Art's New Movie Adventure: TIME AND CHARGES...
ACADEMY AWARD winning author Ernest Thompson, center, tell actors in his newest film, “Time and Charges” what he wants them to do during filming of a barn-dance scene Tuesday night at Whitebridge Farm in New Hampton. “Time and Charges” is expected to be released early nest year by Whitebridge Farm Productions, a partner of which is Thompson, who won fame and an Oscar for best adapted screenplay in 1982 as the author of “On Golden Pond.”
N.H. again playing a role in feature film By John Koziol
With a lot of help from its friends, Whitebridge Farm Productions is wrapping up work on what may be the first feature film shot in New Hampshire's Lakes Region since "On Golden Pond" more than 30 years ago.
"Time and Charges," explains Lori Murphy, tell the story of a man - Ernest Thompson - who works on Wall Street hears its siren song and along the way, pursues an investor to New Hampshire where something unusual happens.
A New Hampton resident, Thompson knows a thing or two about the Granite State, having lived here for a number of years. He know how to use the state's captivating scenic beauty as the backdrop for a story just as he did for On Golden Pond, which he wrote and for which he received the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay in 1982.
Thompson has undertaken a number of projects since "On Golden Pond" including forming WFP, which produces "socially conscious independent films and theater projects, offer performing acts-related educational programs and work- ...
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