Cannes Film Festival 2013, World Premiere - ALL IS LOST
Prodigy PR is proud to announce that Before The Door Pictures’ ALL IS LOST will make its World Premiere at the upcoming Festival dé Cannes 2013. The open-water thriller stars Academy Award-winner Robert Redford, and was written and directed by Prodigy client and Academy Award-nominee J.C. Chandor (MARGIN CALL). The film is a gripping, visceral and powerfully moving tribute to ingenuity and resilience. We look forward to the premiere!
For more information, please visit the film's Facebook page.
Screen Media Films and Focus World to distribute THE LIFEGUARD with Kristen Bell this summer
In theaters April 5th - UPSTREAM COLOR
A man and woman are drawn together, entangled in the lifecycle of an ageless organism. Identity becomes an illusion as they struggle to assemble the loose fragments of wrecked lives. Directed by Shane Carruth and starring Carruth and Amy Seimetz, UPSTREAM COLOR is his follow-up feature to the mind-bending cult classic "Primer."
On VOD April 23rd - WILD IN THE STREETS
In theaters April 26th - THE NUMBERS STATION
Image Entertainment will release THE NUMBERS STATION in April. John Cusack stars as a former black ops agent assigned to a clandestine outpost and teamed with a numbers expert (Malin Akerman) as they fight for survival after a surprise attack.
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In theaters May 3rd - 1st NIGHT
Directed by Christopher Menaul, 1ST NIGHT is a unique story of love’s fluctuating fortunes set against a backdrop of visual and vocal beauty. As the cast, the drama, and the music carefully walk a tightrope between humor and pathos a timeless romantic comedy unfolds.
Adam (Richard E. Grant) is a rich industrialist, who aspires to a more cultured world. Spurred on by playful jibes that he is little more than a city suit living the capitalist’s dream, this frustrated amateur opera singer decides to throw an opera in his lavish country retreat. Once his friends see him belting out the notes, he feels sure it will spell the end to their shallow taunts. In fact, it might even help him win the hand of Celia (Sarah Brightman), the female conductor he has been pursuing whom – it just so happens – is the first to be recruited for his showpiece.
For the rest of the cast and the production, Adam brings in the experts and enlists the aid of a troupe of promising young singers – led by beauty Nicoletta (Mia Maestro) and upstart Tom (Julian Ovenden) – with enough collective sexual tension to light up the stage. His choice of opera? Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, the master composer’s fabled romp through the bittersweet territory of sexual infidelity. As this motley group flexes their melodic and melodramatic muscles during rehearsals leading up to the opening night performance, it won’t be long before life imitates art as relationships flourish and flounder.
For more info, please visit the film's Facebook page.