Watchman Pictures Releases First Clips from Feature Film Romance ‘Princess Cut’

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - June 27, 2014 - PRLog -- WINSTON-SALEM, NC, June 27, 2014 /  Watchman Pictures has released the first clips from its upcoming romantic drama “Princess Cut” in conjunction with its post-production Kickstarter campaign. Shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera in and around Winston-Salem, NC, production was completed over 19 days in the Fall of 2013. The independent faith & family-friendly feature-length film is headed towards a Valentine’s Day 2015 release.

“Princess Cut” follows the spirited daughter of a struggling NC farmer as she navigates the maze of romance trying to discover what true love is all about. The script was penned by award-winning filmmaker Paul Munger with his wife Sheilah. The independent Christian film stars a plethora of Carolina talent including Ashley Bratcher (The Perfect Summer), Joseph Gray (Alone Yet Not Alone), and father-son duo Rusty Martin, Sr. and Jr. (Courageous).  Rusty Jr. has been named by The Christian Filmmaker Report as one of the 10 hottest actors under 30 in faith-based films. Additional strong performances by award-winning LA actors Jenn Gotzon (Frost/Nixon) and Cory Assink (You Are Super), along with Mimi Sagadin (Return to the Hiding Place) of Chicago round out the talented principal cast.

Watchman Pictures is a North Carolina-based independent Christian film production and distribution company.  Titles currently available include the award-winning “Animals in the Bible” and “Blueprint for Language Arts Success,” with “Princess Cut”  being Writer/Producer/Director Paul Munger’s feature debut.  To learn more about “Princess Cut” and see clips from the movie, visit

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