Feature-Length Screenplay "NOTHING TO LOSE": Golden Brad Awards semi-finalist

RABBIT HOLE and CEREMONY: Movie Trailers

Last month I wrote about 2 movies I worked on that premiered at the Torronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September. Both films, RABBIT HOLE and CEREMONY were picked up by distributers and both are expected to be released in theaters soon!! Watch the trailers below.Unfortunately the First Look at RABBIT HOLE has been pulled from youtube by Lionsgate as of October 22, 2010, but the video below is the official trailor...enjoy.

Watch RABBIT HOLE Trailer here
Directed by John Cameron Mitchell
Starring Nicole Kidman, and Aaron Eckhart

RABBIT HOLE was picked up by Lionsgate for distribution. This adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Broadway play of the same name by David Lindsay-Abaire is set to be released in Movie Theaters across the nation on December 17th 2010. A drama about how a family deals with unbearable loss with stunning perfomance has started much buzz regarding Diane Weist's and Nicole Kidman's performances...talk of Tony Nominations. So don't miss it. And look for my name in the credits. 

Watch CEREMONY Trailer here
Directed by Max Winkler
Starring Uma Thurman and Michael Angarano

Magnolia Pictures has picked up U.S. distribution fights for CEREMONY an indie comedy, written and directed by Max Winkler and produced by NALA Films. This story about a young man's infatuation with an older woman and the lengths to which he'll go to in an attempt to win the heart is both amusing and heartfelt. The release date is not yet determined...but stay tuned.

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