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Locally-produced U.S. Air National Guard's "Wingman Project" Film to Screen in Denver

Directed by MaryLee Herrmann and produced by Kenneth Wajda of Denver Boulder Video, the 13-minute film "Ashley Waits" will screen on Saturday, July 23rd at 7pm at the Colorado Independent Women of Film event in Denver.

"Ashley Waits," a powerful dramatic short directed by MaryLee Herrmann for the U.S. Air National Guard’s Wingman Project (WingmanProject.org)--a suicide prevention campaign for guardsman and their families--is an Official Selection to the Colorado Independent Women of Film event taking place at the Bug Theatre in Denver, from July 21st-23rd.

Kenneth Wajda, the Wingman Project's video coordinator and principle at Denver Boulder Video (DenverBoulderVideo.com), developed, wrote, shot and edited, "Ashley Waits", which tells the story of a woman’s struggle near the edge while her boyfriend is deployed overseas, and of her best friend’s fight to find the courage to confront her and get her help. The film was shot on location in Lyons, Colorado in November, 2010.

"Ashley Waits" will screen on Saturday, July 23rd at 7PM along with the trailer for Herrmann’s award-winning film, "The Necklace," currently playing in film festivals internationally. Tickets for the evening program are $10.  Bug Theatre, 3654 Navajo Street, Denver, CO 80211 | 303.477.9984.