ECU alumnus producing feature film

ECU alumnus Curtis Thieman (Contributed photo)

An East Carolina University alumnus is gearing up for production on his first feature film, with plans to begin shooting this fall in Wilmington.

Curtis Thieman is a 2005 ECU graduate with a B.S. in communication (media production) and a minor in English. He and his brother Craig Thieman are working together on the independent film, “Love Letter,” which they hope to release in 2013.

Thieman said the film is a dark comedy based on an award-winning short film by the same name. The storyline, he said, involves a young man writing a suicide letter, not for himself, but for his girlfriend who is tied up in the garage. The situation gets complicated when more and more people show up and find themselves involved in Garrett’s plot.

The filmmakers are seeking investors to join the production process through an online campaign. With ten days to go, the campaign is nearly halfway to its goal.

“If we don’t meet our goal, we get none of the funds and the movie will be difficult to make,” Thieman said. “Every dollar helps,” he said.

For additional information about the film and the campaign, visit or contact Thieman at


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