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|Air: The Musical|
|Directed by||Jeremy Osbern|
|Produced by||Chris Blunk, Jeremy Osbern|
|Written by||Jeremy Osbern, Chris Blunk|
Dylan Paul Hilpmann
|Music by||Steve Unruh|
|Edited by||Mark von Schlemmer|
Through A Glass Productions
|Distributed by||Cinema Epoch|
Air: The Musical is an independent feature film directed by Jeremy Osbern and starring Ian Stark, Megan Carter, Granvile O'Neal, Brenda Harvey, Dylan Paul Hilpmann, and Jennifer Coville.The film received screenings in 2007 and 2008, and was officially released to DVD on 6 April 2010. AIR: The Musical was filmed and produced in Lawrence, Kansas between the years of 2004 and 2008.
The film follows six individuals, all of whom are struggling to find their place in the world.
The Newton Kansan wrote a favorable review for Air: The Musical, stating "Every Kansan needs to see this movie — if only to reinforce the idea there are talented people right here where we live."The film was featured as the cover story of issue #58 of Indie Slate Magazine.
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