Thursday, March 31, 2016

"THE SAMARITANS" - Good? Bad? Or Pure Evil?


First look pictures have surfaced on the new film that tells us no good deed goes unpunished. Currently filming, from the minds of Award Winning Filmmakers Keith Collins ("The Meat Puppet","Clean Cut"), Doug Bollinger ("Waltzing Anna", "Mail Order Bride"), Cory Green ("The Jersey Devil"). The chilling pictures set the tone on where this new creep show seems to be heading. You be the judge but from the looks of it “The Samaritans” are one heck of a scary sight. This project struck our interest from day one and now has our thoughts racing with anticipation. We’re sure we’ll be hearing a lot more about this thrilling story as time unfolds.

 "The Samaritans" are made up of Four co-workers Frank (Collins), Eddie (Bollinger), Daisy (Harrison) & Rosie (Nielsen) who get together to finish a project at their manager's home. They haven't actually met face to face and they discover they have more in common than the new App they are perfecting. As they piece together their histories, they realize that each of them has a deadly secret that could reveal a way out or seal their fates. Their pasts have provoked a vengeful force to show them the errors in their ways. The home they have been summoned to becomes their court and their prison. Can they prove that history doesn't repeat itself? Can they redeem themselves before time runs out? Will they figure out their fateful bond before revenge has its way with them?

STARRING: Keith Collins, Doug Bollinger, Timothy Laurel Harrison ("Out of My Hand"), Annelise Nielsen ("The Brink of Us"). Directed By, Doug Bollinger. Produced by Keith Collins, Cory Green, Doug Bollinger. Cinematography & Edited By, Cory Green. Story By, Keith Collins. Written By, Doug Bollinger. Original music by, Cory Green.


Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Show Up, Take Seat, Lean In and Tell Your Story

Yolonda Brinkley, creator of Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes announced today plans to celebrate the voice and power of global women in film during the independently produced Diversity Day at the 69th Festival de Cannes. Women in Formation,a parallel section of the 2016 Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase, will feature films from across the globe that capture unique female perspectives at a private screening in the south of France this May.

At a time when diverse feminine voices remain undervalued by those who still believe women should be seen and not heard, Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes, the independent global filmmaker movement promoting diversity of age, gender, physical ability, race, religion and sexual orientation at the Cannes Film Festival, provides a platform to promote their talent, creativity and storytelling prowess. With the spirit of Malala Yousafzai and countless women fighting for gender parity across multiple disciplines, the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase will celebrate the voice and power of women in film at the world's most prestigious entertainment industry event.

"While Hollywood, The Academy and the international film community sit on their asses creating reports and conducting studies about the industry's lack of diversity, in response to #OscarsSoWhite, Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes is making strides to shift the paradigm," Yolonda Brinkley, the organization's creator, comments. "The terms diversity, inclusion and integration are not simply trending topics for us. We have been in the trenches since 2010 promoting diversity in Cannes before it became popular. And our efforts continue in 2016 with the Women in Formation edition of the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase, encouraging women to show up, take a seat, lean in and tell their stories at the Cannes Film Festival."

The Beyond Borders: Diversity in CannesShort Film Showcase, Women in Formation edition, will give special distinction to six filmmakers who depict honorable images of the feminine voice at an independent screening during Diversity Day at the Cannes Film Festival. To culminate, these women along with general showcase participants and other trailblazing diversity advocates will be acknowledged at an awards reception in their honor.

In celebration of Women's History Month, female filmmakers are encouraged to submit their films and web-series to the 2016 Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase for consideration in the 'Women in Formation' edition. Regular submission deadline (3/14/16) extended through March 31, 2016 for women. Moreover, in accord with International Women's Day, the organization has made a #PledgeforParity offering $10 off today's submission fees for all women themed/crewed films. Use code LEANINIWD (3/8) or LEANINWHM (3/15-3/31) at for discount. For more information visit or email us at

Monday, March 28, 2016

Congratulations to the #WFA2016 Winter Film Awards Independent Film Festival Winners

 New York City’s rapidly growing Winter Film Awards (WFA) Indie Film Festival, now in its fifth year, focuses on diversity in Independent Film, with a special emphasis on highlighting women and minority filmmakers.  WFA showcases films from emerging filmmakers from around the world in all genres and seek to show our audience a dazzling array of entertaining cinematic content they would never have the opportunity to see otherwise.

