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CU Professor Jenkins latest movie to screen at Trail Dance Film Festival

Lawton_"Where's Dookie Cannata?" the latest movie from Cameron University professor and filmmaker Dr. Matt Jenkins will screen at the upcoming Trail Dance Film Festival in Duncan, Oklahoma. 

A tribute to the film noire and screw ball comedies of the 1930's and 1940's, "Where's Dookie Cannata?" follows the troubles of the widow Ruby Soho.  Putting her life back together after her husband's tragic death, Ruby discovers he led a secret life.  Faced with paying his debt to a crooked cop, Ruby decides to help Delores Cannata find her own kidnapped husband Dookie in exchange for enough money to pay the debt. 

"Where's Dookie Cannata?" was filmed on location in Lawton and Medicine Park, Oklahoma.  The picture stars Joleen Chaney, Jenn Castricone, James Stanley, Doug McAbee, Steve Adams, Justin Walton and features the voice of Tarra Gilbert.

It will screen January 17th at 9:30PM at the Chislom Trail Heritage Center.  Many of the actors and Dr. Jenkins will be in attendance.

This is the third year for the Trail Dance Film Festival.  Listed as one of the 25 film festivals worth the entry fee by Movie Maker Magazine, The festival was also awarded a Red Bud award from the state of Oklahoma.

For more information on the Trail Dance Film Festival visit www.traildancefilmfestival.com.

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