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Movie Marker Magazine sat down with actress/producer, Erin Fogel to talk acting, making movies in New York City and her latest role in ‘The Strike’.

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Erin Fogel

Have you always lived in New York? Can you tell us a little about your early beginnings?

I actually grew up in the beloved state of…New Jersey (womp womp). My parents had moved there with the thought that that the suburbs might be a better environment to grow up in. My father always worked on the Upper East Side, and my parents were in Manhattan every weekend for dinner, shopping, and theatre. I always longed to be there and visited as often as I could get a ride! Admittedly, I was not the biggest fan of living in the ‘burbs. I worked at the mall, waitressed at the local deli…really built up my suburban street credit, haha. Growing up with dreams of being an actor had limited accessibility and only the options provided by the school system. I attended a performing arts high school, but there were a lot of politics and cliques in the program which I always thought muddied the waters of real performance education. I would attend acting camps every summer which served as my theatrical escape! I had few weeks every year that I felt accepted for who I was and challenged to be my best and brightest.

I understand you are a yoga instructor, with your own New York-based studio. What inspired you to take the acting journey?

From when I was a very young child, I inherently had the passion for performance. My greatest joy in life was to make you laugh! From elementary school I followed a path that I hoped would lead me to where my heart desired. It might sound a bit cliché, but I was unfortunately the victim of some very intense bullying that started in grade school and followed me all the way through my Bachelor of Fine Arts experience at college (from both students and professors). I sometimes still wonder how I managed to not give up on myself in the face of some incredible adversity. As I entered “the real world”, I found that the industry was ironically much kinder and supportive than all of my years of pursuing acting in school. The only thing holding me back was my past self, and the insecurities that I had repressed all those years. At 22 years old, I found yoga. A brand new journey unfolded (pun intended) as I learned how to connect my mind with my body with my dreams. It opened up my ability to manifest the things I really wanted- and I wanted to share this magic with as many people as possible. In 2012, my mother and I opened House of Jai Yoga and have been helping others heal their bodies, their confidence, and their hearts so they may bring their best selves to everything that they want to achieve.

Erin Fogel

You have co-starred in some hot TV shows and movies, including ‘Boardwalk Empire’. Can you tell us a little about some of your acting roles and have you enjoyed one more than another?  

When I first approached on-camera acting, I had to make a lot of modifications from my background of theatre. I had to learn to be more subtle, yet equally as alive. I was a little lost. I didn’t know my type. I didn’t know my place. Or if there even was one…(delving right back into the headspace of my childhood insecurities). I received a call to audition for a pretty incredible film, ‘27 Dresses’, directed by Anne Fletcher. I was BURSTING with excitement. Luckily, the role was for an energetic bride (Shari Rabinowitz) so my natural enthusiasm and wide eyes really lent itself to the role. I didn’t hear back from that audition for weeks. I had completely accepted that it had passed me by. I’ll never forget that random afternoon, out of the blue, when Naomi Kolstein’s office (my manager for the past 10 years) called me with the booking. I hit the roof. I had gone from never even acting in a student film, to working on a Hollywood set, opposite the wonderful Katherine Heigl. It was the absolute most exciting time of my life to that point. I was also lucky enough to be asked by Anne Fletcher to work my improv skills for the role, a dream come true. The months that followed were all of my fantasies- red carpets, magazines, interviews, and parties surrounded by the best of the best in the industry. I was so thankful for 27 Dresses and to Mackey/Sandrich Casting for calling me in for what would become my first taste of the business I had fantasized about my entire life.

Erin Fogel, Katherine Heigl and Yetta Gottesman (27 Dresses)

Your recent lead role in the feature film ‘The Strike’ you executive produced and starred in. Can you tell us about the film and how you became involved?  

