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Kingdom Come (2011)

Chronicling first-time filmmaker Daniel Gillies' struggle to finance his independent feature film, Broken Kingdom, and featuring other filmmakers' stories of their own adventures in indie cinema.


Paiman Kalayeh (co-director), John Lyons Murphy (co-director)

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Credited cast:
Selma Blair ... Herself
Edward Burns ... Himself
Bruce Campbell ... Himself
Lizzy Caplan ... Herself
Seymour Cassel ... Himself
Don Cheadle ... Himself
Joanne Cook Joanne Cook ... Herself
Rachael Leigh Cook ... Herself
Tom Cook Tom Cook ... Himself
Alan Cumming ... Himself
Tom DiCillo ... Himself
Drake Doremus ... Himself
Illeana Douglas ... Herself
Marc Forster ... Himself
Daniel Gillies ... Himself


The documentary follows the multi-year journey of a first-time director and his producer through the challenging process of raising financing for their independent film entitled _Broken Kingdom (2010)_. This individual study of indie perseverance interweaves itself with rare and intimate interviews from over thirty experienced filmmakers and actors sharing their own personal stories of challenge and triumph in indie film. Written by Anonymous

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Following your dreams can really be a nightmare.


Documentary | Drama



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2 October 2012 (USA) See more »

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Kingdom Come
8 March 2014 | by lorimaierSee all my reviews

I first watched Broken Kingdom after coming across it on cable. I fell in love with it. Then Kingdom Come caught my eye, again while flick'n through cable. I was interested because I had seen the movie. I was so caught up in this documentary I could not stop watching. Maybe I'm an emotional person but this brought me to tears. It really was eye opening to see what artists have to go through to get their story told/produced. This was stressful for me to watch. I can not imagine what they must have felt on their journey. I would recommend both the film & the documentary for all to watch, in what order I can not say. I suppose after watching the documentary someone might be more interested in seeing the film. I myself am grateful that I saw the film first. I LOVE independent films more now these days than ever before. There is nothing left to see these days but reality t.v. and crap that's shoved down our throats. Please don't stop doing what you do!!! We love you all the more for it.

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