Today marked our second shoot in the Community Cash series for CLYNK, and found us headed north to the SPCA of Hancock County. For those of you who know us, know that we have a real soft spot for our furry, four legged friends, which made today’s shoot a very special one. The SPCA of Hancock County is CLYNK’s fourth largest account in the state and brings in almost $6,000 in donations yearly through the program. This money goes directly to feeding and supporting the many rescues at the shelter. Today we got to showcase the program, all while interacting with some adorable cats and dogs. It was really hard not to adopt one once filming had wrapped. Instead, since we were in Stephen King territory, we took a trip to see the house that was used in the 1989 film adaptation of Pet Sematary.
We’d like to take a moment to thank the folks at Garrand Partners for continuing to bring us out to work on projects like these. Being filmmaker is one of the most rewarding jobs, and it always amazes us how many unique things we get to experience in the name of our work.