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Over 300 people showed up to watch “11 Brothers: The Movie”



11 Brothers: The Movie: Photo by David Day

“11 Brothers: The Movie” had a turnout of over 300 people on Tuesday night when it aired on the Jumbotron at the Warren Central High School football field.

Photo by David Day

The film was shot by WC rising senior Evan Farrell who gave an insight into the Viking football program and highlighted the 2023 football season where they clinched a district championship. Farrell conducted interviews with some key players, including Ben McMullin, whose father, Chad McMullin was a longtime assistant coach until his death last year.

The film lasted for a little over 90 minutes and the crowd stayed at high numbers until the ending credits. Over the last couple of years, Farrell has made a name for himself by shooting some incredible photos in both high school and college sports. He recently took his talents to another level with his video skills.

“11 Brothers: The Movie” is just one of many projects Farrell has in store but he was excited about how his first film got major support.

Josh Morgan, Evan Farrell and Rob Morgan

“I’m just so incredibly proud of the Viking nation for coming together to make this possible,” Farrell said. “This was a movie for the community made by the community, from the people in the stands to the players on the field making the big plays, every single person was part of making this special.”

The film can be viewed by clicking the link below:

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