Marshall-Starke Development Center to debut feature film, 'I Heard It Through the Blueberry Vine'

PLYMOUTH, Ind. - The Marshall-Starke Development Center (MSDC) will debut its feature film, "I Heard It Through the Blueberry Vine", at The REES in Plymouth on April 25.

The MSDC's mission is to "provide options and opportunities for adults with disabilities and, by utilizing the performing arts, empower individuals to find their place in the community".

Center officials say the film has taken nearly a year's worth of work to bring to the big screen.

Two years prior to this feature film, the disability service produced a 20-minute film titled "The Wizard of MSDC".

The MSDC team describes "I Heard It Through the Blueberry Vine" as a "heartwarming story full of wacky characters, mysteries, and beautiful life lessons".

Following the 90-minute feature, a 10-minute “blooper” reel will be shown.

There will be two public screenings after a private screening for the cast and crew.

The first public screening will be on Thursday, April 25, at 1 p.m. with the second screening on Friday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m., both at The REES.

You can reserve your free ticket for the Thursday screening here and the Friday screening here.

100 seats are available to the public for each screening.

You can view the official Facebook event page for further details and updates.

You can view the movie trailer below.

Trailer courtesy of the Marshall-Starke Development Center

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