Among the 86 Official Selections screened at Cinema Village in the heart of the East Village (22 East 12th Street, New York, NY 10003), was a diverse mixture of 12 documentaries, 34 shorts, 10 narrative features, 9 animations, 7 music videos, 9 horror films and 5 web series, including 8 student films, 36 female directors and representation from 26 countries.

The festival came to a dazzling close on the evening of February 26 2016 with a glittering Awards Ceremony and after-party at Club 230Fifth (230 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10001).  WFA festival patrons included NYC local filmmakers, arts enthusiasts, and international filmmakers who traveled across the world to see their films screened in front of a live audience, some for the very first time.

Festival Founder George Isaacs says “Emerging filmmakers with low budgets and no connections are so often ignored in favor of the standard big budget generic action films. Diverse, exciting low budget films are created all over the world; it is critical for film festivals to showcase them. Indie film festivals are often the sole means for the community to share personal stories from around the world, and WFA’s location in the center of the action provides our filmmakers with a dazzling chance to begin their careers in the film industry.

The Awards Ceremony included live musical performances by Nana BK Da Don and & The ValuesZala Djuric and Darja Schabad.  The hosts for the evening were stand-up comedians C.C. Hughes and Orli Matlow. Awards were given out in 16 categories including honorary award  “Patron of the Cinema (,” given to Jeff Gomez for his outstanding contribution to the NYC film community.

Best Actor ...... Kevin Baggott (Why Do You Smell Like the Ocean?)
Best Actress ...... Constance Ejuma (Ben & Ara)
Best Animated Film ...... Strings (Pedro Solís)
Best Director ...... Isaac Ezban (The Similars)
Best Documentary ...... The Real Miyagi (Kevin Derek)
Best Horror Feature Film ...... Tuyul: Part 1 (Billy Christian)
Best Horror Short Film ...... The Bridge Partner (Gabriel Olson)
Best Music Video ...... I Only Tell The Truth - Charlie Lim (Felipe P. Soares)
Best Original Score ...... Cesium and a Tokyo Girl (Ryo Saitani)
Best Picture ...... Ben & Ara (Nnegest Likké)
Best Short Film ...... Letter to God (Tamas Yvan Topolanszky)
Best Student Film ...... Fulfilament (Rhiannon Evans)
Best Web Series ...... Study Abroad 2: The Daydreaming Bunny (Yung-Jen Yang)
NY Perspectives Award ...... Candy Apple (Dean Dempsey)
Socially Relevant Film ...... My Stolen Revolution (Nahid Persson Sarvestani)
Women's Film Critic Circle Award ...... Oasis (Carmen Jimenez)

“I am very proud of our team this year,” says Winter Film Awards Founder and CEO George Isaacs. “As an organization we were able to use our resources to give back even more to the filmmaker. That is what we are all about – it is so important to celebrate the achievements of emerging filmmakers and we hope to watch them use this as a springboard into the industry.”

Corporate and local support of Winter Film Awards plays an critical role in the life of the Festival and underscores WFA’s commitment to quality, adventure and diversity in the art of cinema. WFA is privileged to continue our collaboration with Gray Line New York, Ride of Fame, B&H Photo & Video, Video Blocks/ AudioBlocks/ GraphicStock, Sony Creative Software, Jungle Software, Cyberlink, Glidecam, JT Talent, Gotham Mini Storage, Museum of Sex, PSPrint, Van Diemens NYC Restaurant & Bar, Yelp, Zacuto film rigs and ProductionHUB.

WFA is delighted to welcome new partners Carmel Car & Limousine Service, the official car service of Winter Film Awards, Big Apple Con, Citi Bike NYC, NYC Post Group, BleuStorm Vodka, Bliss Spa,, Distribber, Film Collaborative, IndiePix Films, Orange County NY Film Office, Rhino Camera Gear, exclusive ticketing partner Eventcombo, Women’s Film Critic Circle (WFCC), Shake Share Media and Success with Teamwork.

WFA is grateful for the support of Prof. Charles Lowry’s Marketing Class at Pace University, Prof. Viktor Koen’s Class at School of Visual Arts, and Dr. George Priovolos’ Public Relations Class at Iona College.

Winter Film Awards (WFA) is a volunteer-run and operated 501(c)3 organization dedicated to showcasing emerging filmmakers and the celebration of the diversity of local and international film-making. For more information on tickets, schedules, sponsors, film descriptions and more, please visit and find us on Facebook.

