Stay tuned for more from the TUFF FENCE, a new film about staying put with friends and family during extended stays in the mountains of Northern California.
The TUFFFENCE, which stars Katee Sackhoff as a woman who finds herself stranded at the end of her family’s property line in Yosemite National Park, will open in theaters and online in December.
The film was written and directed by James Gray, who also wrote and directed the short-lived comedy film Stay Tuff.
The film follows Sackhoff’s character, Amanda, as she and her extended family spend a summer in the area in hopes of securing a new house, while keeping the rest of the family from becoming stranded.
“There’s a lot of things that go through our heads when we’re traveling, and staying at the same place all the time is kind of a challenge,” Sackhoff said.
“It’s hard to find a balance between being in and out, not knowing if we’re going to have access to a water source, or if we have to evacuate.”
Stay tuned for updates on the film.
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