2001 Stivers graduate Djuna Wahlrab on location for her film “We re Doing Fine. (Contributed photo by Ellenmarie Cronin Wahlrab)

This Stivers grad filmed her movie in Dayton -- here’s how to watch it now

Boy, does time have a way of flying. 

There is big news about the film “We're Doing Fine” nearly 5 years after 2001 Stivers graduate Djuna Wahlrab wrapped filming of her movie about Dayton people here.

Wahlrab’s feature length directorial debuted has been picked up for distribution. On Friday it was release on video on demand. 

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Amazon has it available for rent for $2.99 and for purchase for $6.99. You can also find it in Google Play and iTunes. Find more information here.

2001 Stivers graduate Djuna Wahlrab on location for her film “We re Doing Fine. (Contributed photo by Ellenmarie Cronin Wahlrab)

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The film tells the story of “two people from Dayton, Ohio — one who left and one who stayed. They meet at a time of crisis, when both are experiencing the impending loss of a single parent. Though the city is all Gertie and John share, its spirit brings them together. Their chance encounter will be brief, but it will redirect the course of their lives.”

Wahlrab is the daughter of Oregon District residents Tom and Ellenmarie Cronin Wahlrab. 

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Parts of the film were recorded at Dayton VA Medical Center, the Wayne Avenue Sunoco gas station, Epiphany Lutheran Church, the Dayton Metro Library, the Oregon District and several other Miami Valley locations, including Manhattan Avenue, the street on which Wahlrab was raised and developed a love of movie making, her mom told us in 2013.

Wayne Avenue between Keowee and Bainbridge streets was closed for filming.

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Djuna Wahlrab has been busy since filming “We’re Doing Fine.” 

She has worked on several TV and film projects in various capacities, including “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” “Hostiles,” Christine,” “The Knick,” “Vinyl” and “The OA.”  

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Thank you Dayton!

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