‘The Strike’ was a film built from the ground up with pure heart and soul. I had been SO ready to lead a production of my own. I was all set to begin development on a project I had written with Josh Sugarman, ‘Once Upon a Time in Brookland’ – a dark comedy based on a true story. I had already begun to attach actors to the film, one of which was my friend Guillermo Ivan (also a producer). It was with a big sigh that the film “hit the wall” (as they say), and development froze in its tracks. I was beside myself to have to release the actors from their hold dates. Guillermo had comforted me with the reminder that everything happens in the time that it should. Two weeks later, he approached me with the idea to make something together! I jumped in head first. I had locations, I had a budget, and I had the sheer need to do it. Guillermo developed the script within a few months, and we began filming later that year.

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The Strike (2016)

‘The Strike’ was wholly filmed on location in New York City. What was it like to film in ‘The Big Apple’? Did the cast and crew face any difficulties on location?

Have I mentioned I actually have three careers? When I’m not on set or running House of Jai, I am a real estate listing agent and broker. My family’s original company since 1959 is real estate management on the Upper East Side. I grew up amidst rentals, co-ops, retail, and restaurants in the neighborhood. It was always exciting to visit these places as a child and have them know who I was, and follow my progress as an actor. I always would say “one day, I’m coming to you for a location!” Little did they know, that day was coming with the production of ‘The Strike’. I was so lucky to have the perfect locations in different areas of the city, so that we could give the audience a true and authentic New York City landscape adventure! The only real difficulties we faced was weather. The winter ran…a bit later than usual! We had a pretty brisk start to production, but we rallied through it and kept each other warm with constant hugs and laughs.

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Erin Fogel and Bronson Pinchot in ‘The Strike’

The film stars an all international cast. How did the casting of veteran actor Bronson Pinchot, of ‘Perfect Strangers’ fame, come about?

We had been auditioning actors for the role of Carlo Lombardi every single day of our sessions. It was as if agents weren’t reading the description of the character, but were only sending in what they thought the name “Carlo Lombardi” represented (we learn that Carlo Lombardi is not even the characters real name). We needed someone who could bring a real charm and who understood comedy on a level that allowed for lightness but also a depth of emotion. We worried as the days went by (understatement). I remember the crew was sitting in one of our locations, Café Noi. I was pacing. I needed a big idea. Then it hit me like a bolt of lightning- BRONSON PINCHOT, my favorite childhood actor! Within a couple of days we were able to rest comfortably as we brought Bronson onto our team. It had been some time since Bronson was back in the business, and after filming I introduced him to Naomi Kolstein. He’s been booking great guest star gigs with Bohemia Group ever since!

What type of genre of film or TV show are you drawn to traditionally? 

Out and out Comedy. Thoughtful Comedy. And Comedy with a global message.

When you are not acting, what do you enjoy to do? 

Yoga is a part of my daily life, and something I grow to enjoy more and more. Plus it allows for me to eat more! I am a big veteran of the NYC restaurant scene (some faves include Marc Forgione, Lafayette, and The Marc), and I always try to look my best with great clothing pieces that satisfy my mild shopping addiction (my favorite local boutique is ShiShi on the Upper East Side.)

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Erin Fogel

What can we expect to see you doing over the next few months?

Currently I am in development on two new projects!

One is a new TV comedy series which will push the envelope and break the boundaries of culture and class as we bring them to a major clash. I am developing this new title with Justin Ross and Peter Basler of Bohemia Group’s production department, written alongside veteran writers Marc Morgenstern and Amy Acosta.

Concurrently, I am working on a new film – an awkward dramedy following the trials and tribulations of Willow, a young(ish) girl with a chronic illness that causes some major comedic destruction …. so lots to look forward in the coming months!

To learn more about Erin Fogel visit: http://www.erinfogel.com

Download ‘The Strike’ on all major digital platforms, and follow the funny on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/thestrikemovie

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Our weekly updated UK streaming listings for September 2018

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Between the increasing number of streaming platforms in our lives, there’s far too much great entertainment being released day after day for any sane person to keep track of. 

There’s streaming giant Netflix, the curated offerings of MUBI, all the latest releases on NOW TV, and online video emporium Amazon Prime. There’s something for everyone, on demand, just waiting to be selected. What a time to be alive!

But that doesn’t help when you’re looking for something to wile away the evening with, so let us lighten the load and make your viewing choice that little bit easier with our weekly updated round-up of everything being added to your favourite platform.