Saturday, March 26, 2016

New Poster Art For “BESTSELLER” National Release Revealed

Michigan based motion picture company Collective Development Inc. in association with Misery Bay Films and Lake Street Media is revealing new poster/DVD art for the thriller “Bestseller” starring Melissa Anschutz, DJ Perry, Ralph Lister, Lana Wood, Taylor Nichols and Terence Knox. The feature film “Bestseller” is based upon the novel of the same name and was written by Christopher Knight.  Mr. Knight is well known to children “scare lovers” as Johnathan Rand, author of the popular AMERICAN CHILLER books.

The film is about a literary agent who vacations to beautiful Northern Michigan and is terrorized by an aspiring writer who has been rejected multiple times.

The national US/Canada release for the film will be in May 2016 with Jax Distribution. Currently the film is in talks for foreign sales representation. Vacationers to Michigan for the 2016 season can also find the film at the famous CHILLERMANIA store.

This film is the first book-to-film collaboration between Collective Development Inc. and Misery Bay Films.  Talks concerning follow-up projects are ongoing and 2016 might see yet another collaboration project announced.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Local Charlotte Filmmaker Deleon Rogers to Release Latest Movie for Free

The trailer was recently release, which can be seen at the following link: ( Deleon, who’s passion is telling stories, wanted to produce a film to give back to his Charlotte community, and chose to offer his movie for free, solely for entertainment purposes. It features a local cast and crew so as to showcase the local talent, which he hopes continues trying to become the "Hollywood of the east coast."

The synopsis of the movie is as follows:

On their 39th wedding anniversary, Johnathan (Brian Daye) and Charlotte (Lee Freeman) celebrate with family and friends as they dance to their wedding song. Unfortunately, the festivities are cut short as fate intervenes, and Johnathan is rushed to the hospital, where he is diagnosed with a brain tumor.

Meanwhile, their daughter Stephany (Sheena Maria) is caught in the act of infidelity by her husband George (Alex Phipps) and is forced to move back in with her parents.

Johnathan is now torn between the decision of having the tumor removed, thus erasing his entire memory, or allowing the tumor to continue to grow and eventually kill him.

A Natural Roots & Xtreme Vision Entertainment Presentation. Written, Produced, and Directed by Deleon Rogers, Deleon can be reached at

Starring: Brian Daye, Lee Freeman, Sheena Maria, Alex Phipps, Jesse Gore, Monique Stub-Hall, Rod Smart, & Paul Martin. Produced, Photographed, & Edited by Marcus Ross; Gaffer: Derek Walton.


Deleon is currently working on his next project, which he will announce publicly following the promotion of Ebbing. He has previously had a short film, Mirror Image, entered into the Cannes Film Festival.


Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Hollywood’s Next Action Hero

Matt Erdems has been involved in martial arts since age eleven.  He excels in kickboxing, Muay Thai, Wushu and Shotokan Karate.  His records as an international competitive fighter are impressive.  As an amateur, he won over 85% of his 100+ fights.  In tournaments he fought as many as seven times in a single day.  His professional career is even more impressive, and he is in high demand with a large international following.

Soft-spoken, humble and unassuming, this likable and fascinating gentleman admitted that he’s very good at what he does.  “What he does” includes far more than his impressive fighting skills.  He is a very good film actor, stunt man and fight choreographer.  He was fight choreographer and stunt player on “Taken II” with Liam Neeson, for example.

In addition to his success in the fight game, Matt is recognized more and more for his acting abilities.  Already the subject of a documentary, there are a couple of “name” producers who think Matt Erdems’ entire life story should be told on the big screen – as a major motion picture.

His story is a fascinating one – from his youth in Istanbul to his world travel as a successful professional fighter to his completed military service in the Turkish Armed Forces to his success in the Hollywood-based film and television business.

I’m very disciplined,” Matt told us.  “I train hard and I train often.  When I have the time, I help others to reach their goals.  I’m a personal trainer in more ways than one.”

We asked him what his goals were in the entertainment industry.  “I’m going to keep fighting because I’m good at it.  But I’m also good in front of the camera.  I would like to continue combining both of those qualities in action films.”

