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Here’s a first look trailer for “Where The Road Runs Out” by director Rudolf Buitendach (Dark Hearts) and starring Ivorian born actor & Cesar award winner Isaach De Bankole (Casino Royale, The Diving Bell & The Butterfly), South African actor & SAG nominee Stelio Savante (A Million Colours, Ugly Betty) and Saturn award nominee Juliet Landau (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Ed Wood). De Bankole is repped by Margrit Polak Management, Landau is with Covington International, and Savante is repped by Don Buchwald & Associates and Marshak/Zachary. Synopsis: In Where The Road Runs Out (Field Station Africa), A Rotterdam based respected scientist and lecturer (Isaach De Bankole) has grown weary of [ Read More ]
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- Brian Corder
Today in Indie Beat we've got the first trailer for Where the Road Runs Out, a human rights driven drama that also happens to be the first feature film to ever shoot on location in Equatorial Guinea. Come inside to check it out.
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This is the first film to ever be shot in Equatorial Guinea. It is a Human Rights driven international feature that has partnered with Sos Children's Villages.
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Dubbed the first feature film to shoot in Equatorial Guinea, the coastal country located in central Africa, here's a first trailer for a drama titled Where The Road Runs Out, which stars Isaach De Bankolé, along with Juilet Landau and Stelio Savante, which was shot over the last 2 months, in Equatorial Guinea, and other location in South Africa and the Netherlands. The film was written by David Hughes, and is being directed by Rudolf Buitendach, and produced by the Dutch production company Firenze Films. What's it about? A Rotterdam based respected scientist and lecturer (Isaach De Bankole) has grown weary of the world of academia. The »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Dark Hearts is an upcoming thriller from Vision Films. This film has recently played at film festivals including the Raindance Film Festival. And, the film's story focuses on an obsessed painter who falls in love with a seductive songstress. This singer is not who Colson (Kyle Schmid) believes her to be. Instead, Fran (Sonja Kinski) likes to create conflict between Colson and his younger brother, Sam (Lucas Till). Sparks fly when secrets are revealed, in this trailer. The first trailer for Dark Hearts is below. The reel shows the complex relationships that occur between families and strangers. Thriller fans can preview the film below. Release Date: 2013. Director: Rudolf Buitendach. Writer: Christian Piers Betley. Cast: Kyle Schmid, Sonja Kinski, Lucas Till and Rachel Blanchard. The trailer for Dark Hearts is here: *runtime is 90 minutes. Source: Dark Hearts at Vision Films | | Advertise Here - Contact me Michael...
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4 items from 2013
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