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Thursday, April 26, 2007

'Sweet Land' wins Best Film

The locally produced movie "Sweet Land" won Best Film in the City Pages' annual readers poll this week.

Edina business attorney
Terrance W. Moore served as the film's lead lawyer and one of its executive producers. He also handled most of the contract negotiations that went into the feature film venture.

Sweet Land presents the tale of a mail-order bride who comes from Germany to rural Minnesota in 1920. Terry got involved with the movie through his college roommate, who was friends with writer and director Ali Selim. The movie grossed $1.5 million at the box office and grabbed several honors, including an
Independent Spirit Award and an Audience Award at two film festivals.

Minnesota Lawyer is happy to report that we saw Terry’s brilliance all along. Our staff presented him with an Attorney of the Year award in February for his work on "Sweet Land" and continued excellence in his business law practice.

Congratulations Terry!

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