Category Archives: Set Visits & Premieres

The Breaking Point Feature Film Premiere

The ICS team visited Universal Studios AMC Theater for the World Premiere of Writer/Director James Hunter feature film The Breaking Point.

The Red Carpet event was a huge success as the film sold out the two showings that were scheduled and was very well received by all who got a seat. The film now moves on for a New York movie premiere as well as already getting interest from distribution companies. Shot entire in Orlando Florida The Breaking Point film is about Shawn Dickerson, a young, street guy who is accused of killing BRENDA SAWYER, a wealthy prominent woman, known for her compassion for kids from the inner-city. Shawn is hunted by Brenda’s grieving husband HARRY, the police, and a very ambitious and overzealous Assistant D.A. name BALLARD, who is willing to do whatever she has to do to make District Attorney even if it means breaking the rules.

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Orlando’s Abyssmal Entertainment Unleashes Fiend Fatale

ICS past guest, Steven Shea (Abyssmal Entertainment), just released his latest short film called “Fiend Fatale,” a proof of concept brand conceived here in Central Florida. FIEND FATALE is a horror-adventure film, about five sisters, a vampire, zombie, werewolf, demon and mermaid, cloned from the DNA of extinct monsters, thrust into the modern world and facing off against the government, terrorists and themselves. You may notice some familiar faces in this piece including local actress and presenter, Tracy Wiu, actor and past Popcorn Gallery panelist, Chris Greene and even a small cameo by our former host and current Enzian FilmSlam programmer and host, Tim Anderson! (If you look real close, you’ll notice Cronin… as in Terry Cronin from Students of the Unusual and our MegaCon special!)

Their Vimeo page states, “This project is currently seeking financing, and being shopped around to different studios, executives and financiers. We have created a brand that contains a Proof-Of-Concept Short Film, Comic Book, Video Game App, as well as possibilities for a Television Series and Sequel potentials.” Perhaps Orlando, nay the world, will be seeing a lot more of these ladies in the near future…

If you’re an Android user, check out the app! It’s called “Fiend Fatale: Stairwell to Heaven.”

Now available for download in the Google Play Store!

Now available for download in the Google Play Store!

 

Related: 

Troma Entertainment, Inc. releases Florida lensed Doomsday County

Fiend Fatale on Facebook


Caisson Films “Intrusive Behavior” Premiering in May

In Season Three, we showed you the trailer for Caisson Films’ Ft. Slaughterdale. (If you aren’t familiar with Caisson Films, check out their Trailers Page!) Next month Central Florida independent horror filmmaking duo, Brian and Johnna Troxell, premiere their latest film, Intrusive Behavior

For Immediate Release                  

 

INTRUSIVE BEHAVIOR

You haven’t seen bad, but it’s coming

You haven’t seen bad, but it’s coming…

Orlando, FL: What becomes of a child, after she is abandoned by her own family and left in a mental hospital for 15 years? This psychological thriller will have you on the edge of your seat to the last minute. Intrusive Behavior has its East Coast Premiere on May 25th 2:30PM, at Athens Theater in Deland, Fl.  Tickets go on sale on-line for $7.00 http://athensdeland.com/Blurbs/intrusive.html

Intrusive Behavior’s cast include Los Angeles based actress Jessica Cameron and Chicago based actress Heather Dorff. Between the two they have an extensive resume. Not to mention the talent of the supporting cast.  This is the second feature film directed by Brian Troxell and produced by Caisson Films, once again pushing the envelope in Independent film making.

 

Contact:

Johnna Troxell

Email Johnna18042@yahoo.com

(407) 951-9177


Florida Film Festival 2013 Starts Friday

The 2013 Florida Film Festival, sponsored by Full Sail University, announced that a record-breaking 170 films representing 23 countries were selected from over 1500 entries. Of the 170 films, 143 are having their Florida premiere (or higher) at the Festival. There will be 22 World premieres, 4 North American premieres, 4 US premieres, 40 East Coast premieres, and 49 Southeast premieres. This year’s Festival runs April 5-14, 2013 and is located in Central Florida. 

