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Movie made in Sullivan County to show in film festival

May 29, 2013

MIDDLETOWN, NY — A feature film, “Knuckle Jack,” which was shot entirely in Sullivan and Orange counties by Roscoe locals, will be screening at the Paramount Theater as part of the Hoboken International Film Festival on Sunday, June 2 at 4 p.m. Tickets cost $11.

“Kuckle Jack” tells the story of “When a small town foul-mouthed drunk with an artistic gift for thievery is entrusted with his young niece for the summer, the question is not if he is ready for the task at hand — but is she?” It was made by Wonder Wheel Productions, the family-run production company of John Adams, Toby Poser and their two children, Lulu, 14, and Zelda, 9. Together they direct, write, produce, shoot, edit, score and act in the films. “Knuckle Jack” is their second feature and has already won several national awards. Visit