J M R Luna directed Arclight’s Tell, about a small-time crook who lands in trouble when he pulls of a major bank robbery.
Kevin Mann, Matt Perniciaro and Christopher Boyd of Haven Entertainment produced with Ventimiglia (pictured) and Russ Cundiff of Divide Pictures (Static). Mauricio Betancur, Rick Matros and George Voskericyan are the executive producers.
The film is currently in post and is scheduled for a summer release. Arclight will present previously unseen footage.
Spotlight Pictures CEO Matt McCombs has unveiled five projects for the market. The musically inspired There is Always Woodstock stars Allison Miller, James Wolk, Rumer Willis, Ryan Guzman, Katey Sagal, Anna Anissimova and Brittany Snow.
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