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Be the "Casting Director" Who would you pick? Contact: email@example.com if you are on the list. Look for "Forgotten" in theaters July/August of 2013.
This is amazing stuff.
"I'm speechless. This is unbelievable stuff. A terrific slice of magic realism. There isn't a frame out of place. I loved the colors, I love the setting, and I loved the effects - I actually gasped when the room flooded. It's the type of thing that could be really twee in the wrong hands, but what's so impressive is how the director maintains this really eccentric tone that's dark and whimsical at the same time. The production values, the edits, the music -- this is amazing stuff." - Tim Ryan Senior Editor for Rotten Tomatoes This is a review from a film festival Libby Blood was in. The Judges went absolutely nuts for the little film about a 11 year old girl in 1939 war torn France.
Beside Still Waters (2013)
A modern day "The Big Chill"
Seldom at todays film festivals do you expect films with great writing, acting & direction, but that is exactly what "Beside Still Waters" delivers. A modern day "The Big Chill" with some new twist and turns. The ensemble cast pulls together nicely to give the audience some ownership of the problems that plague us all in these tough times. The film doesn't preach, it entertains us while reminding us how so much has gone wrong. Director Chris Lowell simply treats the audience with respect and knows they're intelligent enough to know that problems exist with the main character like the cabin being sold. Keeping it real the film has great characters with real flaws that we can relate to. Very real, very clever and very funny. A good time for sure. The short running time left me wanting a little more and that's always a good sign.
ToddBlood@me.com Exhibitors First Distribution
Full Circle (2013)
Full Circle has come full circle
You don't expect great humor when you go to an inner city shoot-em up like "FULL CIRCLE". You also don't expect to get a little Gene Kelly "Singing in the rain" light hearted fun. Now don't get me wrong this film is heavy in violence, chicks and language but even you white folk like myself will blow right by all that because you're having such a great time. In this day and age we're living in, why in the world aren't the major studios making films like this or at least picking up guys like Slick(Solvan Naim) and Olli Koivula. These two Directors deliver a full and arousing inner city film with a lot of heart. I dare you not to fall in love with Slick's character in this film. The villain is so damn good, I'm still having bad dreams about him. The cast is one of the best ensembles in over a decade. Slick and Tiandra Gayle(Casting Director) have done something special here. You would have to live in Brooklyn your entire life to find this many rich characters and that's exactly what Slick did. The utter rawness and reality of this film goes home with you along with hilarious characters and their impossible situations. Films like Traffic, End of Watch and Training Day come to mind when thinking about this film and its up and coming cast and crew. I would love to distribute this film domestically on over 500 screens.
Todd Blood: President of Exhibitors First Distribution.