust your hosts Chris Maynard and Michael Denniston (why would you?), then trust our guest Margo D. from the BOOK VS. MOVIE podcast who gives us her reaction to this new film that she was previously unaware of. Hopefully you share her enthusiasm as we attempt to use two older films to illuminate why you should check out some of the best that indie film has to offer.

ALSO we decide on Chris' new Twitter handle of MrVanilla, but as of yet Mike is undecided on rebranding. Send us your suggestions here:

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Email us suggestions on indie films you are looking forward to at projectingfilm@gmail.com

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