Cindy Baer’s quirky comedy ODD BRODSKY is now available on iTunes, Amazon and wide VOD!  This DWF18 favorite is about a woman who’ll almost anything to find her big break in Hollywood.   Winner of 20 film festival awards, the Hollywood Times says “You will fall in love with the characters and laugh to the end.” 
 www.OddBrodsky.com 

 

ayearandchange-posterA YEAR AND CHANGE (which world premiered at DWF18) has announced that it will be released by Vision Films, Inc. on November 24th, 2015.  Congrats to Stephen Suettinger and his crew! ayearandchangemovie.com

 

120days-poster120 DAYS (which had its west coast premiere at DWF17) has been released everywhere!  The doc, by Ted Roach, captures an intimate, inside look at the lives of one family of undocumented immigrants who have been living and working in the United States illegally for over twelve years. 120daysmovie.com

 

alum_tangleThe team from MONKEYS (DWF15 Short Subject Grand Jury Winner) are currently in production for their first feature, The Tangle. It’s a “lyrical sci-fi” written and directed by Christopher Soren Kelly (Chasseur, Monkeys). Starring Joshua Bitton (Chasseur), along with Jessica Graham and Christopher Soren Kelly. They also have Aussie actress, Nicole Da Silva, in a supporting role. Chris and Jessica are producing along side Clark D. Schaefer (Monkeys).

Why we love it: Beyond the fact that we love our DWF family – this project includes 5 alums!!  

TheBreakIn_posterTHE BREAK-IN, which signed a deal at the 2015 festival, opens in theatres in  Sweden this coming January!… plus will be available on DVD/VOD throughout the U.S. and Canada.  Congrats to filmmakers Marcus Ovnell and Jenny Lampa!  On top of that – they are rumored to be working with fellow DWF alum Zack Parker on some upcoming projects. The Break-In

 

Poster_Homeless2015 Grand Jury Winner HOMELESS hit the UK at the beginning of November as part of The Homeless Film Festival… a touring festival that screens films about homelessness in various locations from Liverpool to London to Brighton.  Director and Producer Clay Riley Hassler and Tif Hassler (respectively) were invited to do panels and Q&A’s.  Way to go guys!!!

The Hollywood Reporter writes: With wintry, cool cinematography, and sullen environments, HOMELESS has a look and feel that really drag you into the world in which it is set, whether you’re comfortable there or not.

Poster_Down_and_DangerousParamount picked up DWF16’s DOWN AND DANGEROUS for VOD distribution and released it in May. Congrats to Zak Forsman and his crew!

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