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The Kansan - Newton, KS
  • Indpendent film giving away land

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  • A small independent movie, which is currently showing at Newton's Chisholm Trail 8, is promiting itself by giving way  five acres  land in Taos, New Mexico.
    Each ticket to the movie Ghost Phone, a dark and romantic comedy showing through Dec. 19 in participating Mitchell Theatres. Every movie-goer who sees it has a chance to win five acres in Taos, New Mexico.
    The land sits atop the mystical mountaintop of Cerro Montoso, home of the historic Taos Talking Pictures Filmmaker’s Colony. Filmmaker Jeffrey F. Jackson is no stranger to land giveaways, awarding five-acre land grants to innovative filmmakers during the original run of the Talking Picture Film Festival..
    Each ticket sold to GHost Phone  will have a unique tracking number on it that will serve as the patron’s raffle ticket.  Dec. 23,the winning ticket will be drawn at random on the Taos Town Plaza by Taos Mayor Darren Cordova and announced online at www.taoslandandfilm.com. It will be the winning ticket holder’s responsibility to contact TLFC and present their matching half of the winning ticket stub.
    Ghost Phone was produced and directed by Jeffrey F. Jackson through his production company, Taos Land & Film Co. LLC (TLFC), which funds their productions through land development in Taos, NM. For more personal details and goals of the company, please visit www.taoslandandfilm.com. For publicity photos: jeff@taoslandandfilm.com
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