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Rcr Distribution has unveiled the first trailer and poster for Phantom, directed by Todd Robinson (Lonely Hearts). Ed Harris stars as a Soviet submarine commander trying to stop a group of dirty Kgb agents from controlling the nuclear missile on board. Take a look at the new footage from this thriller, also starring David Duchovny, William Fichtner, and Lance Henriksen, along with the one-sheet.
Phantom - Trailer
Ed Harris plays the captain of a Cold War Soviet missile submarine who has secretly been suffering from seizures that alter his perception of reality. Forced to leave his wife and daughter, he is rushed into a classified mission, where he is haunted by his past and challenged by a rogue Kgb group (led by David Duchovny) bent on seizing control of the ship's nuclear missile. With the fate of humanity in his hands, Harris discovers he has been chosen for this mission »
Busted Knuckle Productions is a film and television company based in Los Angeles. This company specializes in thrillers with several films slated for release soon, including: Cornered, The Whispering Dead and Killing Angels. Now, this company is set to produce their first television series. "Pyro" is a story of a volunteer firefighter with dangerous tendencies; he likes to start fires. He suppresses these desires until an arsonist turns up. Now, Tyler Jacobs (Scott Michael Campbell) will have to find this arsonist and let loose his fiery rage. Production on "Pyro" begins in August with a one hour television pilot. Announced cast and crew info' are listed below. Scott Michael CampbellDirector: Tba. Writers: Justin Bowman, and Chris Hayes. Cast: Scott Michael Campbell, Chris Hayes, and Jason Gray-Stanford. Producers: Hunter G. Williams, Justin Bowman, Zack Kamen, and Chris Hayes. Further announcements on "Pyro" will be shown...
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If you were paying attention during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, you noticed that Tribeca kicked off a strategic partnership with Conrad Hotels and Resorts (and their sister company Hilton Hotels and Resorts). To celebrate the opening of the new Conrad New York Hotel in lower Manhattan (where we held this year's Tribeca Film Festival Awards), Conrad's Concierge services paid special attention to Tribeca festival-goers, bringing them snacks, umbrellas and tickets in their time of need. (Click to view the video recap.) Post-Festival, our partnership continues to thrive. To that end, we think readers will enjoy something Conrad has been working on - namely, a short film called Metamorphosis. In this video piece, actor Jason Gray-Stanford, who appeared in the Tff 2012 film Caroline and Jackie, demonstrates the multiple transformations an actor goes through from role to role. In just two time-lapsed minutes, he assumes four radically different personas and characters, »
All it can take is one night for tension and drama between friends, lovers and siblings to rise to the fore, and in the upcoming indie flick "Caroline and Jackie" making its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, it's one evening that changes things forever.
Marking the feature directorial debut of Adam Christian Clark, the film stars Marguerite Moreau (“Shameless”), Bitsie Tulloch (“Grimm”), David Giuntoli (“Grimm”), Valerie Azlynn, David Fuit, and Jason Gray-Stanford in the story that centers on Caroline (Moreau), who is on a celebratory birthday trip and decides visits her sister, Jackie (Tulloch) and her boyfriend (Giuntoli). But what starts out as a fun evening with close friends quickly goes askew, as the effects of the sisters’ obscure past begins to take its toll on the night’s affair. Caroline and the group attempt to support Jackie for an apparent illness – though it’s unclear who really needs the most help. »
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