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2 Guns: Boston Premiere Documentary (2013)

Documentary style look a the friends and family viewing of 2 Guns, in Boston, hosted by the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation.

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At the end of summer 2013, The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation organized a special friends and family screening for Mark's latest film, 2 Guns. Essential Creative produced a short documentary style video about the event. The screening took place in Hingham MA, with the reception at Alma Nove. Mark had a special message for his fellow Bostonians and his family that night regarding the Boston Marathon tragedy. Mark also had a huge surprise that no one, family, friends, his mom Alma, or even our video team knew about, the fact that he had earned his HS degree from his former high school Snowden Intl in Boston. Interviews with Mark Wahlberg, Bill Paxton and Jim Wahlberg. The event's sponsors helped send 150 inner-city kids to summer camp in Maine, as well as many other MWYF projects. Essential Creative was honored to be a part of this inspirational event and to document it with this video.

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19 December 2013 (USA)  »

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