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See Misquamicut on the big screen

Published July 28. 2012 4:00AM

"Champions of the Deep," a new family-adventure film shot in Rhode Island, premieres next week, before rolling out to cities across the country this fall. The film, starring youth martial artists Tyler Weaver Jr., Dayna Huor and Caitlin Dechelle was shot on Misquamicut Beach in Westerly and several other Rhode Island locations. The story "emphasizes the importance of stewardship of the oceans and an overall message of perseverance despite all adversities," according to a press release.

"Champions of the Deep's" premiere will be Thursday at Providence Place 16 Cinemas. The film will opens for a limited run at the theater Friday For more, visit www.championsofthedeep.com.

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