Saturday, September 1st

  • After the Sunset
  • Appaloosa
  • Birth
  • Cellular
  • Final Destination 3
  • Harold & Kumar Escape
  • Highwaymen
  • The Last Mimzy
  • Lost in Translation
  • The Man
  • Mr. Woodstock
  • New Year’s Eve
  • Pride and Glory
  • Rendition
  • Semi-Pro
  • Shoot Em Up
  • Silk

Sunday, September 2nd

  • The Green Inferno
  • The Way Back

Monday, September 3rd

  • Molly’s Game
  • Mr. Mercedes: Season 2 (new episode)

Thursday, September 6th

  • Pistorius

Monday, September 10th

  • Mr. Mercedes: Season 2 (new episode)

Friday, September 14th

  • Forever: Season 1

Monday, September 17th

  • Mr. Mercedes: Season 2 (new episode)
  • The Post
  • Suicide Squad

Wednesday, September 19th

  • The Commuter

Saturday, September 22nd

  • Full Metal Jacket
  • Get Smart
  • The Lake House
  • Lolita
  • Mortal Kombat
  • North by Northwest
  • Payback
  • The Philadelphia Story
  • Soylent Green
  • Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
  • The Towering Inferno

Sunday, September 23rd

  • Early Man

 

Wednesday, September 5th

  • Boro in the Box

Thursday, September 6th

  • Living Still Life

Friday, September 7th

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda

Saturday, September 8th

  • The Pleasure of Being Robbed

Sunday, September 9th

  • Tiny Furniture

Monday, September 10th

  • Went the Day Well?

Tuesday, September 11th

  • Champagne Charlie

Wednesday, September 12th

  • The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

Thursday, September 13th

  • Disorder

Friday, September 14th

  • The Wild Boys

Tuesday, September 18th

  • Eros Plus Massacre

Wednesday, September 19th

  • Street Life

Thursday, September 20th

  • Tonsler Park

Sunday, September 23rd

  • The Things of Life

 

 

Saturday, September 1st

  • The Bletchley Circle: Season 1 
  • The Bletchley Circle: Season 2
  • Born to Be Blue
  • Gangs of New York
  • Gone
  • Killing Gunther
  • La Catedral del Mar
  • Legally Blondes
  • The Man Who Invented Christmas
  • Marvel’s Iron Man
  • Marvel’s Iron Man 2
  • Marvel’s Iron Man 3
  • Million Dollar Baby
  • Monkey Twins
  • Moonstruck
  • The Mummy
  • The Mummy Returns
  • The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
  • Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
  • The Purge: Election Year
  • RoboCop 2
  • Saw VI
  • Sisters

Sunday, September 2nd

  • Mr. Sunshine: Season 1 (new episode)

Monday, September 3rd

  • The Debt Collector
  • Power: Season 5 (new episode)
  • A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities: Season 1 (new episode)

Tuesday, September 4th

  • Better Call Saul: Season 4 (new episode)

Wednesday, September 5th

  • The Hundred-Foot Journey

Thursday, September 6th

  • I Kill Giants
  • Inferno
  • Suits: Season 8 (new episode)

Tuesday, August 7th

  • Atypical: Season 2
  • Cable Girls: Season 3
  • City of Joy
  • Marvel’s Iron Fist: Season 2
  • The Most Assassinated Woman in the World
  • Next Gen
  • Shooter: Season 3 (new episode)
  • Sierra Burgess is a Loser
  • Stretch Armstrong & The Flex Fighters: Season 2

Saturday, September 8th

  • American Horror Story: Cult (new episode)

Sunday, September 9th

  • Mr. Sunshine: Season 1 (new episode)
  • Wynonna Earp: Season 2

Monday, September 10th

  • Power: Season 5 (new episode)
  • A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities: Season 1 (new episode)

Tuesday, September 11th

  • Better Call Saul: Season 4 (new episode)
  • Daniel Sloss: Live Shows
  • Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool
  • The Resistance Banker
  • The Square

Wednesday, September 12th

  • Burn After Reading
  • Call the Midwife: Season 6
  • Jane
  • On My Skin
  • Rex

