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Infinity Chamber: Watch This Exclusive Clip From Travis Milloy's Sci-fi Flick

This morning Screen Anarchy has an exclusive clip from Travis Milloy's sci-fi man in a box feature Infinity Chamber. The film already made its theatrical bow in the U.S. earlier this month and will be available on VOD tomorrow, September 26th.   Infinity Chamber tells the story of an automated justice system in the future and the tragedies that occur when the computer systems become flawed. We follow one prisoner who is falsely arrested and thrown into an automated prison to undergo an intense interrogation program that forces him to relive the day of his suspected crime over and over until the evidence is found to either convict or acquit him. During this process, a war erupts in the outside world, leaving our hero trapped...

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Smt Thursday Trailers: ‘Shape of Water’ Redband and ‘Infinity Chamber’

(Aotn) “The Shape of Water” Redband is here on Smt! And not only is Guillermo Del Toro’s Latest and Greatest ready to go, so is Lotus Entertainment’s “Infinity Chamber”!

Check the out the Oscar buzz-worthy “The Shape of Water’s” Redband trailer here and now (Warning: Language Advisory):

From master story teller, Guillermo del Toro, comes The Shape Of Water – an other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1962. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment. Rounding out the cast are Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Michael Stuhlbarg and Doug Jones. Directed by: Guillermo del Toro Screenplay by: Guillermo del Toro & Vanessa Taylor Story by: Guillermo del Toro Produced by: Guillermo del Toro,
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All Doors Are Closed and All Memories are False in this First Trailer for Sci-fi Thriller Infinity Chamber

Tagline: "Justice is Automated. Your Fate is Secure." Travis Milloy's (Pandorum, 2009) Somnio was recently renamed to Infinity Chamber. This sci-fi thriller was completed in 2016 and shown in London. This year, the film will have theatrical showings in Los Angeles, this September. As well, XLRator Media is getting set to show the film through Video-on-demand, in September, also. This title deals with a prisoner. Frank's (Christopher Soren Kelly) only interactions are with an automated security camera. The days turn into weeks as Frank struggles to find any way out of his confinement. Now, a trailer is available for Infinity Chamber! Viewers might notice that 28Dla gets a mention, in the clip. This film was reviewed here, as Somnio: An Infinity Chamber Review (as Somnio) on 28Dla. Other early reviewers are also mentioned. Meanwhile, the trailer shows some of Frank's memories. A coffee shop is shown and a barista. Not much later,
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Film News Roundup: Jay Duplass, Edie Falco Drama ‘Outside In’ Gets 2018 Release

Film News Roundup: Jay Duplass, Edie Falco Drama ‘Outside In’ Gets 2018 Release
In today’s film news roundup, the Jay Duplass and Edie Falco drama “Outside In” gets a theatrical release, and “Wonderstruck” actress Millicent Simmonds lands a role in John Krasinski and Emily Blunt’s “A Quiet Place.”

Acquisition

The Orchard has acquired worldwide rights to Lynn Shelton’s drama “Outside In,” starring Jay Duplass and Edie Falco, with plans for a release in early 2018.

Producers are Mel Eslyn and Lacey Leavitt. “Outside In” marks the eighth collaboration between between Duplass Brothers Productions and The Orchard.

Shelton directed “Outside In” from script she co-wrote with Jay Duplass. Falco plays a high school teacher and Duplass portrays her ex-student, as they explore a relationship after his release from a 20-year prison sentence. The film will premiere next month at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Shelton’s directing credits include “Humpday,” “Your Sister’s Sister” and “Laggies.” Duplass is currently starring on the Amazon series “Transparent,” producing
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The All Seeing Eye Knows Everything in Travis Milloy's Infinity Chamber: Official Artwork

