Directors: Billy Lewis
Screenwriter: Billy Lewis
Newly-hired sheriff deputy Seth Delray's (C Thomas Howell) house remodel is behind schedule so the sheriff offers up the old jailhouse as temporary shelter. The Delrays move in. A fire at the local jail forces the sheriff to re-open the jailhouse's upstairs cells to house the inmates. Seth discovers clues from the past and learns of the horrors that took place many years ago.
The Jailhouse received a limited theatrical release, playing in theaters from Michigan to Washington and Florida before being sold to NBC-Universal and airing on the Chiller Network and VOD. It has been distributed around the world including South Africa, UK, Mexico, Australia, Latin America, Russia and more.
OY VEY! MY SON IS GAY!
Director: Evgeny Afineevsky
Screenwriters: Evgeny Afineevsky, Menahem Golan
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Nelson's mom wants him to marry the perfect, rich, Jewish girl. However, Nelson is in love with a poor Italian boy. This comedy-of-errors feature Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding) and Saul Rubinek (Unforgiven, Warehouse 13) as Nelson's parents who will do anything to turn their son straight. Starring John Lloyd Young (Jersey Boys) as Nelson, also featuring Carmen Electra, Jai Rodriguez (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy), Vincent Pastore (Sopranos) and comedian Bruce Vilanch.
Oy Vey! enjoyed in international film festival tour, opening at Montreal and crossing the globe from Moscow played in a number of theaters earning almost $100K at the box office before being distributed by Breaking Glass Pictures. It is now available for order at most major outlets including Amazon, ITunes, et cetera and will be available on Netflix in June.
Director: Billy Dickson
Screenwriter: Billy Dickson
Genre: Sci Fi
Searching for his father's greatest invention, the IQ chip, Nate Palmer joins a secret group that extracts groundbreaking technologies from corrupt organizations. Upon discovering a covert government agency, Nate becomes a fugitive from the law. Now on the run, he must locate the chip before it becomes a weapon of mass destruction.
Repped by Artist View Entertainment, look for exciting news in the near term.
Director: Andy Brown
Screenwriter: Andy Brown
Genre: Comedy, Drama
An ensemble piece, Port City tells several stories that interweave, chronicling the lives, loves and adventures of a group of diverse, inter-related characters in and around the port city of Wilmington, NC.
Port City enjoyed a successful film festival run before being released on VOD and DVD through various outlets such as Amazon.
Director: Stevan Mena
Screenwriter: Stevan Mena
Stevan Mena's Malevolence expores the nature/nurture argument.
After winning BEST FEATURE at the Long Island Film Festival and New York Horror Festival, Galvanized Films became involved with the theatrical distribution where the film played in approximatley 50 theaters across the country before being nationally released by Anchor Bay Entertainment.