Mark your calendars, our award-winning film is in another festival! Back at the Regal Cinemas LA Live in downtown Los Angeles, Displacement will be screening at 10:00pm on Friday, September 23rd. Get your tickets here: http://dtlaff.chillhound.pro/event/a9a59793-6542-4925-9273-446019187f40
And stay tuned for a really big announcement about to drop very soon…
Hello again everyone!
So as we prepare for a trip to Nashville and the FILM-COM Development, Financing and Distribution Market, we thought we’d give you a recap of the whirlwind that has been the last few months criss-crossing the country on our national Film Festival Tour.
Most recently we were in Dallas for the USA Film Festival, where the fest also presented a tribute to our amazing cast member Bruce Davison, and both he and our star Courtney Hope appeared on local news programs promoting the film. Scroll down to check it all out below:
North Texas actress Courtney Hope talks about her new movie at the USA Film Festival.
Bruce Davison and Courtney Hope stop by Daybreak to talk about ‘Displacement’ which screens Saturday at the 46th annual USA Film Festival.
Prior to that we were an Official Selection in the Phoenix Film Festival, where Mr. Mader was invited to join a Director’s panel along with an educational outreach seminar.
Our West Coast Premiere was February 19, 2016 (on the 3-year anniversary of the start of filming!) in the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, where we won the award for Best Science Fiction Film and Best Supporting Actor for Bruce Davison, plus were nominated for their People’s Choice Audience Award!
Two weeks before that we screened in the Boston Science Fiction Festival (brrrrrrrrrrrrr) where we took home their Chrononaut Time Travel Award for outstanding time travel film!
It’s been a wild ride, and we’ve only just begun! We are currently negotiating with major distributors as we now have multiple offers on the table for a North American and Worldwide release later this year, and will be scheduling more screenings in the weeks and months ahead. CLick here to join our mailing list and be the first to reserve your copy of the film, hear about screenings in your area, and more. Or you can book your own hometown screening! More info here.
Hot on the heels of critical raves for her role in the hit new Microsoft Studios / Remedy Entertainment video game & TV series “Quantum Break” (Best-Selling Microsoft Studios IP this generation!), our Plano, TX native and star Courtney Hope will join Academy Award Nominee and Golden Globe winning actor Bruce Davison for a special tribute and retrospective of Bruce’s work, prior to the Texas Premiere of our award-winning feature film “Displacement” this Saturday, April 23rd, 7:00 p.m., at the Angelika Film Center Dallas.
Writer-Director Kenneth Mader, who was recently named one of the “Top 100 Indie Filmmakers in the World” in the book by Action On Film’s Del Weston, actor Aza Allen, and producer Zander Villayne, will also be in attendance, along with many local family and friends.
Courtney will be interviewed on Fox 4 News’ “Good Day – Live” in Dallas this Friday morning to talk about Displacement, Quantum Break, and her new role on the TV Show “Transparent”.
It’s been quite a whirlwind these past couple of months, as we won Best Science Fiction Film and Best Supporting Actor for Mr. Davison in the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, were also nominated for a People’s Choice Award in that fest, took home the Chrononaut Time Travel Award in the Boston Science Fiction Festival, and were an Official Selection in the Phoenix Film Festival two weeks ago.
Now we’re off to the USA Film Festival in Dallas which runs April 21-24. And distributors are calling making offers. Stay tuned for more news as we move forward.
Hi friends, so as we prepare for our Phoenix and Dallas festival premieres, and celebrate our award wins in our first two fests (Best Science Fiction Film and Best Supporting Actor for Bruce Davison in the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, along with the Chrononaut Time Travel Award in the Boston Science Fiction Festival) here is a look back at our final days of filming and what brought us to this point. Enjoy!
It’s finally happening!
DISPLACEMENT will have its West Coast Premiere at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival on Friday, Feb. 19th, 9:30pm at the Regal Cinemas LA Live! Plus we won Best Science Fiction Film and Best Supporting Actor for Bruce Davison in this fest so it’ll be a fun night! Get your tickets here: http://www.hollywoodreelindependentfilmfestival.com/2016/feb_19.php#Displacement
We also just returned from our East Coast Premiere in the Boston Science Fiction Festival, where we screened for a nearly sold-out crowd and had a great Q&A afterward in the “micro-cinema” down the hall, with director Kenneth Mader and producer Zander Villayne.
And we are now an official selection in the Phoenix Film Festival which runs April 7-14 so all of you AZ fans can come out to see the film!
More exciting news to report in the weeks and months ahead so stay tuned! Meanwhile make sure to get your tickets to our Hollywood Premiere before they sell out! http://www.hollywoodreelindependentfilmfestival.com/2016/feb_19.php#Displacement
Here at long last is our first Official Trailer after completion of the film, featuring new footage, sound design, original music and our amazing cast. Enjoy!
So it’s been a whirlwind couple of months working on post sound and re-recording, but we are very proud to announce that our mix is now complete, and the movie sounds fantastic!!!
Thanks to our amazing Digital Dreams/Virtual Mix sound team Chip Mullaney, Clancy Troutman, Patrick Giraudi, Savannah Auch, Lorita De La Cerna, Reece Miller, Lisa Neidhardt, Bootsie Boots, and Eli Cameron in the UK who recorded Sarah Douglas ADR in her bedroom (!) via Facetime with our director in L.A. — which turned out fantastic and matches seamlessly. Gotta love modern technology and artistic ingenuity.
Also thanks to our brilliant composer Bruce Chianese and all the talented musicians who contributed a bit of their souls to the incredible score. Big, orchestral, emotional, magical. It is a thing of beauty we cannot wait for you to experience.
Now a final pass on color grading and some visual effects tweaks and it’s off to the big screen! Can. Not. Wait.
Onward and Upward,
L-R: Director Kenneth Mader, Sound Supervisor Clancy Troutman, Composer Bruce Chianese, and Mixer Patrick Giraudi just after locking the sound at Virtual Mix in Burbank, CA. With Susan Blakely and Courtney Hope on screen. Photo by Zander Villayne.