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Altered States of Plaine Returning to Brazil Later This Month and Will Debut on Latin American TV This Summer

We love reporting stories like these about indie features that find success. Read on for the details of what's coming up for Nick Gaglia's Altered States of Plaine.

Nick dropped us a line yesterday with the following update on his film: Since its world premiere in Brazil last May, Altered States of Plaine (or rather Estados Alterados de Plaine) has taken Latin America by storm! After playing at Fantaspoa - International Fantastic Film Festival in Brazil, Macabro Film Festival in Mexico, Buenos Aires Rojos Sangre Film Festival in Argentina, Post Mortem Film Festival in Mexico, and Montevideo Fantastico Film Festival in Uruguay (where it won a screenwriting award), the indie feature has been picked up by Turner Broadcasting and will be making it television debut starting this summer all over Latin America.

Filmmaker Gaglia (visit his official site here) was approached by a Turner exec in Porte Alegre, Brazil,
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New Clip from Altered States of Plaine Centers Around a Visitation; World Premiere Info

It's been a year since last we heard anything about Nick Gaglia's Altered States of Plaine, but he got in touch this week to provide us with a new exclusive clip and also let us know when and where the sci-fi tinged thriller will be having its world premiere.

Altered States of Plaine will have its debut in May at the 2012 Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival, the biggest genre film festival in Latin America, attracting over 7,000 viewers each year.

"It's an honour for Fantaspoa to hold the world premiere of Altered States of Plaine, the new film by Nick Gaglia. Instead of complaining about budget limitation to create this sci-fi film, Nick (who also co-wrote and co-produced) assembled an amazingly talented team that clearly have put their hearts into the project. In a film industry scenario where much has been done and we see a lot of sequels, remakes,
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