DuBois, PA – This Friday, watch as one Pennsylvania filmmaker tells the story of grief, loss, becoming an adult, and the relationships that either build you up or tear you apart.

The film “Potential Inertia” will be shown as part of NAFCo’s monthly film screening, this Friday at 7:30 at the Reitz Theater in DuBois.

Tickets are $5, and proceeds benefit the Northern Appalachian Film Collective, which strives to bring more filmmaking into our area.

“Potential Inertia” is about 1 hour and 18 minutes long. Because of strong language, this film is recommended for mature audiences only. It tells the story of Declan Holmes, who is having a hard time as he graduates college, only to experience a loss like he has never felt before.

The film was written, directed, and produced by Oil City filmmaker Matt Croyle and his film company One Fish Media.

Listen to the full interview with Matt Croyle.

Matt will conduct a Question and Answer session after the film showing. Matt also is the host of the annual Oil Valley Film Festival held in Oil City in September.

Learn more about the Potential Inertia film at its IMDb page and its Facebook page.

Learn more about the Northern Appalachian Film Collection at their website and Facebook page.


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