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Indie Film Queen to show film at the World's Largest Gaming Convention

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Noblesville, Indiana - August 3, 2013 - Ingénue, a sci-fi, feature film about a family adopting a clone, has been selected to show at Gen Con in Indianapolis, August 17.

In its first few months of the film festival circuit, Ingénue has engaged and entertained audiences. "It has a great Twilight Zone feel that has been lacking in cinema recently," says the writer/director Kate Chaplin.

Chaplin, coined the "Indie Film Queen" first by the Indy Star, is very proud of her 14th film. "There isn't a lot of sci-fi about female characters that are struggling with identity," Chaplin said, "I wanted to make a sci-fi film that mom's and dad's could take their daughters to."

Gen Con attendance topped 41,000 people in 2012. For 45 years Gen Con has been the go-to convention for consumer sci-fi, fantasy and adventure gaming.

Ingénue will show at the Westin Hotel Saturday, August 17 at 8pm. Chaplin will be in attendance as well as participating on film panels throughout the 4 days of the convention.

Karmic Courage Productions has produced 14 projects and makes films with strong, flawed and wise female characters.




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