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Local actor stars in festival film

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Kyle Gundlach, a former student at USU-Eastern and Carbon High School, had a starring role in film that is now slated for screening at the Mile High Horror Film Festival in Denver Oct. 3-6 and at the Freak Show Film Festival at Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla., Oct. 25-27).

He attend the festival showing of his movie, "Sink." While at the festival, Kyle will take part in panel discussions on acting for film.

A 2012 graduate of the Masters in Fine Arts program in acting at the University of Southern California, Gundlach stated that he is now working on a new film titled "Jettisoned" that should be out next year.

Kyle was seen recently in "An Evening With Words and Music" at Ascension -St. Matthew's Church, which is developing a reputation for fine theater performances. He will also be seen in a local production of "A Christmas Carol" as Bob Cratchit, that will be produced Dec. 20 and 21 in Price at Ascension-St. Matthew's. This is a new adaptation that will be produced in Readers Theatre format.

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