Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center to Host Project Pay Day Premiere

The Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center proudly announces it will be hosting the premiere of the family feature film, Project Pay Day, on Friday, June 25th, 2021 at 7pm. Starring Jaz Goodreau, Quinn McColgan (Extinction, Non-Stop), Cameron Ocasio (Nickelodeon’s Sam & Cat) and David Corenswet (Netflix’s The Politician, Hollywood) and directed by Greg Koorhan, the … Read more

Greg Koorhan, editor of Project Pay Day

FilmEditingPro.com Interviews Greg Koorhan

I was recently featured on the FilmEditingPro blog, with an interview about the trailer for Project Pay Day, and how it helped secure a distribution agreement. We had a lot of fun talking about the process and challenges of editing a trailer, and how it differs from editing a film.

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Portfolio Entertainment expands its focus on feature films with Project Pay Day

Portfolio Entertainment, a leading producer and distributor of kids and family content, is pleased to announce the release of Project Pay Day ahead of the Kidscreen Summit 2020 in Miami, continuing its strategy of adding feature film content to it’s catalogue. “The team at Crossbow Studio has created a very engaging family film,” said Donnie … Read more

West Chester Councilman get’s a Taste of Filmmaking

DailyLocal picked up our film again! A Borough Council member was a featured background extra.

From DailyLocal:

Borough Councilman and attorney Bill Scott can now add the title of movie star to his resume.

Scott played the role of a judge in the Crossbow Studio movie recently filmed in West Chester, “Project Pay Day.”

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Now Shooting in West Chester PA

DailyLocal picked up our attendance at the West Chester Borough Council meeting. We were making sure we had clearance to shoot in town.

From DailyLocal.com:

Philadelphia movie production company Crossbow Studio will be filming a feature film in borough streets for the next few days.

”Project Pay Day” is a teen coming-of-age movie.

Borough Council will likely give the go-ahead for the movie company to shut down streets for a few minutes at a time. Crossbow Studio will pick up the tab for two police officers who will help control traffic.

Borough Council President Diane LeBold compared the flick to the wildly successful film, “Goonies.”

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