The Barber (II) (2014)
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London/La-based outfit The Little Film Company has added a hat trick of titles to its slate on the eve of the Cannes Marche.
The first is Basel Owies’ thriller, The Barber, starring Scott Glenn and newcomer Chris Coy (Deliver Us From Evil).
They play a serial killer masquerading as a small town barber and a young man looking to get into the business of murder.
The second title is romantic drama Patrick’s Day, written and directed by first-timer Terry McMahon, starring Kerry Fox, Moe Dunford and Philip Jackson.
The film centres on a young man with mental health issues who becomes intimate with a suicidal flight attendant before his obsessive mother enlists a dysfunctional cop to separate them.
The final title is comedy One Night In Istanbul, directed by James Marquand, starring Steve Waddington (The Imitation Game), Paul Barber, Lucien Laviscount ([link
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Eugene van Wingerdt (Scott Glenn) is a small-town barber hiding a dark secret.
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Recently, Wamg got to ask star Scott Glenn a few quick questions about the film, which comes out on Blu-Ray and DVD April 28. Check it out below:
You’ve been apart of some amazing films I your career, including Backdraft and Urban Cowboy. What
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Scott Glenn stars in the story of a father and son obsessed with a monstrous man who has devastated their lives.
Arc has earmarked a spring 2015 theatrical and premium VOD release for The Barber.
Chapman alumnus Basel Owies directed the film from a screenplay by Max Enscoe. Chris Coy, Stephen Tobolowsky, Olivia Taylor Dudley and Kristen Hager round out the key cast.
Chapman Filmed Entertainment’s Travis Knox produced The Barber and Bob Yari and William Immerman serve as executive producers.
The film is the first to originate from Chapman Filmed Entertainment, the production company run through Chapman University’s Dodge College Of Film And Media Arts.
“The Arc team has a keen understanding of the target audiences who will love this film and are astute at reaching them in unique ways resulting in great
According to Screen Daily Scott Glenn has signed on to the flick to appear alongside the previously announced Stephen Tobolowsky and Chris Coy. Basel Owies directs from a script by Max Enscoe. Principal photography is set to begin later this month in California.
A character-driven thriller, Trigger examines two men fixated on what triggers the enormity of evil: a father whose life is destroyed in pursuit of a monster, a son caught in a deadly charade as he tries to unravel his father’s obsession.
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Leslie Mann ("This is 40") and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau ("Game of Thrones") are in negotiations to star opposite Cameron Diaz in Nick Cassavetes' new comedy "The Other Woman" at 20th Century Fox.
Diaz plays a woman who finds out that she is “the other woman” in an affair. She teams up with the wife (Mann) to get revenge on the cheating cad of a husband (Coster-Waldau). Shooting kicks off late spring/early summer in New York. [Source: THR]
Scott Glenn, Stephen Tobolowsky and Chris Coy have signed on to star in Basel Owies' micro-budget thriller "Trigger" for Chapman Filmed Entertainment.
The story focuses on a father and a son both obsessed with understanding evil and the chaos that causes for them. [Source: Deadline]
Amy Ryan ("Gone Baby Gone") has joined the cast of Alejandro Gonzalez-Inarritu's comedy "Birdman" at Fox Searchlight and New Regency. Shooting kicks off soon in New York City.
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