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‘Western Religion’ Bought by Screen Media for U.S.

‘Western Religion’ Bought by Screen Media for U.S.
Western fantasy movie “Western Religion” has been set for a fall domestic theatrical release, followed by a home entertainment release in the second quarter by Screen Media, Variety has learned exclusively.

The film, directed by James O’Brien from his own script, premiered in May at the Cannes Film Festival.

Western Religion” stars Claude Duhamel (“Supernatural”), Louie Sabatasso, Miles Szanto, James Anthony Cotton, Holiday Hadley, Gary Douglas Kohn and Peter Shinkoda (“Falling Skies”). It tells the story of the gunfighters and card sharks that descend on the mining town of Religion, Arizona, to compete in a poker tournament in 1879 — with the players putting their souls on the line.

Variety reported in 2013 that the film was shot in the Agua Dulce area of Southern California after the 2013 government shutdown of all national parks threatened to derail the production on the eve of the scheduled shoot at the Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills.
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Automatic brings ‘Western Religion’ to Cannes

Automatic brings ‘Western Religion’ to Cannes
Exclusive: The Los Angeles-based sales agent will start talks with buyers on the Western starring Claude Duhamel.

James O’Brien wrote and directed Western Religion from 3rd Partner Productions and the film screens in the market on May 16.

The film centres on a gathering of gunfighters and card sharps from around the world who descend on a poker tournament in which their souls are on the line.

Peter Shinkoda, Miles Szanto, Peter Sherayko, Louie Sabatasso and James Anthony Cotton also star.

Automatic Entertainment will be handling worldwide sales.
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Trailer, poster and exclusive images from Western Religion

The first poster and trailer for the upcoming Wild West movie Western Religion has arrived online, and we have them both for you below, as well as a selection of exclusive images. Check them out here…

Western Religion is set in 1879. Gunfighters from the far reaches of the globe have descended on the mining town of Religion, Arizona to compete in a legendary poker tournament in which their very souls are on the line.

“Having done a run and gun road movie, I wanted to dive into something bigger, something with historic appeal. We brought in Western historian Pete Sherayko to create a town that reflects the tent city aesthetic from the ground up. Due to the government switch, the town was built as the film was being shot; much like these towns went up overnight in that era. The classic case of art imitating life,” said director James O’Brien.
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Take a Trip Way Down In Chinatown – New Release

From director Eric Michael Kochmer, producers Jonathan Haloosim and James Anthony Cotton, associate producer Maria Olsen, co-produced by the We Make Movies collective and MOnsterworks66 comes Way Down in Chinatown, featuring Lisa Loring, “Wednesday” from the original “Addams Family” TV show.

“The team who put this film together certainly succeeded in their mission if it was to leave the viewer disturbed.” – Stuart Hine

The Story: Playwright Victor Mitchum and theater director … Continue reading →

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Exclusive: James Cotton joins the cast of 'Way Down In Chinatown'

By MoreHorror.com

The Way Down in Chinatown production team – being Eric Michael Kochmer, Jonathan Haloossim of 22Mm Productions and Angel Corbin and Maria Olsen, who co-own MOnsterworks66 – is extremely excited that James Cotton is now part of the WDiC cast.

Cotton plays Larry Fingers, the enigmatic piano player whose menacing presence – hidden behind a hat and dark glasses – will haunt the entire picture.

Cotton is the owner and creative director of The Lionfish Group (www.lionfishgroup.com), a full service production company, and also has audio, video and directing experience.

He does, in fact, have more than 30 years experience composing music for film, and it should therefore also come as no surprise that he will also be in charge of creating the soundtrack for the unique noir thriller that is Kochmer’s Way Down in Chinatown.

While racking up the credits as writer, director, producer, editor, casting director and production manager,
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