Award winning film set to release in theaters nationwide this summer.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Polson, Montana Jun 24, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – (Montana) Nova Vento Entertainment has acquired the theatrical rights to the award-winning drama Skipping Stones starring Nathaniel Ansbach, Gabrielle Kalomiris, and Michael Ironside is an unlikely role for the oft-cast villain. With a release set for August 6, Nova Vento is excited to be partnering with international sales and distribution outfit Glass House Distribution and Dreamality Entertainment to bring such an impactful film to audiences.
“This is a truly beautiful, gripping film that will stay with you long after the credits have run,” says Eden Bryant, CEO of Nova Vento Entertainment. “The subjects are heavy-hitting and powerful, but also a much-needed conversation for a generation struggling with their place in this world.”
Nearly a decade after a tragic accident costs a young man his life, his sister and best friend are still peeling back the layers of grief and guilt that come with being left behind. David (Ansbach) has returned to his small town to try and sort through the decisions he needs to make in order to move on to the next part of his life. Meanwhile, Amanda (Kalomiris) who stayed in their small town, has also been unable to move forward. Feeling trapped under the weight of her parents’ grief, she also can’t escape the stigma that ties her to the tragedy that turned their small town upside down. Skipping Stones explores the layers and depths of grief that come with healing after a life-altering catastrophe.
Director S.J. Creazzo says, “In producing & directing Skipping Stones, I could not have imagined the impact the film was going to have. From working with Rich Cirillo, the screenwriter, to discovering the talented and passionate Gabrielle Kalomiris & Nathaniel Ansbach, and getting to work with the legend Michael Ironside, as well as Patricia Charbonneau, Chase Masterson, and Daniel Hugh Kelly, I feel profoundly blessed to be the person to bring this amazing story of forgiveness to life.”
“I fell in love with this the moment I first screened it. We are proud to help bring this timely film to audiences around the world,” says Tom Malloy, President of Glass House Distribution.
About Nova Vento Entertainment Nova Vento Entertainment is a distribution company focused on U.S, theatrical releases of independent films. With a strong belief that quality films are best enjoyed in a theatrical experience among other people who love the same films, Nova Vento specializes in independent films, faith-based films, and art-house fair. What makes Nova Vento unique in the distribution game is its uniquely crafted approach to each and every film. Fostering a healthy relationship between the filmmaker and the theaters, Nova Vento also works diligently to raise up the next generation of independent filmmakers. To find out more about Nova Vento, its mission, and its other releases, visit Novavento.com.
About Glass House Distribution
Based in New York and Los Angeles, Glass House Distribution is an international sales & distribution company specializing in feature films and television. Founded by Tom Malloy and Bryan Glass in September of 2015, Glass House has grown to a major player in the world of film and TV sales, attending markets at Berlin, Cannes, Toronto, MipCom, and AFM in Los Angeles. Glass House’s original series Dropping the Soap won an Emmy for Star Jane Lynch for Best Actress in a web series or comedy. Find out more at www.glasshousedistribution.com.
About Dreamality Entertainment Dreamality Entertainment is a development/production company, based in upstate, NY. Owned by SJ Creazzo, Dreamality is currently in development on two new projects. Climbing Life with Rachel Nichols, Tahmoh Penikett, John Wesley Shipp, Miracle Laurie, Patricia Charbonneau, and Chase Masterson. And The Dying Breed with Adrian Pasdar, co-starring and directing. Find out more at www.dreamalityentertainment.biz.
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