Thursday, September 13th

  • Life Happens
  • Nowhere Boys: Two Moons Rising
  • Suits: Season 8 (new episode)

Friday, September 14th

  • American Vandal: Season 2
  • The Angel
  • Bleach
  • Boca Juniors Confidential
  • BoJack Horseman: Season 5
  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches
  • The Dragon Prince
  • Ingobernable: Season 2
  • The Land of Steady Habits
  • Last Hope
  • Shooter: Season 3 (new episode)
  • Super Monsters Monster Party: Songs

Saturday, September 15th

  • American Horror Story: Cult (new episode)
  • Cabins in the Wild, with Dick Strawbridge: Season 1
  • The Hangover
  • How to Live Mortgage Free, with Sarah Beeny: Season 1
  • Mr. Sunshine: Season 1 (new episode)
  • Queens vs. Kings: Season 1
  • Three Wives, One Husband: Season 1

Sunday, September 16th

  • Mr. Sunshine: Season 1 (new episode)

Monday, September 17th

  • A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities: Season 1 (new episode)

Tuesday, September 18th

  • Better Call Saul: Season 4 (new episode)
  • D.L. Hughley: Contrarian

Wednesday, September 19th

  • Julieta

Thursday, September 20th

  • American Honey
  • Suits: Season 8 (new episode)

Friday, September 21st

  • Battlefish
  • Dragon Pilot: Hisone & Masotan
  • The Good Cop: Season 1
  • Hilda
  • Maniac
  • Nappily Ever After
  • Norsemen: Season 2
  • Quincy
  • Rafinha Bastos: Ultimate

Saturday, September 22nd

  • American Horror Story: Cult (new episode)
  • Mr. Sunshine: Season 1 (new episode)

Sunday, September 23rd

  • Mr. Sunshine: Season 1 (new episode)

 

 

Saturday, September 1st

  • Braven

Sunday, September 2nd

  • The Little Hours

Monday, September 3rd

  • Guardians of the Tomb

Tuesday, September 4th

  • Chronically Metropolitan

Wednesday, September 5th

  • The Mimic

Thursday, September 6th

  • Singularity

Tuesday, August 7th

  • Final Score

Saturday, September 8th

  • The Disaster Artist

Sunday, September 9th

  • The Ballad of Lefty Brown

Monday, September 10th

  • Psych: The Movie

Tuesday, September 11th

  • Never Steady, Never Still

Wednesday, September 12th

  • Hatred

Thursday, September 13th

  • My Friend Dahmer

Friday, September 14th

  • Murder on the Orient Express

Saturday, September 15th

  • Oddsockeaters

Sunday, September 16th

  • The Forgiven

Monday, September 17th

  • Devil’s Gate

Tuesday, September 18th

  • Affairs of State

Wednesday, September 19th

  • Wings of Eagles

Friday, September 21st

  • All the Money in the World

That’s it for this week, but don’t forget to check back each week for a fresh round of new releases for the UK on streaming platforms Amazon Prime, MUBI, NOW TV, and Netflix.

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Find The List Of Nominations Here

BEST PICTURE:  THE SHAPE OF WATER

BEST ACTRESS: FRANCES MCDORMAND (THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI)

BEST ACTOR: GARY OLDMAN (DARKEST HOUR)

BEST DIRECTOR: GUILLERMO DEL TORO (THE SHAPE OF WATER)

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: THE SHAPE OF WATER

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: BLADE RUNNER 2049

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: GET OUT

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT: THE SILENT CHILD

BEST EDITING: DUNKIRK

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: BLADE RUNNER 2049

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM: COCO

BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM: DEAR BASKETBALL

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: ALLISON JANNEY (I, TONYA)

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM: A FANTASTIC WOMAN

0216: The performance of ‘Remember Me’ from ‘Coco’ was… interesting

PRODUCTION DESIGN: THE SHAPE OF WATER

0200: Jimmy asking Spielberg for pot…

SOUND EDITING: DUNKIRK

SOUND MIXING: DUNKIRK

DOCUMENTARY: ICARUS

0136: Best Documentary up next, presented by Best Director nominee Greta Gerwig and Laura Dern

