Sunday, October 3, 2004

Superintendent stops student film



The Associated Press

MEDINA, Ohio - A superintendent halted a film student's production over a plot that includes a high school principal snorting cocaine and an employee sniffing underwear.

Buckeye Schools Superintendent Craig Bailey initially gave Doug Duke permission to film in vacant York Elementary School.

When Bailey learned the script, he seized Duke's equipment and held it until the aspiring director turned over the three hours of video he had recorded, along with the manuscript.




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