2013 Florida Film Festival locations: Enzian Theater, Regal Winter Park Village, Garden Theatre, Central Park, The Copper Rocket Pub, RanGetsu, Eden BarCask and Larder and Rick’s Speakeasy (Pssst! The password is: Revel 22)

Tickets: Single tickets are between $9-$11 (depending on the film). Packages range from $50-$180. All film tickets may be purchased Online, at the Box Office or via Phone.

Parking: Enzian Theater (1300 S. Orlando Ave, Maitland, FL 32751), additional parking across the street at State Farm and First Watch. CLICK HERE for parking map.

Among the Florida made films are winning selections from Enzian FilmSlam who later advanced to the 2012 Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase;

Florida Film Festival also welcomes back Florida filmmakers and film alumnus:

This year’s forums for filmmakers:

Special Guests this year include:

And for all the foodies out there, who may or may not be filmmakers, check out FFF’s Film and Food Celebration page! FREE receptions open to the public include:

If you want to talk about a particular film you loved/hated/made at the FFF, or just want to reflect on your experiences in general on-camera, find us and we’ll chat!

About the Florida Film Festival: The Florida Film Festival is the premier showcase in Central Florida for American independent and international film. Celebrating its 22nd anniversary, the Festival debuted in 1992 and is a core program of ENZIAN, a nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1985. ENZIAN and the Florida Film Festival have served more than 1.5 million guests and hosted hundreds of notable celebrities including Paul Newman, Christopher Walken, Oliver Stone, Glenn Close, John Waters, Emma Stone, Campbell Scott, James Caan, Ed Burns, Jason Lee, GenaRowlands, William H. Macy, Jon Voight, Barry Levinson, and Edward James Olmos. The Festival is funded in part by national and local businesses including Primary Sponsor Full Sail University and receives support from United Arts of Central Florida and the State of Florida, Department of the State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, National Endowment for the Arts, and Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. In addition, this project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
 
For Additional information:
www.floridafilmfestival.com
www.facebook.com/floridafilmfestival
Twitter: @FloridaFilmFest

Vine App Shows First Peek of “The Wolverine”

How’s THIS for innovative?

Director James Mangold sent out a tweet (or, Twitter message for those who aren’t inclined) showing the world a six second glimpse of his upcoming film, The Wolverine… using Vine Labs Inc’s video looping Vine App! Fanboys and tech heads rejoice!!

Big productions are getting more and more creative, filmmakers. If you haven’t researched self-marketing outside of Facebook, get started NOW.

Release date is July 26th, 2013. Click on the image below to see the ‘vine…’

http://www.thewolverinemovie.com/us/

Official Site: http://www.thewolverinemovie.com/

Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheWolverineMovie

Official Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WolverineMovie

Official Google+ Page: https://plus.google.com/u/0/115951978276359044101/posts


Florida Film Festival 2013 Press Preview

Open Your Eyes

Open Your Eyes

Team ICS attended the 2013 Florida Film Festival Press Preview tonight and boy are our eyes TIRED! (Kidding!) We did watch 4 short films and over 70 trailers but that’s nothing compared to the 170 films showing at this year’s fest – and those were the ones who actually made it. The selections committee goes through over one thousand films from all over the world EVERY year!

The 2013 Florida Film Festival, sponsored by Full Sail University, announced that a record-breaking 170 films representing 23 countries were selected from over 1500 entries. Of the 170 films, 143 are having their Florida premiere (or higher) at the Festival. There will be 22 World premieres, 4 North American premieres, 4 US premieres, 40 East Coast premieres, and 49 Southeast premieres. This year’s Festival runs April 5-14, 2013 and is located in Central Florida.

