After 14 years in Hollywood and working for Warner Brothers, Fort Worth native Josh Mills has brought his talent and film production company home.READ MORE: Mesquite Police Identify Officer Killed In Shooting, Vigil To Be Held Sunday
Desert Wind Studios blew into Fort Worth last fall with a purpose and perfect timing.
“As it so happens, as we started to make our transition in the fourth quarter of last year, the Fort Worth Film Commission launched” said Executive Director for Desert Wind Studios Steven Camp.
Desert Wind Studios is focused on family-friendly and faith based films with a message. Brother’s Keeper dealt with forgiveness and A Broken Bridge will address grief recovery. Two topics whose timing could not be better given the events of this year.
Their first feature production Brother’s Keeper was distributed in Wal-Mart’s and Target locations across the country. They sold over 100,000 copies since its release in August of 2015.READ MORE: 1 Killed, 3 Injured In Arlington Car Accident
Production begins this fall for their second feature called A Broken Bridge.
Desert Wind Films is holding an launch party tonight at Four Day Weekend in downtown Fort Worth starting at 4 pm. They will have a screening of their first film Brother’s Keeper after the meet and greet. If you are interested in acting, crew or investing in future films, you can RSVP at 817-632-5023.
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