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The world premiere of The Fallen Faithful, a movie shot entirely in Tampa, is debuting at the Channelside IMAX theaters on April 8th. Proceeds from the ticket sales are going to the 1 Voice Foundation. Tickets can be purchased by going to the 1 Voice Foundation's site, clicking the "events" tab, then go to "The Fallen Faithful" link.
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V.I.P tickets are going for $75 and they include a pre-cocktail party with the people behind The Fallen Faithful, the presentation of the movie, and an after-party in which the cast will also attend. If one can't make a full-night of this event, $10 tickets are available for a special 5:30 screening of the feature. The Fallen Faithful features rising-star Sonny Marinelli and acclaimed actor Mark Margolis.
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Mark Margolis. Courtesy of IMDb.
The Fallen Faithful, a movie shot entirely in Tampa, will premiere on April 8th, 2010. This will be a red carpet event held at Channelside 10 cinemas. Executive producer P.J. Leonard and his Other Side of the River Productions, are teaming up with 1 Voice Foundation to put on this wonderful event.
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The flick tells the story of a character that is morally conflicted. In his mind, he is a man of God and wants to lead a good life. However, he feels pressured to please a ruthless crime boss, who uses him as a hitman. Our anti-hero is played by Sonny Marinelli and the crime boss is played by the legendary Mark Margolis. Also in the film, veteran actor Obba Babatunde »
Robert here, continuing my series of the directors that shaped the past 10 years. Last week I wrote about a “love him” or “hate him” director that turned out to be mostly loved. So having promised such a man I feel like I let you down. I think I can do better with this week’s subject: Darren Aronofsky
Number of Films: Three.
Total Disasters: None.
Awards: Requiem and The Wrestler receive Oscar Nominations for acting. The Wrestler gets the Spirit Award for Best Picture. The Fountain goes mostly overlooked (because The Academy has no idea what a good movie score sounds like).
3 items from 2009
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