Michael Martin Jr., whose short film “Adapt” screened during a showing of “Our Alaskan Stories” watches his movie with his girlfriend, Annie Masterman; mom, Michelle Martin; and brother, Micheel Martin at Gold Town Nickelodeon Saturday, Nov. 17. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Michael Martin Jr., whose short film “Adapt” screened during a showing of “Our Alaskan Stories” watches his movie with his girlfriend, Annie Masterman; mom, Michelle Martin; and brother, Micheel Martin at Gold Town Nickelodeon Saturday, Nov. 17. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

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