We asked if Matt felt he could become Hollywood’s next action hero.  He smiled.  “That’s where everything seems to be heading,” he admitted.  So, does Hollywood now have its next action hero?  Those in the know believe it’s highly probable.  Watch for him.  Matt Erdems, action hero!  Matt

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Seeking Valentina Nominated for Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award

 Award-winning director Armin Nasseri wants to change the way U.S. audiences see ethnic minorities in the U.S., and it seems horror fans applaud Nasseri's efforts.  The Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards were created by David Colton and Kerry Gammill at the Classic Horror Film Boards in 2002. The awards are fan-based, and have no connection to any commercial sponsor. Anyone in fandom can vote or propose nominees.  Nominees for the Rondo are selected from suggestions by horror fans, pros and enthusiasts offered all year at the CHFB. Each year's nominees are finalized by classic horror fan David Colton with the help of more than 20 classic horror fans from around the world, and with expertise in all parts of fandom.

Seeking Valentina, written and directed by Armin Nasseri, follows Benjamin (played by Ali Bavarian), an Iranian-American writer, in the pangs of grief. When Benjamin takes in a whimsical and an engaging tenant and she mysteriously disappears, it is for the audience to decide is she a ghost, a hallucination, a dream or a runaway.  Enigmatic and controversial to some, Seeking Valentina has received tremendous critical acclaim worldwide.  Nasseri vigorously resisted stereotyping throughout his production, and cast many actors against type.  Regarding his film's recent success both in the U.S. and abroad, Nasseri says, "I am deeply humbled and honored that Seeking Valentina continues to touch such a diverse audience and grateful to be nominated for Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards.”  Lead actress and producer Kristin West said, “We are so grateful to our fans who continue to cheer on this film and grateful to our indie horror and fantasy film community that have opened their hearts and minds to the message of Seeking Valentina.”  Seeking Valentina continues its festival run at a number of esteemed festival with screenings scheduled Bare Bones International Film Festival and the Las Vegas Galaxy Film Awards in April.

To see this year’s ballot,

Friday, March 18, 2016

Veteran-made documentary, PROJECT 22, now streaming internationally on

 PROJECT 22 is now streaming internationally for free on Theatrical screenings remain available by request at

Called “the catalyst for a movement that will define a generation”, by Danny Farrar (SoldierFit/Platoon 22), PROJECT 22 is a crowd-funded, community-driven feature documentary, co-directed by two combat-wounded Veterans. Daniel J. Egbert and Doc King’s documentary follows the very personal story of a Marine Infantryman and a Combat Medic on a search for hope that expands into an awareness campaign spanning 6,500 miles on motorcycles. Comprised of real conversations with warriors, providers and researchers, PROJECT 22 needs no combat footage to comprehensively explore the transition home, and leaves audiences hopeful and motivated to take action. The film released theatrically by request in April 2015 and has since screened over one hundred times around the United States, sparking dialogue around underlying issues and inspiring Post Traumatic Growth and healing.

MEDICINAL MISSIONS would like to thank SOUTHERN OREGON PUBLIC TELEVISION and PBS for this opportunity to reach our brothers, sisters, families and communities worldwide. We would also like to thank our team for their hard work and the community for their endless support.

For more information, visit

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Internationally Acclaimed Australian Film OBSERVANCE Set To Terrorise Australia

Sterling Cinema today revealed its internationally acclaimed feature film OBSERVANCE has a new trailer and poster as they announced the film will be released in Australia by Umbrella Entertainment with its Australian Premiere set for Sunday the 3rd of April as a FilmInk Presents screening at the Randwick Ritz followed by a limited theatrical run nationwide.

The Joseph Sims-Dennett film has toured the global festival circuit including the BFI London Film Festival and Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival where it met with critical acclaim with The Hollywood Reporter describing the film as “One of the most chilling experiences,” Bloody-Disgusting proclaiming it to be “the best and most unique work of horror this year” and IndieWire stating “for sheer ambient dread, it’s aces”.

Australian director Sims-Dennett said, “The worldwide response to our small, personal, micro-budget film has been extraordinary — to have your work likened to that of Polanski, Lynch and Hitchcock, three directors I greatly admire, by respected publications like Sight & Sound and reviewers including Jason Gorber is both humbling and exciting, and yet also rather daunting.”

The independent film produced on the director’s credit card and filmed over 11 days during the hottest heat wave in Sydney’s history, has been a labour of love for the director which has started to pay off by taking the thriller/horror film genre world by storm.

Sight & Sound named OBSERVANCE as its number one film in the BFI London Film Festival’s Cult Strand, describing the film as “an intriguing, elliptical enigma” and that “Joseph Sims-Dennett’s OBSERVANCE brings the paranoid housebound sensibilities of Polanski’s ‘apartment trilogy’ into the twenty-first century”.

