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3 items from 2012


"Donovan's Echo" Bounces Off The Future

10 September 2012 1:13 PM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

From Anchor Bay Entertainment and Union Pictures, Sneak Peek the Vancouver-lensed mystery suspense feature "Donovan's Echo" directed by Jim Cliffe, now available on DVD.

The film stars Danny Glover ("Predator 2"), Bruce Greenwood ("Star Trek"), Natasha Calis, Sonja Bennett, David Lewis, Ian Tracey ("Intelligence") and Lanette Ware :

"...'Donovan' (Danny Glover) returns home to discover that tragic events from his past are possibly repeating. Plagued by 'déjà vu', he is convinced his young neighbour and her mother are doomed to die on the anniversary of his wife and daughter’s deaths.

"Struggling to unlock the pattern, Donovan tries to solicit the help of his brother-in-law, police 'Sergeant Finnley' (Bruce Greenwood). When his facts don’t add up, Donovan’s sanity is questioned. Is he losing his mind, or running out of time ?..."

Screenplay is by Cliffe and Melodie Krieger, for producers Trent Carlson, Andria Spring and executive producers Mary Anne Waterhouse and Greenwood. »

- M. Stevens

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Viff '12: Donovan's Echo, Existentialism and Searching for Patience: A Movie Review

13 February 2012 4:00 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Director: Jim Cliffe.

Writers: Jim Cliffe, and Melodie Krieger.

Cast: Danny Glover, Bruce Greenwood and Natasha Calis.

Donovan's Echo was the final film to show at the Victoria Film Festival and this is a "psychological thriller" starring Danny Glover as director Jim Cliffe mentioned. This was a late showing on a Sunday night and this critic was looking for a few more thrills in Cliffe's movie debut. The director intentionally made the film in such a way to build the tension until the final climax.

There is no doubt that this is an above average film; however, there could have been more conflict in the early parts of the film. That aside, the story begins with Glover as Donovan, a retired physicist. Donovan had worked on the Manhattan Project, the experiment to develop the atomic bomb. Along the way, Donovan had also delved into cold fusion, but now he is »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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"Donovan's Echo"- Can His Past Save Our Future?

7 February 2012 1:32 PM, PST | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

From Canadian distributor Union Pictures, Sneak Peek the Vancouver-lensed mystery suspense feature "Donovan's Echo" directed by Jim Cliffe, opening in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and other select Canadian theatres, February 24th, 2012.

"Donovan's Echo" stars Danny Glover ("Predator 2"), Bruce Greenwood ("Star Trek"), Natasha Calis, Sonja Bennett, David Lewis, Ian Tracey ("Intelligence") and Lanette Ware :

"...'Donovan' (Danny Glover) returns home to discover that tragic events from his past are possibly repeating. Plagued by 'déjà vu', he is convinced his young neighbour and her mother are doomed to die on the anniversary of his wife and daughter’s deaths.

"Struggling to unlock the pattern, Donovan tries to solicit the help of his brother-in-law, police 'Sergeant Finnley' (Bruce Greenwood). When his facts don’t add up, Donovan’s sanity is questioned. Is he losing his mind, or running out of time ?..."

Screenplay is by Cliffe and Melodie Krieger, for producers Trent Carlson, Andria Spring »

- Michael Stevens

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