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Brampton's Own / Films / Gallery / News / Posters ♦ August 23, 2018

Variety has reported that Dark Star Pictures has acquired rights to the romantic drama, Brampton’s Own, and has set a theatrical release for this fall. The film will also be available on digital platforms on October 19th! Also, check out the official poster and a behind-the-scenes photo in our gallery.

Dark Star Pictures has acquired the romantic drama “Brampton’s Own,” slating the film for a multi-city theatrical release this fall.

The baseball-centric romance, written and directed by Michael Doneger, will also be made available on digital platforms and through local cable providers on Oct. 19.

Acquired by Dark Star from Cloverhill Pictures, “Brampton’s Own” stars Alex Russell of “SWAT” and Rose Mclver (“iZombie”). Spencer Grammer, Scott Porter, John Getz and Jean Smart are in supporting roles.

Russell portrays a retired minor league baseball player who has returned to his small hometown where he was once a celebrated athlete and finds his old friends have started families, his ex-girlfriend is now engaged, and his mom is selling his childhood home and moving in with her new boyfriend.

The film was produced by Doneger’s Cloverhill Pictures, Mark DiCristofaro in association with his company Perspective Productions, and co-produced by Matthew Harper. The film had its world premiere at the Nashville Film Festival.

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Blood in the Water / News / Posters / Video ♦ August 20, 2016

Blood in the Water, previously known as Pacific Standard Time, will open in select theaters on August 26th! The film stars Willa Holland, Alex Russell, and Miguel Gomez. Variety has also reported that the film will be available on demand on Time Warner Cable, Comcast, iTunes, DirecTV, Amazon Instant, Dish Network, Vubiquity, Vudu and others, on the same day.

Percy (Alex Russell) and Veronica (Willa Holland) have been housesitting at a palatial modern spread in the Hollywood Hills for the summer, but the real world of New York, jobs and young professional struggles are merely days away. Nonetheless they are in a hurry to leave this paradise, because the tranquility was broken by an unwanted visit by former college classmate Freedgood (Miguel Gomez). His time since their liberal arts’ years has been marked by imprisonment, shady business associations, and drug dealing. And as we learn quickly, this has lead to the man’s demise, an interested LAPD detective, and a longing for the everyday strife that seems so much more desirable than staying in their false Eden.

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