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Want to See a Funny Superhero Movie Premiere Right Here in DC

The feature-length superhero comedy film “Squid Man,” in which Chad Eric Smith plays mild-mannered reporter Pete Henderson, will have its Washington, DC premiere on November 13th, 2013 at 7pm at the West End Cinema (2301 M St NW Washington, D.C., DC 20037)!
The independent film, written and directed by Charlie Cline and produced by Storynaut Productions, has been screened at film festivals all across the country and for ONE NIGHT ONLY will screen in DC!
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Purchase your tickets online with Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/7025642887 For more info about the film, go to http://www.squidmanmovie.com/Home.html
Chad Eric Smith, a Washington, DC native, is an up and coming award-winning character actor. TheN3xt.com, the web’s “premier resource for indie film professionals,” compared the young talented actor to Johnny Depp because of his versatility, both on stage and in film. In 2010, the Pittsburgh Chapter of the African American Council on the Arts (AACTA) awarded Chad two Onyx Awards, one for ‘Best Leading Actor in a Musical’ for his role as Walter Lee Younger in the Kuntu Repertory Theatre’s production of “Raisin” and the other for ‘Best Supporting Actor in a Musical’ for his role as Wilson Pickett in the New Horizon Theater’s production of “I Gotcha! The Story of Joe Tex and the Soul Clan.” Since then, he’s worked on several independent films, including the upcoming horror film “The Suffering” by LA based filmmaker Rob Hamilton, “Secret City Bluz” by filmmaker Ambessa Jir Berhe, and a brief cameo in the romantic drama “6 Hearts 1 Beat.”
You are invited to this event.  We would love to see you there!

Follow the talented actor on Twitter @ChadEricSmith and ‘Like’ “Chad Eric Smith” on Facebook!


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