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'Project Eden: Vol. I' to make its world premiere at Boston SciFi

Emily Fradenburgh and Peter Christian Hansen in 'Project Eden: Vol I' (Photo: Christopher Lange/Mark Hobson).. . Ashlee Jensen and Terrance Young.s Project Eden: Vol. I will have its world premiere at the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival next month. . Shot across the Us, Australia and Nz, Project Eden: Vol. I stars Erick Avari (Stargate, The Mummy, Mr. Deeds), Mike Dopud (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dark Matter), Bruce Bohone (Fargo, Man of Steel), Cliff Simon (Stargate Sg-1), Anna McGahan (Underbelly: Razor, House Husbands) and Paul O.Brien (Home & Away). . The thriller follows a young woman who, aided by an ex-military officer, becomes an unwitting fugitive after she discovers her son's catatonic state may be at the heart of a global conspiracy. . .We are thrilled that this film gets to have its world premiere, not only in the United States where this story was first conceived, but at
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Instrum International to handle sales for 'Project Eden: Vol. I'

Erick Avari in 'Project Eden: Vol. I'. (Photo credit: Christopher Lange/Mark Hobson). . The worldwide sales for feature Project Eden: Vol.I, directed by Aussie filmmaking duo Ashlee Jensen and Terrance Young, will be handled by La-based Instrum International. . The thriller has just wrapped after a 12-month shoot spanning the Us, Australia and Nz. . Project Eden: Vol. I. follows a young woman who, aided by an ex-military officer, becomes an unwitting fugitive after she discovers her son's catatonic state may be at the heart of a global conspiracy. . It stars Erick Avari (Stargate, The Mummy, Mr. Deeds), Mike Dopud (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dark Matter), Bruce Bohone (Fargo, Man of Steel), Cliff Simon (Stargate Sg-1), Anna McGahan (The Kettering Incident, Underbelly) and Paul O.Brien (Home & Away). . This is the second film from co-directors and writers Jensen and Young and their company Mad Anth.m Productions after indie.500 miles.
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