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Rink (film)

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Theatrical release poster
Directed byNoah Way
Produced byNoah Way
John K. Burke
Written byNoah Way
StarringNoah Bailey
Zach Honer
Ann Keen
Joseph McCauley
Rylie Orphan
Carissa Robbins
Laura Sturm
Scott Mackay
CinematographyAustin Ploch
Edited byJulia Jarrett
Dystopian Studios
Release date
  • December 7, 2018 (2018-12-07)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryUnited States

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Rink is a 2018 feature film written and directed by Noah Way and produced by John K. Burke.


The film follows Finn, a small-town misfit who pursues his life long passion to become an expert roller skater after he enrolls himself in a local skating competition. However, when the rink he trains at closes, Finn and his awkward band of loser-friends must find a way to open the rink up again, by any means necessary.


Noah Bailey as Finn Conway

Zach Honer as Cosmo Hirschman

Ann Keen as Barbara Conway

Joseph McCauley as Mr. Hollenbeck

Rylie Oprhan as Kate Conway

Carissa Robbins as Lily Lake

Laura Sturm as Ms. Dula

Danny Irizarry as Bobby Dulla

Scott Mackay as Michael Conwell

Alex Cirpinski as Young Finn

Dana Norris as Michele O'Bomb'a


Principal photography mainly took place in the suburbs of Chicago in 2017. Most specifically Aurora and St. Charles, Illinois. Many local spots can be seen throughout the film.[1]


The film premiered for streaming on May 7, 2019 on Amazon Prime Video.[2] Rink screened publicly at the Arcada Theater on July 1, 2019 which included a director-cut of the film and a Q&A with most of the main cast afterwards.[3][1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Arcada in St. Charles to screen local indie dramedy 'Rink'". Kane County Chronicle. Shaw Media. June 26, 2019. Retrieved 2020-08-28.
  2. Mollsen, Cathy (26 August 2019). "New independent movie filmed in Aurora". Daily Herald. Paddock Publications, Inc. Retrieved 28 August 2020.
  3. "Free Public Screening of Noah Bailey's "Rink"". Arcada Theatre. Retrieved 2020-08-28.

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