Project Updates
Today's Reading Eagle features a new article on the film, updating fans of its progress in recent months. You can read it by click on the link below: http://readingeagle.com/article.aspx?id=432473

The journey of this film has contained many elements which were simply unimagined when the project began nearly 2 1/2 years ago. Along the way, the team has met up with individuals who were involved in the Grunwald's story in ways that we never

Check out the latest article on Misa's Fugue in the Kutztown Patriot by clicking here.

On Saturday, November 3rd, the Southeastern Berks Chapter of Thrivent hosted a free screening of Misa's Fugue at the Goggleworks in Reading, PA. The 12:30 screening was preceded by a luncheon with producers Sean Gaston and Jennifer Goss. Attendees

On Thursday, November 1, the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA) invited Director Sean Gaston to share the story of Misa's Fugue with over 100 students, their advisers and PSPA board members as part of the kick-off dinner for their annual

On Sunday, October 28 Misa's Fugue closed out the Greater Reading Film Festival as their "Featured Selection." The film played at the RC Reading Movies 11/IMAX theatre and was followed by a presentation by Director Sean Gaston and Score Composer

While many members of the Misa's Fugue team were participating in the Philadelphia Film Festival, the film's subject, Frank Grunwald, was sharing the film with a very special group at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Over the summer, Frank presented

On Monday, October 22, the Misa's Fugue team trouped to the Philadelphia Film Festival for a special screening accompanied by a very special guest. Director Sean Gaston, Editor Chad Haberstroh, Screenwriter Zachary Houp, Music Composer Justin

Misa's Fugue has been listed on RottenTomatoes.com. What is Rotten Tomatoes? The websites name is derived from the ancient practice of hurdling rotten tomatoes at the screen or performer of a lousy movie or show. RottenTomatoes.com is a website

A couple of years ago, when we started this project, we created this website, www.FAHSDocProject.com so that friends, family, and supporters could follow along with our progress. We knew that sometime throughout this process we would eventually come

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