Imagination Worldwide is pleased to announce that THE SCRIBBLER will be screening at the 2014 UTOPIA Film Festival in Israel later this month, on September 14th and 18th, 2014. For more information on this sci-fi thriller at UTOPIA, click HERE.
“Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story” won Best Documentary at the 2014 Niagara Integrated Film Festival this past weekend!
See official NIFF 2014 “winner’s” list here.
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GO FAR was recently mentioned in Forbes Magazine, in an article which profiles the inspirational life of former Muscular Distrophy poster child, Christopher Rush. See interview with filmaker, Zack Arnold and read more about Christopher’s story here.
“The Preacher’s Daughter” won Best Non-European Dramatic Feature at the 2014 ECU European Independent Film Festival this past weekend in Paris!
See official ECU 2014 “winner’s” list here.
Over the weekend, Phil Wheat of Nerdly.co.uk gave THE SCRIBBLER 5 out of 5 stars for the film’s recent March 1st world premiere at Frighfest Glasgow, saying that the sci-fi thriller “is a superb blend of science fiction and traditional murder-mystery that, when all’s said and done, turns out to be one the best superhero origin movies committed to celluloid.”
To read the full review of THE SCRIBBLER, click HERE.
Imagination Worldwide is pleased to announce that THE SCRIBBLER will be celebrating its world premiere at the UK Film4 FrightFest next week!
THE SCRIBBLER will premiere at Glasgow FrightFest on Saturday, March 1st, at 1.30PM. For details on this year’s UK Film4 FrightFest, please visit their website HERE.
The political internet thriller THE LIST was just released on DVD in Germany by Tiberius Film under the name THE DEATH LIST – NO. 1 DIES. Written and Directed by Palme d’Or nominee Klaus Huettmann, THE LIST stars Sienna Guillory (RESIDENT EVIL), Anthony Flanagan (“Being Human”) and Bill Patterson (“Law & Order: UK”). The story follows Christopher Corwin, a family man in his mid 30s who owns a small advertising agency. A court case he had recently lost has shown him the rich and powerful always win! That is why Christopher creates the website THE LIST. On this site, users can label corrupt individuals in public life and award them points as to how much of a menace they are. The result is a list of politicians, CEOs and bankers. The website quickly becomes a worldwide success but suddenly, whoever is number one on THE LIST appears murdered and public opinion starts to turn against Christopher.
This month, Factoris Films released the found footage thriller HOUSE SWAP on DVD in Blu-ray in France under the name HOUSE TRAP.
Directed by Mark Ezra, HOUSE SWAP follows Matt, a Californian scriptwriter searching for inspiration, and Ginny, his composer girlfriend, swap their tiny Echo Lake ranch house for a huge Tudor mansion in Glastonbury, England. When weird noises wake them at night and their possessions go missing, they know something is badly wrong. Matt Skypes the mansion’s owners in California and learns about a mysterious stalker who can enter through locked doors and windows. Now Matt knows why he got such a bargain.
Concealing this disturbing news from Ginny, Matt installs CCTV cameras all over the mansion but fails to discover how the stalker gets in. Unable to get any help from the police, Matt confronts the stalker one night but is savagely beaten unconscious.
Later, examining the camera footage, Matt discovers a cellar – the intruder’s horrifying den – and finds himself trapped directly below the deranged stalker. As Matt prepares for the worst, the police arrive with sirens blaring and arrest a man fleeing the mansion. It seems Matt and Ginny have won.
That night, as they sleep, the stalker emerges from a secret hiding place to drag Ginny from her bed. Matt struggles to snatch Ginny back but is stabbed. He escapes, blood pouring from his wounds, searching for Ginny – but discovers the stalker lurking in the shadows, axe raised. From now on, it’s a battle for survival.