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Progression, a new comedy set during a progressive dinner in Lawrenceville, premieres 

Local indie filmmakers have a DIY distribution strategy

Gab Cody and Sam Turich say it took a Lawrencevillage to make their debut feature film, Progression. Now, they plan to distribute the film using a novel, hands-on model as well. "The do-it-yourself nature of the film goes from beginning to end,"…

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