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Wamg Interview: Cody Stokes – Director and Writer of the Netflix Hit The Ghost That Walks

Wamg Interview: Cody Stokes – Director and Writer of the Netflix Hit The Ghost That Walks
Shot in St. Louis by former St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase award-winner Cody Stokes, The Ghost Who Walks is a huge hit currently on Netflix. It’s breathlessly paced ride through the hidden underbelly of the city. After five years in prison, Nolan (Garland Scott) is given his freedom, but his release required that he rat on his former boss — a betrayal that carries a death sentence. Nolan must now scramble to find his ex, Lena (Alexia Rasmussen), and the 5-year-old daughter he’s never met before Donnie (Gil Darnell) can track him down and kill him. Nolan’s quest is simple: Put his family back together and escape. But to build a better future, Nolan first must face his past in all its forms. Can Nolan survive the night? Or is he already a ghost, doomed from the moment the prison doors opened?

Cody Stokes took the time to talk
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Netflix Adding More Great Movies This Week To Help You Self-Quarantine

Netflix Adding More Great Movies This Week To Help You Self-Quarantine
Bored yet? Depending on where you are in the world, you’ll be at varying stages of lockdown fatigue. Luckily, though, there’s always new content to occupy you just around the corner. Like, for instance, these new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this week. Hooray, no more boredom.

Here’s the day by day list of what’s arriving on the streaming service between April 6th and April 12th…

April 6th:

Bleach (New Season) Mine 9 (2019) The Big Show Show (Season 1) The Florida Project (2017)

April 7th:

Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020 (Part 3) The Ghost Who Walks (2019)

April 9th:

Hi Score Girl (Season 2) The Circle France (Season 1)

April 10th:

Brews Brothers (Season 1) La Originals (2020) Love Wedding Repeat (2020) School Life (2019) The Main Event (2020) The Trial (Season 1) Tigertail (2020) Time to Hunt (2020)

April 11th:

Code 8 (2019)

Ok, so it’s not the most dazzling batch of titles Netflix have ever added to their platform.
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Sliff 2019 Review – The Ghost Who Walks

The Ghost Who Walks will screen at The Tivoli Theater (6350 Delmar) Friday, Nov 15 at 9:30pmas part of this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival.Writer and Director Cody Stokes and producer Dan Gartner will be in attendance and will host a post-screening Q&a. Ticket information can be found Here

Shot in St. Louis by former St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase award-winner Cody Stokes, The Ghost Who Walks is a breathlessly paced ride through the hidden underbelly of the city. After five years in prison, Nolan (Garland Scott) is given his freedom, but his release required that he rat on his former boss — a betrayal that carries a death sentence. Nolan must now scramble to find his ex, Lena (Alexia Rasmussen), and the 5-year-old daughter he’s never met before Donnie (Gil Darnell) can track him down and kill him. Nolan’s quest is simple: Put his family back together and escape.
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First Full Trailer for Cody Stokes' Crime Drama 'The Ghost Who Walks'

"If I was you, kid, I'd run like hell..." Ghost Walker Films has released the official trailer for an indie crime drama titled The Ghost Who Walks, the feature directorial debut of filmmaker / cinematographer Cody Stokes. This is playing at the Sidewalk Film Festival in Alabama coming up this month, and is still looking for a distributor after premiering this summer. This "action-packed tale of redemption" is about a criminal fresh out of jail who rats out his former boss for one last chance to reunite his family and become the father he never was. Garland Scott stars, along with Frank Mosley, Alexia Rasmussen, Gil Darnell, Dasha Nekrasova, Nattalyee Randall, Linda Kennedy, and Peter Mayer. The plot isn't that original, but the film looks like it has an energy and vibrant style that sets it apart from everything else. And it's an awesome trailer with some seriously slick, intense editing at the end.
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Exclusive Poster and Stills for Sidewalk Bound The Ghost Who Walks

Keen-eyed cinephiles with a penchant for true American indies from this past decade will recognize Cody Stokes as the cinematographer and co-writer of Uncertain Terms and Soft in the Head, seminal micro-budget features from prolific director Nathan Silver. Stokes' own work as a director has fallen both on the narrative and documentary sides, and includes the excellent, A Year Long Morning (viewable on the filmmaker's website). Ahead of its bow at the 21st annual Sidewalk Film Festival on August 24, Screen Anarchy is pleased to share a sneak peek of Stokes' feature directorial debut, The Ghost Who Walks, a moody crime drama with a tinge of Christmas spirit. Winner of the coveted U.S. In Progress prize at the 2018 Champs-Elysees Film Festival, Stokes had the...

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