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The Shadow of the Bear - Movie DVD

  • The student production of The Shadow of the Bear
  • This product available only from Chesterton Press!
  • Hannah Johnston as Blanche in the Shadow of the Bear student production
  • Hannah Johnston as Blanche and Jed Mathre as Bear in the Shadow of the Bear student production
  • Anthony Brown as Fish and Sharayah Bunce as Rose in the Shadow of the Bear student production
  • Sharayah Bunce as Rose and Hannah Johnston as Blanche in the Shadow of the Bear student production
  • Sharayah Bunce as Rose in the Shadow of the Bear student production
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Only available at Chesterton Press!

This student film production is based on the book, The Shadow of the Bear, by Regina Doman. The DVD is a rough cut of the movie directed by Elizabeth Hausladen and featuring Jed Mathre, Hannah Johnston, Sharayah Bunce, and Anthony Brown.

PLEASE NOTE:
This was a student production. The audio and video may not be of the highest quality. The DVD will arrive in a paper sleeve, not a plastic case.

PLEASE DO NOT POST THE DVD ONLINE!

Please don't post any portions of this DVD online. Why not? Posting the movie online might very well jeopardize our attempts to either finish this movie or to have a further movie made of The Shadow of the Bear. So please don't share them online! Thanks for understanding!

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  1. Rough Copy of "The Shadow of the Bear"

    Posted by T. Marie on 9th Feb 2014

    Well, it was a rough cut for sure. I really thought the girls were much like how I imagined them from when I read the book. Bear was pretty good. I thought Fish wasn't as laid back as I imagined him to be. He didn't seem to have the dry humor as much as in the book. I really liked the ending though and thought Fish's dry humor was perfect (there) and Rose's skipping was perfect and so was Bear and Blanche. It would be neat to have it polished up. How awesome would it be to have all Regina's books made into movies?!