OBSERVANCE, a psychological thriller, tells of a private investigator embarking on an unusual assignment to observe a woman from an abandoned apartment, and while witnessing bizarre happenings surrounding her, is unaware the derelict building that he surveys her from has birthed a dark presence which slowly threatens to consume him.

OBSERVANCE stars Lindsay Farris, Stephanie King, Benedict Hardie, Tom O’Sullivan, Brendan Cowell and features John Jarratt and Roger Ward.

Sterling Cinema’s Sims-Dennett and Josh Zammit wrote and produced the film with Umbrella Entertainment distributing in Australia, Artsploitation in North America and Shoreline Entertainment managing international sales.






Monday, March 14, 2016

Chris Stokes A Weekend With The Family Trailer To Debut On Apple Itunes

Footage Films and Apple iTunes, today announced that the exclusive trailer for the highly anticipated family comedy, “A Weekend With The Family from director Chris Stokes will make its debut on the cover of Apple’s iTunes Movie trailer site on Wednesday, February 17, 2016.

The film, “A Weekend With The Family stars a dynamic lineup of actors, to include Karrueche Tran, Marques Houston, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Clifton Powell, Dorien Wilson, Chantel Jeffries, Suzanne Whang, J Boog, Shondrella Avery and Alfred “Black” Nolan Thomas II.

This will be the first film by director Chris Stokes to be recognized as part of the AMC Independent™ Film Program, which highlights their commitment to advancing independent film, allowing patrons the opportunity to see more distinct and unconventional films at their theatres around the country.

“I am so thrilled and grateful to AMC for the inclusion of my film, ‘A Weekend With The Family' into their prestigious AMC Independent™ Film Program” says Chris Stokes.  “This is huge for us and I am so proud to be a part of this community, along with so many other brilliant minds and extraordinary talent.”

“A Weekend With The Family” is executive produced by Louis Arriola, co-executive produced by Chris Stokes & Bart Malone and produced by Marques Houston.

Additionally, tickets for “A Weekend With The Family,” which will premiere in select cities across the U.S., on April 1, 2016 are available today at: AMC Theaters: A Weekend With The Family <>.

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About A Weekend With The Family

A young attorney looks to gain a position at a prestigious law firm while secretly dating his boss’ daughter, who he’s hoping to marry; but when his loving girlfriend decides to arrange a surprise family weekend get-together, his plans blow up in his face, especially with the arrival of his “ghetto-fied” family, the Stankershets. Travis (Marques Houston) and Courtney (Karrueche Tran) portray love interests who struggle to hold on to their relationship all while their two families wage war in an explosion of hilarity. It’s the Far East against the Deep South; strict, traditional, Korean customs versus a backwards, country way of life. In the end, Travis must find a way to make the two families peacefully co-exist long enough for him to propose to the woman he loves.

About Chris Stokes

Mega-successful entrepreneur and entertainment Mogul Christopher B. Stokes began his career in music with the discovery of such stars as Brandy, Immature, B2K, Omarion and Marques Houston. A Los Angeles native, Stokes has been immersed in the music business since the age of seventeen. Although he was known for his ingenuity behind chart-topping success stories such as multi-platinum selling groups "B2K" and "Immature" and solo artists "Omarion" (former lead singer of “ 2K”), Destiny’s Child and Marques "MH" Houston (former lead singer of "Immature"/"IMX"), Christopher B. Stokes has made a smooth transition from Music to Film and Television.

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Art of Brooklyn Film Fest Names Eric Trenkamp New Festival Director for 2016

The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival (AoBFF) is proud to welcome award-winning, Brooklyn film maker Eric Trenkamp as Guest Festival Director for its 6th Annual edition (June 8-12, 2016.) Eric is an award-winning writer/director whose short films and documentaries have been featured on IFC and Current TV, as well as in festivals in New York and Los Angeles. His feature film American Bomber, which is currently distributed by IndiePix Films, won awards at numerous film festivals, including "Best Director" at the 2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival and "Best Feature" at the Manhattan and Mississippi International Film Festivals. He is on the faculty of the Film/Video Department at the Pratt Institute.

“When we parted company with our former Festival Director Jason Cusato in 2015 we talked about replacing him with one of the great Brooklyn film makers in our network,” said Executive Director Joseph Shahadi. “We put together a short list of accomplished candidates and quickly realized that we’d be lucky to work with any of them… so we rethought the position and decided to invite a different Brooklyn film maker to helm the festival each year. We are thrilled that Eric is the first.”