Tagline: "Justice is Automated. Your Fate is Secure." Travis Milloy's (Pandorum, 2009) Somnio has been renamed to Infinity Chamber. This title has been scheduled, by distributor XLRator Media, for a September release. The film is character focused. And, Infinity Chamber involves themes of surveillance and government intrusion. A review for this title was posted here: An Infinity Chamber Review on 28Dla (as Somnio). Now, the film's official release artwork is hosted here. The graphic shows central character Frank, played by Christopher Soren Kelly. He is thought to be a rebel and imprisoned in an underground facility. His only interaction is with the camera, shown in the film poster and another off-screen character. Reality is altered as Frank's memory is probed for sedition. The setting is austere, much like the movie poster. Finally, this poster captures the imprisoning nature of Infinity Chamber. Infinity Chamber is a blend of horror and sci-fi.
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Pandorum Writer's Infinity Chamber Goes to XLrator

Infinity Chamber (formerly "Somnio", a film You helped fund) is the feature directorial debut from Travis Milloy, writer of Pandorum , who has turned in a mind-bending thriller that will have you guessing until the end (yes, I had the chance to screen the film last year and loved it).

XLrator media have picked the film up for distribution and will bring it to U.S. cinemas on September 15, 2017 and available on iTunes and VOD on September 26, 2017.

For better or worse they changed the name of the film to Infinity Chamber, which might seem a bit sci-fi generic but it does reflect the plot and themes of the film I'd say.

Synopsis:

One man is held [Continued ...]
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Poster Premiere For Sci-Fi Flick Infinity Chamber

Travis Milloy's sci-fi flick Infinity Chamber (formerly Somnio) will be in U.S. cinemas on September 15, 2017 and available on iTunes and VOD on September 26, 2017. Screen Anarchy has your first looks at the poster for the flick so you know what to look for this Fall in theatres or online.    Christopher Soren Kelly (Ink) and Cassandra Clark (Englishman in L.A.) star. XLrator Media is handling the North American release.     Trapped in a futuristic automated prison and subjected to relentless computer interrogation, a wrongfully imprisoned man must outwit his captors and escape to the outside world that may already be wiped out. Fans of cerebral science fiction will savor this haunting dystopian vision evoking Philip K. Dick and George Orwell. ...

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Program announced for Sydney’s 10th annual Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Film Festival

Presented by Deadhouse Films, The 10th annual A Night of Horror International Film Festival, and Fantastic Planet: Sydney Sci-Fi and Fantasy Film Festival, screen simultaneously at Dendy Cinemas Newtown from November 24 to December 4, 2016. Says festival director Dean Bertram:

The 10th annual festival is going to be our biggest event yet. Featuring over 100 films, several international filmmaker guests, multiple parties and a horror filmmaking master class; Sydney’s genre fans and filmmaking community are going to be treated to eleven days of the best and freshest horror, sci-fi, and fantasy from around the globe.

The festival opens on Thursday November 24, with the Australian premiere of the international festival hit Peelers, plus a Q&A with special international guest: Canadian director Sevé Schelenz. And in keeping with the spirit of the bloody hilarious film, the screening will be followed by a “zombie and strippers” themed after party.

The closing night film,
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Living in a Dream with Travis Milloy's Somnio: A Film Review

*an online screener of this film was provided by producer Laurie Sheldon. Director/writer: Travis Milloy. Cast: Christopher Soren Kelly and Cassandra Clark. The Latin word Somnio can be defined as looking into a dream. And, much of Travis Milloy's (Pandorum) first feature, Somnio, is somewhat like that of a daydream, but more of a nightmare. One protagonist is forced to relive a sequence of events, over and over again. Smallish in nature, this film is also a bit of mystery. Is the central character, Frank (Christopher Soren Kelly), guilty of governmental transgressions? Or, has he been wrongly imprisoned? Milloy's script will keep you guessing until the end as themes of surveillance and the over-reliance on tech' weave their way into the narrative. Somnio is a decent indie entry into the science fiction and mystery genres. There are a number of differences between indie titles and major productions. Major
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SciFi London Film Festival 2016: Somnio Review

In a world where we are increasingly reliant on technology to run the minutiae of our daily lives, we have to ask ourselves, how much of our society would we be willing to hand over to a computer? Healthcare? Education? The criminal justice system? Travis Milloy’s Somnio is set in the near future, in a

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Bunker Blueprint: Pandorum Creator's Somnio Looks Worthy of Support

Travis Milloy, the writer of the amazing sci-fi/horror film Pandorum, is at the tail end of production on an independent thriller called Somnio and has taken to Kickstarter to make the final push.

