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Film Mode Entertainment Adds UFO Cult Pic ‘Cosmic Dawn’ & Comedy ‘Dear Elizabeth’ To EFM Slate

EXCLUSIVE: Clay Epstein’s Movie Mode Entertainment (FME) has bolstered its slate for the virtual European Movie Market (EFM) with several fresh titles.

The firm will demonstrate three aspects to global merchants for the first time on behalf of Mask Media, a Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Firm, including the newly-obtained comedy Dear Elizabeth.

The pic is directed by Scott Abramovitch and stars Tony Hale and Elisha Cuthbert. It follows a one that leads a uninteresting lifestyles till he accidentally stalks an ragged college classmate, actress Elizabeth Banks, on social media. With every failed strive to shriek he is aware of her, he rediscovers extra of himself and the factual meaning of friendship.

The venture became produced by Scott Abramovitch and David J. Phillips, and govt produced by Daniel Norris Webb, Tony Hale, Jamie Abramovitch, Andrew Kurzon, Salamo Levin and Tony Manolikakis.

Additionally screening at the EFM as share of the Mask Media pact will be Mayim Bialik’s comedic dramedy As They Made Us, starring Dustin Hoffman, and Okay. Asher Levin’s thriller Dig, starring Thomas Jane and Emile Hirsch.

“We’re mad to continue our partnership with Mask Media and yelp their cinematic library of commercially viable motion pictures that entice global audiences and merchants alike,” acknowledged Movie Mode Entertainment’s Clay Epstein. “We’re extremely elated to be screening three interesting fresh aim motion pictures that span essentially the most popular genres for the very first time in Berlin at some point soon of EFM.”

Individually, FME has also boarded Cosmic Morning time, the sci-fi thriller starring Emmanuelle Chriqui (Entourage), Camille Rowe (The Deep Rental) and Joshua Burge (The Revenant). The film follows a lady who, after witnessing the alien abduction of her mother, joins a UFO cult.

U.S. rights on the film were picked up by Honest correct Deed Entertainment, FME will market mask at some point soon of the EFM.

Additionally screening for the first time at the virtual Berlin market will be They Tear Beneath, which follows what happens when a young cop’s uncle gets beaten by a standard automobile after a predominant earthquake hits, and one thing horrifying emerges out of the cracks within the bottom.

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