Durango middle-schooler makes his directorial debut

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Durango middle-schooler makes his directorial debut

Aiden Hurley takes film ‘18 Frames’ to the big screen
It took Aiden Hurley, left, a year to take his short film “18 Frames” from idea to the big screen.
Seventh-grader Aiden Hurley directed his first film “18 Frames” over the summer.
Rio Edmondson, left, Helene Brimhall and Randy Hall (back to camera) spent seven days over the summer acting in Aiden Hurley’s film “18 Frames.”
Kodak helped Aiden Hurley make his film “18 Frames” by donating about $6,000 worth of 35 mm film to the project.
Aiden Hurley’s short film “18 Frames” made its big-screen debut Sunday at Stadium 9 in Durango.

Durango middle-schooler makes his directorial debut

It took Aiden Hurley, left, a year to take his short film “18 Frames” from idea to the big screen.
Seventh-grader Aiden Hurley directed his first film “18 Frames” over the summer.
Rio Edmondson, left, Helene Brimhall and Randy Hall (back to camera) spent seven days over the summer acting in Aiden Hurley’s film “18 Frames.”
Kodak helped Aiden Hurley make his film “18 Frames” by donating about $6,000 worth of 35 mm film to the project.
Aiden Hurley’s short film “18 Frames” made its big-screen debut Sunday at Stadium 9 in Durango.
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