The film sounds extremely intriguing and looks great on the production side. Milloy has a ton of experience as a writer, so I can only imagine the story is a lean and tight one. Take a gander at the synopsis and watch the video and if you like what you see, hey, toss it some love dollars.

Synopsis:

One man is held captive in a futuristic, automated prison, kept alive by a computerized jailer. His only means of psychological escape is to live in an imaginary world with the woman he loves. [Continued ...]
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Nicolas Cage Reunites With Mike Figgis For Exit 147

Nicolas Cage Reunites With Mike Figgis For Exit 147
The last time Nicolas Cage and director Mike Figgis worked together, the result was Leaving Las Vegas, which scored four Oscar nominations and saw the actor go home with a Best Actor gong. So you can see why he might be eager to reunite with the director, signing on to star in an ensemble film called Exit 147.Travis Milloy wrote the script, which weaves together different narratives, including a police officer with a warped sense of justice (Cage), a women escaping her abusive partner and said man, whom Cage ends up arresting. They all become embroiled in a series of sadistic mind games.“This is the kind of story that turns up once in a blue moon," Figgis tells Variety. "It is the perfect vehicle for Nicolas, and I am excited to be back in business with this great actor. I love this combination of dark and scary balanced with edgy humour.
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Cage Set For Figgis' "Exit," Schrader's "Dog"

Nicolas Cage is set to re-team with his "Leaving Las Vegas”" director Mike Figgis on thriller "Exit 147" at Umedia. Shooting begins in January.

Travis Milloy ("Pandorum") penned the script in which Cage will star as a cop with a warped sense of justice. He arrests an abusive partner of a woman and all three become embroiled in a series of sadistic mind games.

Cage has also joined the cast of Paul Schrader's contemporary crime thriller "Dog Eat Dog" at Arclight Films. Schrader and Matt Wilder penned the script while Mark Earl Burman and David Hillary will produce.

An adaptation of Eddie Bunker's award-winning book, the story follows a trio of Los Angeles based ex-cons hired for a kidnapping. When the botched abduction goes awry, the cons find themselves on the run.

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Nicolas Cage and Mike Figgis to re-team for Exit 147

Variety has reported the news that Leaving Las Vegas star Nicolas Cage and director Mike Figgis are set to re-team two decades later for Exit 147, which is scripted by Travis Milloy (Pandorum) and will see see Cage star as a policeman with a “warped sense of justice.” So far, so Cage.

“This is the kind of story that turns up once in a blue moon. It is the perfect vehicle for Nicolas and I am excited to be back in business with this great actor. I love this combination of dark and scary balanced with edgy humor,” said Figgis.

Released in 1995, Leaving Las Vegas saw Cage win the Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Actor, and garnered numerous nominations at both ceremonies.
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Nicolas Cage Reteams With 'Leaving Las Vegas' Director Mike Figgis For 'Exit 147'

It's hard to remember a time when Nicolas Cage was a viable, award contending actor, and not just a guy who appeared in movies that serve as a career punchline. But indeed, Cage does have an Oscar on his shelf, and it's thanks to Mike Figgis, who directed him in "Leaving Las Vegas." Now the pair are reuniting for a new movie, and one that was previously attached to Taylor Kitsch and Julian Jarrold (“Great Expectations,” “Brideshead Revisited”). Penned by Travis Milloy ("Pandorum"), "Exit 147" will find Cage playing a cop who gets involved in some mind games with a woman escaping the abusive husband he has arrested. Figgis says this movie will have "edgy humour" and that it's an ensemble piece with a handful of narrative threads. Read More: Christina Hendricks, Julia Stiles, And Matt Dillon Get 'Seconds Of Pleasure' With Mike Figgis Directing For a long time now,
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Nicolas Cage and Mike Figgis Reunite for First Time Since 'Leaving Las Vegas'

