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In 2007, Kori Feener made her first full length documentary entitled Where There is a Will.  As human beings we all struggle with family, illness and the odds. But one family, through adversity, lack of government support and pure unconditional love gives us hope.

Where There is a Will follows the Killelea family as they try to rehabilitate their son Patrick who suffered a devastating head injury in 2006. The film chronicles their struggle from injury till fall of 2007 when all of their private funding had been scheduled to run out. Both private and federal insurance refused to help this recovering young man, threatening to put the Killelea family past financial ruin into complete bankruptcy. Through it all, one thing remained constant. That familial bond that holds the group together, without this, there would be no will, there would be no way.

On October 13th, 2007 Feener organized a fundraising event at Masconomet Regional High School in Boxford, Massachusetts.  At that event the documentary had it’s official premiere, through event tickets, a silent auction and generous donations; $15,000 dollars was raised for the Killelea family. Within the next year, the Killelea’s were able to bring Patrick home.

Below, in order of appearance, are links to see an interview Feener did on FOX News, the official Where There is a Will trailer and a WBZ News segment on a screening in 2009 at Concord Academy.

FOX News Interview of Kori Feener for Where There is a Will

Where There is a Will Trailer

WBZ Interview with Feener and Marianne Killelea

You can also view the hour long film, in it’s entirety here: Where There is a Will

Since then, Feener has been focusing on her skills as a Cinematographer, working on numerous short form projects.  One of the more recent shorts, Wrigley and King, has been accepted into multiple film festivals as an official selection. Those film festivals are:

Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival 2011

Okanagan Film Festival 2011

Flint Film Festival 2011

Flatland Film Festival 2011

Trail Dance Film Festival 2012

Beloit International Film Festival 2012

Sedona International Film Festival 2012

Macon Film Festival 2012

Emerson College Los Angeles Film Showcase 2012

Memphis International Film Festival 2012

West Chester Film Festival 2012

Capital City Film Festival 2012

Bare Bones International Film Festival 2012 (Won Audience Choice Award and Bonehead Award)

Myrtle Beach International Film Festival 2012

USA Film Festival 2012 (nominated Special Jury Award)

Interrobang Film Festival 2012

NewFilmmakers Summer Film Series in NYC 2012

Twin Rivers Media Film Festival 2012

NYC PictureStart Film Festival 2012

Long Island International Film Festival 2012

San Antonio Film Festival 2012

Rome International Film Festival 2012

 

 

You can view the IMDB page for the film here.

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