COSTUME DESIGN: PHANTOM THREAD

HAIR AND MAKE-UP: DARKEST HOUR

0125: Next Up is Gal Gadot and Arnie Hammer for Hair and Make Up

0122: Sam Rockwell sets a time of 1minute29seconds for that Jet Ski

0115: First award of the night is for Best Supporting Actor…

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: SAM ROCKWELL (THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI)

0112: Jimmy encouraging the winners to make the night’s shortest speech and offering them a Jet-Ski as a prize

0110: ‘The longest Meryl Streep went without a nomination was from 1992 to 1995 and that was only because she was in prison’

0108: ‘We don’t make films like ‘Call Me By Your Name’ to make money, we make them to upset Mike Pence’

0100: And we’re off! Are you ready for the 90th Academy Awards?

 

2040(GMT): We’ll be live tweeting @MovieMarker from the red carpet at midnight (GMT) along with coverage of the ceremony itself from 1am (GMT)

Number of Nominations

The Shape of Water: 13

Dunkirk: 8

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: 7

Blade Runner 2049: 5

Lady Bird: 5

Best Picture

Call Me By Your Name
Darkest Hour
Dunkirk
Get Out
Lady Bird
Phantom Thread
The Post
The Shape of Water
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Director

Christopher Nolan – Dunkirk
Jordan Peele – Get Out
Greta Gerwig – Lady Bird
Paul Thomas Anderson – Phantom Thread
Guillermo del Toro – The Shape of Water

Adapted Screenplay

Call Me By Your Name
The Disaster Artist
Logan
Molly’s Game
Mudbound

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Sally Hawkins – The Shape of Water
Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Margot Robbie – I, Tonya
Saoirse Ronan – Lady Bird
Meryl Streep – The Post

Meryl Streep’s nomination is her 21st overall and her 17th in this category

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Timothée Chalamet – Call Me by Your Name
Daniel Day-Lewis – Phantom Thread
Daniel Kaluuya – Get Out
Gary Oldman – Darkest Hour
Denzel Washington – Roman J. Israel, Esq

Best Original Screenplay

The Big Sick
Get Out
Lady Bird
The Shape of Water
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Original Song

Remember Me (from Coco)
Mystery of Love (from Call Me By Your Name)
This Is Me (from The Greatest Showman)
Mighty River (from Mudbound)
Stand Up For Something (from Marshall)

Best Documentary Short

Edith & Eddie
Heaven is a Traffic Jam
Heroin(e)
Knifeskills
Traffic Stop

1342: Christopher Plummer there, who of course didn’t even know he was going to be in All The Money In The World only a couple of months ago (reshot Kevin Spacey’s character’s scenes)

Best Documentary Feature

Faces Places
Icarus
Last Men in Aleppo
Strong Island

Best Supporting Actress
Mary J. Blige – Mudbound
Allison Janney – I, Tonya
Leslie Manville – Phantom Thread
Laurie Metcalf – Lady Bird
Octavia Spencer – The Shape of Water
Best Supporting Actor

Willem Dafoe – The Florida Project
Woody Harrelson – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Richard Jenkins – The Shape of Water
Christopher Plummer – All the Money in the World
Sam Rockwell – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Foreign Language Film

A Fantastic Woman (Chile)
On Body and Soul (Hungary)
The Insult  (Lebanon)
Loveless  (Russia)
The Square (Sweden)

1339: Mudbound’s Cinematography nomination marks the first ever female nominee in that category for Rachel Morrison

Best Animated Short Film

Dear Basketball
Garden Party
Lou
Negative Space
Revolting Rhymes

Film Editing

Baby Driver
Dunkirk
I, Tonya
The Shape of Water
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Makeup and Hairstyling

Darkest Hour
Victoria and Abdul
Wonder

Best Production Design

Beauty and the Beast
Blade Runner 2049
Darkest Hour
Dunkirk
The Shape of Water

Costume Design

Beauty and the Beast
Darkest Hour
Phantom Thread
The Shape of Water
Victoria and Abdul