Among the Florida made films at this year’s Florida Film Festival also include winning selections from Enzian FilmSlam who later advanced to the 2012 Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase;

This year’s FFF forums:

  • A Taste of Movie Magic with Francine Segan & Book Signing at Enzian Theater, Saturday, 4/6 4:30pm – 6pm (Sponsored by Edible Orlando)
  • Southern Fare: Tales From the Great Storytellers at Enzian Theater, Sunday, 4/7 11am – 12:30pm (Sponsored by Edible Orlando)
  • The Changing Face of Distribution at Enzian Theater, Thursday, 4/11 11am – 12:30pm
  • Our Digital Future: Innovation at the Intersection of Creativity and Technology at Enzian Theater, Wednesday, 4/10 11am – 12:30pm (Sponsored by Walt Disney World Resort)
  • Anatomy of the Short Film at Full Sail Entertainment Business Auditorium, Wednesday, 4/10 1:30pm – 3pm (Sponsored and Presented by Full Sail University)
  • Perseverance: Women in the Industry at Enzian Theater, Friday, 4/12 11am – 12:30pm
  • Filmmaker Forum at Winter Park Regal, Friday, 4/12 2pm – 3:30pm

Celebrity Guests were also announced (and we’re totally excited!!):

  • An Evening with Tippi Hedren, featuring The Birds (Also seen in FFF 2013 American Independent Competition film “Free Samples,” with Jason Ritter)
  • An Afternoon with Zoë Bell, featuring Death Proof
  • Cary Elwes, featuring The Princess Bride

2013 Florida Film Festival locations: Enzian Theater & Eden Bar, Regal Movies Winter Park, Cask and Larder, Rangetsu, Copper Rocket and Rick’s Speakeasy (Password: Revel 22. Shhh!)

About the Florida Film Festival: The Florida Film Festival is the premier showcase in Central Florida for American independent and international film. Celebrating its 22nd anniversary, the Festival debuted in 1992 and is a core program of ENZIAN, a nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1985. ENZIAN and the Florida Film Festival have served more than 1.5 million guests and hosted hundreds of notable celebrities including Paul Newman, Christopher Walken, Oliver Stone, Glenn Close, John Waters, Emma Stone, Campbell Scott, James Caan, Ed Burns, Jason Lee, GenaRowlands, William H. Macy, Jon Voight, Barry Levinson, and Edward James Olmos. The Festival is funded in part by national and local businesses including Primary Sponsor Full Sail University and receives support from United Arts of Central Florida and the State of Florida, Department of the State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, National Endowment for the Arts, and Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. In addition, this project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
For Additional information:
www.floridafilmfestival.com
www.facebook.com/floridafilmfestival
Twitter: @FloridaFilmFest

Rockabilly Zombie Weekend Premiere

Like Rockabilly? Love zombies? We’ve got the movie for you, and it’s set in modern day Central Florida!

Rockabilly Zombie Weekend begins as a couple, Becky and Grant, prepare to get hitched. They decide to have their wedding at an old farm and completely ignore warnings of a heinous West Nile Virus outbreak. The happy couple decides to theme their wedding based on their love of Rockabilly music. Somewhere along the line, West Nile mutates and gives rise to a new form of zombie-creating mosquitoes — and if you’ve lived in Central Florida in the summertime, you know how pesky and relentless the mosquitoes are! Mosquito gets hungry, sees a human buffet in the couple’s party guests and horror ensues!

Check out the trailer below, then join RZW at their red carpet premiere this Sunday, February 17th at 5pm at the Plaza Cinema Cafe in Downtown Orlando! Tickets are $8 and can be purchased online at http://www.rockabillyzombieweekend.com/. TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!

However, there will be an After Party following the screening at Slingapours next door on Wall Street, featuring live performances from soundtrack bands: Killer Moonshine, Groove Trunk & The Bloody Jug Band (featuring former ICS host John Theisen)! Look for video coverage of the red carpet premiere on a future episode of ICS…

 

Related Links:

Rockabilly Zombie Weekend on Facebook

CDC: Zombie Preparedness

ThinkGeek: Zombie Attack Hoodie

 


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