This Dayton-made movie is making its world premiere this weekend

The long wait is nearly over for a movie filmed all around the Dayton area.

"Boy Band," directed by Yellow Springs resident Joel Moss Levinson, is set to make its world premiere at the Cleveland International Film Festival 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 14 and  3 p.m. Sunday, April 15.

Dayton natives Levinson and his older  brother Stephen Levinson filmed "Boy Band: The (Heart)throb Story" in Dayton, Kettering and Yellow Springs in October of 2016.

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The film is expected to premiere in Dayton later this summer.

Co-written by the brothers, the film -- which is the brothers' first full-length feature --  took about $125,000 to make during a two-week period.

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Nearly $20,000 was raised by a Kickstarter campaign.

The film starts Steve AgeeSeth HerzogDave Hill and Jordan Carlos as a boy band that got old and fat.

Other actors include QuestloveEsther KuJulie GoldmanDave Gruber Allen and Jerry O'Connell.

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