Best Live-Action Short

Dekalb Elementary
The 11 O’Clock
My Nephew Emmett
The Silent Child
All Of Us

Original Score

Dunkirk
Phantom Thread
The Shape of Water
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Sound Mixing

Baby Driver
Blade Runner 2049
Dunkirk
The Shape of Water
Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Sound Editing

Baby Driver
Blade Runner 2049
Dunkirk
The Shape of Water
Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Costume Design

Beauty and the Beast
Darkest Hour
Phantom Thread
The Shape of Water
Victoria and Abdul

Cinematography

Blade Runner 2049
Darkest Hour
Dunkirk
Mudbound
The Shape of Water

1326: There’s Gal Gadot, drinking tea…

1323: While we wait, check out this great photo of grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn behind the scenes in 1956

1322: We are underway, though timings are probably going to be off as they always are with these things…

1321: Roger Deakins could get his 14th nomination for Blade Runner 2049, so far 13 and 0 wins! Is there anyone more overdue a win?

1317: Gary Oldman is tipped to pick up his first Leading Actor win for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in ‘The Darkest Hour’

1313: Just under ten minutes until the nominations begin, let us know what you’re rooting for over on twitter @MovieMarker

1307: Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri is another film expected to receive a number of nominations, with an Actress In A Leading Role nod expected for Frances McDormand and potentially Best Director and Supporting Actor noms for Martin McDonagh and Sam Rockwell respectively.

1305: The Shape Of Water is fancied by many to lead the nominations, it could yet equal the record of 14 nominations set by Titanic, All About Eve and La La Land – Read our five-star review of Guillermo Del Toro’s latest.

1300 (GMT) Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis will host the nomination ceremony, along with special guests Gal Gadot, Salma Hayek, Rosario Dawson, Priyanka Chopra, Michelle Rodriguez, Zoe Saldana, Molly Shannon, Rebel Wilson, and Michelle Yeoh, from the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles.

The nominations will begin with the categories cinematography, costume design, film editing, makeup and hairstyling, original score, production design, animated short film, live action short film, sound editing, sound mixing, and visual effects.

The nominees will then be announced for actor in a leading role, actor in a supporting role, actress in a leading role, actress in a supporting role, animated feature film, directing, documentary feature, documentary short subject, foreign language film, original song, best picture, adapted screenplay, and original screenplay. This second half of the presentation will be aired live on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

 

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Thriller Film ‘MADTOWN’ Gets Jan 5 Release

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SP Releasing has acquired the US rights to the forthcoming drama-thriller feature film MADTOWN, starring Emmy™-nominated Milo Ventimiglia (NBC’s “This Is Us”). The film will release in theaters and on-demand on January 5, through SP Releasing’s output deal with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Milo Ventimiglia in MADTOWN

Written and directed by Charles C. Moore, MADTOWN, which made official selection at the Newport Beach Film Festival and the Cleveland International Film Festival, follows a troubled young man, Briggs (Ventimiglia), who flashes back to the demons of his past when his sister is released from her twenty-year prison sentence for the murder of their parents. Briggs must confront his estranged sister and deal with the past, while fighting to protect his future and the new life he has rebuilt for himself.

Official Trailer: https://trailers.apple.com/trailers/independent/madtown/

“It is a privilege to partner with the entire SP Releasing team,” said Moore, “Their commitment to the film, and Milo’s breathtaking performance, has been evident from the get-go. The collaboration with SP Releasing provides the film an incredible opportunity to be shared with wide audiences across multiple platforms, and for this we are most grateful.”

The film also stars Rachel Melvin (Dumb and Dumber To, Sleepy Hollow), John Billingsley (Star Trek: Enterprise, White Oleander), Bonita Friedericy (Chuck, Paranormal Activity 3), and Amanda Aday (Carnivàle, Shangri-La Suite, Pledge This!).

The film will release through Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in limited theatres and on-demand January 5, with DVD release following in February 2018. The deal for the film was negotiated by Tiffany Boyle and Katherine Imp at Ramo Law.

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