“BUCKSVILLE” is Chel White’s debut feature film. It stars Thomas Stroppel, Tom Berenger, and Ted Rooney, and is co-written by Laura McGie. Set in a small wooded town, it is the fictional story of a young man who struggles to leave a secret militia started by his family. A thinking person’s vigilante film, BUCKSVILLE twists together the timely topics of ethics, capital punishment, and gun control rights.
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“A dark, intriguing film.” -Waterfront Film Festival
“An intelligent, thought-provoking and engaging thriller.” -VideoViews
“Haunting and frank, (Bucksville) ponders the fine line between good and evil in a rural setting that is both beautiful and dark.” -Ashland Independent Film Festival
“A stand out… (Bucksville) is a fictional, but all too real, look at extremist militias in the United States and the extent to which some of them go to carry out their ‘missions.” -Kansas City Star
Best Narrative Feature, 2012 Kansas City Film Festival
Best Lead Actor, 2012 Madrid International Film Festival
Best First Feature, 2012 Worldfest Houston
Second Place Narrative Feature Film Award, 2012 Athens International Film Festival
Silver Award Narrative Feature Film, 2012 Lucerne International Film Festival
Official Selection, 2012 Brooklyn Film Festival
Official Selection, 2013 Berlin Independent Film Festival
Trailer also viewable on YouTube.
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LIVE WIRE RADIO: Chel White discusses Bird of Flames, Harrowdown Hill and his feature film Bucksville