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Press Releases

Printable Press Releases about Counterfeit Cow Productions Projects and Employees!


The “Women Only” Project is Holding a KickStarter Campaign until, April 12th 2015.


The Women Only Project KickStarter Campaign will raise funds for nearly 100 female filmmakers to collaborate on 5 projects throughout New England. he WOP was created by Sari Gagnon at Counterfeit Cow Productions, in 2015, to create equal opportunities for women...


The WOP is Auditioning for FIVE short films!


If you've ever wanted perform, here's your opportunity to be in the first WOP collaboration films. They’re looking for Women Only.


The WOP’s first order of business? Scripts!


Your script could be the first to be produced by the new WOP collaboration. They’re looking for scripts with strong dialogue about women’s issues, giving a voice to female writers.


“THE MARSHALL TAPES” Pilot Being Filmed In Amherst, MA This Weekend.


The series pilot, written by Director, Matt Heron-Duranti, is about a camera crew who are investigating a haunted house. In the story the characters are investigating the whereabouts of two paranormal researchers who went missing in the haunted house, leaving behind nothing but mysterious audio recordings.


YOU could be in an official George Harrison music video!


Counterfeit Cow Productions is currently filming a music video submission for a George Harrison song, the theme of the video is "the meaning of life".


Counterfeit Cow Productions will be participating in a 48hr Film Project!


The 48 Hour Film Project comes to New Haven on the weekend of July 25 - 27, 2014. Filmmakers from all over the state of Connecticut will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go up against films from around the world.


Local Filmmakers Create Social Change with “Cow Statue” and their Moovie!


On September 7, 2013, 3:30pm Kendrick Park: Counterfeit Cow Productions, creators of “Homeless in a College Town” documentary, will unveil an outreach statue of a COW, as a gift to the local Amherst homeless shelter, during A Night of Wonder: Carnival.


The filmmakers are gaining first-hand experience of what it’s like to live in a college town without a home.


Visiting tent communities, and working with local organizations that provide services for those who have been hit hard by the economic down fall, documenting the efforts the town and the citizens have put towards helping those who are struggling.


"Homeless in a College Town" documentary


"There’s a phenomenon sweeping the Nation." says Sari Gagnon – Director of Homeless in a College Town. "Amherst, MA is home of the flagship school for the University of Massachusetts, and two other colleges, Hampshire College, and Amherst College."

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