Chris Morrissey Revealed Spotlight Filmmaker at Horror Film Festival
Director Chris Morrissey’s films will be featured during a special Filmmaker Spotlight event at the RIP Horror Film Festival in Los Angeles.
“Heavy Makeup,” will kick off the opening night of the festival where Morrissey will introduce the film and participate in a question and answer session with actress Share Cherrie. “Trick of the Witch” will screen on a different day during the festival and will be introduced by the director and cast members.
The festival will be held at the Vintage Los Feliz 3 Cinemas LOS and run Nov. 10 through Nov. 13.
“If I Could Tell You,” Starring Backstreet Boys’ Kevin Richardson, Set to Premiere on Aug. 2
“If I Could Tell You,” a film drama directed by The Clyde Brothers and produced by Squint Pictures, will premiere in Los Angeles on Aug. 2.
The film stars Backstreet Boys member Kevin Richardson as an anonymous sperm donor as he navigates the struggles surrounding infertility and the online black market for sperm donors and fertility treatments.
"I am honored to work with my friends, the Clyde Brothers, and I hope that this film will provide hope to those on this journey, while exposing the raw feelings to those who have never dealt with infertility," Richardson said in a statement.
Jim O'Heir from “Parks & Recreation” and Sharon Lawrence of “Shameless” and “NYPD Blue” also star in the film.
The screening will take place at the Downtown Independent Theater in Los Angeles at 7:30 p.m. followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and cast. “If I Could Tell You” will also be released on iTunes the same day.
“Gleason” Documentary Opens in Select Theaters on Friday
Clay Tweel’s documentary follows the life of former New Orleans Saints defensive back Steve Gleason, who was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 34.
The film is a compilation of four years’ worth of footage and a number of video journals filmed by Gleason himself.
“Gleason” premiered at Sundance earlier this year and the U.S. rights were acquired by Amazon Studios shortly after.