AoBFF is the only international, independent film festival focused on the Brooklyn indie film scene and since 2011 has become a platform for the Brooklyn-centric independent filmmaking community all over the world. The Art of Brooklyn launched Brooklyn On Demand — the only streaming platform focused on Brooklyn-centric indie film and media — in Fall 2014. BKOD can be seen online and on Roku, with over 90,000 views and counting.

Trenkamp said, “The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival has always done a phenomenal job of bringing together films, filmmakers and film lovers from around the world in a way that celebrates the creativity and unique spirit of our borough. I am honored to be a part of this year’s festival and am looking forward to further promoting Brooklyn as a hub of global culture that encompasses a variety of perspectives, all of which are filtered through the unique experience of living in one of the greatest cities on Earth.”

Submissions for the 6th Annual AoBFF are open until April 22.

Submissions for Brooklyn On Demand are open year round.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Extreme Weaponry Productions Announces The Release of Many New Trailers for Upcoming WCP Movie

 Shane West, Extreme Weaponry Productions Marketing Assistant says, "This is such a special release, we wanted to do something different so we decided to make multiple trailers. We wanted each trailer to focus on a particular emotion." Nelson continues, "We were careful not to divulge too much about the storyline. I know there are no spoilers and the viewers still will be left confused and confounded."

I've seen the first official trailer (link below) and it definitely delivers. I haven't seen the movie yet but the first official trailer definitely left me feeling confused and confounded.

The film was produced in association with Intolerance Records, Wasteful Consumption Patterns label, and Sotto Films, screenwriting company. The film follows around the two main band members, DJ Korpserape, played by J. Shepherd and Tombass, played by Thomas Mayberry as they encounter a multitude of issues, one being their fictitious label representative, Dick Slocum, played by Stephen Sterling, voiced by George Wilkinson.

At the conclusion of the production of the office scenes, it was discovered that all of the external audio, as well as the in-camera audio was unusable due to unplanned nearby construction noises. All sound effects and voices had to be reproduced in the Intolerance Records Thanatron studio. Unfortunately, Stephen Sterling, the character who played "Dick Slocum", was unavailable for overdub sessions so voiceover actor George Wilkinson was brought on board for the job. Each actor had to deliver their lines as closely to the original as possible in order for proper synchronization to occur. To make sure this was accomplished, each actor recorded their lines several different ways and the best version was selected in post editing sessions.

The movie was filmed over the past four years and includes footage from nearly every stop on the Wasteful Consumption Patterns Khrome Tour. With the help of eight cameramen, including fan footage, we have managed to piece together this "shock-rock mock-documentary." It's like Spinal Tap meets Hostel in Wonderland.

This unrated film is slated for International release this Summer.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Child Actor Hunter Payton Plays Young Doug to RJ Mitte in the Film Drama: Who's Driving Doug

Red Walk Talent PR's Client, child actor Hunter Payton (A to Z, Young Andrew) will star alongside RJ Mitte (Breaking Bad, Walter White Jr.), YouTube comedy star Ray William Johnson and Paloma Kwiatkowski (Bates Motel, Cody Brennan). Hunter will play young Doug in David Michael Conley’s touching drama Who’s Driving Doug (Feature film).

A sheltered, intelligent college student DOUG (RJ Mitte) changes his life forever when he hires an underachieving driver SCOTT (Ray William Johnson of "Equals Three"). In order to escape his oppressively loving MOTHER (Daphne Zuniga), Doug agrees to go on a spontaneous road trip with Scott and his college crush STEPHANIE (Paloma Kwiatkowski). At the height of the journey, a tragic series of events tests their bond and opens the road to self discovery. Drugs, gambling, and romance await the three friends in this honest American coming of age drama in theaters Friday, February 26 at Cinema Village.*

Hunter is represented by Momentum and Abrams Artists Agency

Cast: RJ Mitte, Paloma Kwiatkowski, Ray William Johnson, Daphne Zuniga, Shanti Lowry, Hunter Payton.

Director: David Michael Conley.

Screenwriter: Michael Carnick.

Producers: David Katz, Nicola Carbonetta.

Executive producers: Daniel Carnick, Michael Carnick.

Director of photography: Tom Clancey.

Production designer: Alexandra Regazzoni.

Costume designer: Junlyn Delas Alas.

Editor: Bob Mori.

Music: Chad Rehmann, Death Cab for Cutie.

No rating, 99 minutes.**