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Christian Borle Stars In SHUTTERFLIES, Screening Today

December 10
2:48 PM 2013

Christian Borle Stars In SHUTTERFLIES, Screening TodayTony Award-winning stage star and increasingly notable screen presence Christian Borle appears in a leading role in the new Indiegogo-funded short film SHUTTERFLIES, which will be shown today in a special screening.

"Everything moves so fast, but I like to stop," says precocious Declan (Hayes Walsh) in the evocative trailer for the 1960s-set murder mystery centering on a young photographer.

The official description of SHUTTERFLIES is as follows: "Shutterflies is the ultimate story of determination and bravery, and it will leave you at The Edge of your seats throughout. It takes place during the late 60's/early 70s, and it's about a young photographer named Declan, who lives his life through his photographs. As he's trying to fix his family struggles, he experiences new problems along the way."

SHUTTERFLIES stars Christian Borle, Hayes Walsh, Rosie Gunther, Andrew Grusetskie and Lily Walsh. It was written and directed by Spencer Muhlstock and Hayes Walsh.

SHUTTERFLIES will be shown today at Bow Tie Warner Theater in Ridgewood, New Jersey at 8:00 PM.

For more information, visit the official Facebook page for the official announcement here.

View the trailer for SHUTTERFLIES below.

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