Mike Figgis has tapped Nicolas Cage to star in his thriller "Exit 147," THR reports. Written by Travis Milloy ("Pandorum"), the darkly humorous film follows Cage as a corrupt policeman who arrests a woman's abusive partner, only to become entangled in a series of sick mind games. The film will weave various story strands with multiple characters. "This is the kind of story that turns up once in a blue moon," Higgis told THR of this "dream project for a small ensemble." Figgis hasn't had a film hit quite as hard since his "Leaving Las Vegas," a deeply depressing story of a failed screenwriter (Cage, unhinged and sympathetic, won the Oscar that year) who meets a heart-of-gold prostitute (Elisabeth Shue, also nominated that year) on his way to rock bottom. Cage will soon be seen in Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden biopic opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt. “Exit 147″ is produced by Lenny Beckerman of Uber Content,
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Nicolas Cage, Mike Figgis Reteam on Thriller ‘Exit 147′ (Exclusive)

Nicolas Cage, Mike Figgis Reteam on Thriller ‘Exit 147′ (Exclusive)
Nicolas Cage is reteaming with his “Leaving Las Vegas” helmer Mike Figgis on thriller “Exit 147.”

Exit 147″ is repped in international markets by Umedia and written by Travis Milloy (“Pandorum”). Cage will star as a cop with a warped sense of justice.

The plot of “Exit 147″ intertwines various characters and narratives, including Cage’s policeman, a woman escaping her abusive partner, a man that Cage arrests — all get embroiled in a series of sadistic mind games.

“This is the kind of story that turns up once in a blue moon. It is the perfect vehicle for Nicolas, and I am excited to be back in business with this great actor. I love this combination of dark and scary balanced with edgy humor,” said Figgis, who added that it was a “dream project for a small ensemble of actors.”

Cage last worked with Figgis on “Leaving Last Vegas,” which
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Afm 2013: Taylor Kitsch Gets Off on Exit 147

Calm down, ladies. We're not talking about that. Screen Daily is reporting that "Friday Night Lights" star Taylor Kitsch is attached to the upcoming thriller Exit 147, one of three new films being introduced by Umedia at the Afm.

In the flick Kitsch stars as “a sadistic cop who plays mind games with a young traveler whom he stops driving through the desert one night.”

Set to go into production in the second quarter of 2014, it is directed by Julian Jarrold. Exit 147 was written by Travis Milloy (Pandorum) and is a Umedia presentation of a Mandalay Vision production.

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AFM: Taylor Kitsch to Play Psycho Cop in 'Exit 147'

AFM: Taylor Kitsch to Play Psycho Cop in 'Exit 147'
Santa Monica – Battleship star Taylor Kitsch has signed on to star in Exit 147, a thriller directed by British helmer Julian Jarrold (Becoming Jane) which UMedia is presenting to buyers at the AFM. The Friday Night Lights alum will play a sadistic cop who stops a traveler driving through the desert at night and begins playing mind games with him. Jarrold, whose credits also include Kinky Boots and Red Riding: In the Year of Our Lord 1974, will direct from a script by Travis Milloy (Pandorum). Production is set to begin in the second quarter of 2014. Mandalay Vision

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Taylor Kitsch To Take "Exit 147"

Taylor Kitsch ("John Carter," "Battleship") is attached to star in the thriller "Exit 147" at Mandalay Vision.

Kitsch plays a sadistic cop who plays mind games with a young traveller who he stops driving through the desert one night.

Julian Jarrold ("Red Riding: 1974," "Brideshead Revisited") directs the project from a script by Travis Milloy ("Pandorum"). Shooting begins in the second quarter of 2014.

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