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That's a Wrap: 'Out West Family Films' finishes shooting new movie in Chloride

JC AMBERLYN/Miner<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Kirk Slack (right) films a scene of the movie at the old western town set in Chloride.

JC AMBERLYN/Miner<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Kirk Slack (right) films a scene of the movie at the old western town set in Chloride.

KINGMAN - "Out West Family Films" wrapped up shooting its new film, "Secrets of the Desert," Friday in Chloride, Ariz.

The production took about a month of filming in locations around Kingman, Route 66, Chloride, Hackberry and Grasshopper Junction. Post production will take about three weeks and the final short film is expected to be about 45 minutes long.

"Out West Family Films" is owned by Kirk Slack, who said that he will be sending the completed movie out to film festivals as well as show the movie in the old Chloride Theater. "Secrets of the Desert" stars several local actors from Kingman and Chloride.

For more information, contact Slack at (928) 565-9755 or email yslack@yahoo.com.