“American Badger”; Release dates for the “Reboot Camp”; LA Indian Film Festival lineup – Deadline

Good Deed Entertainment’s genre label Time-lapse movies acquired the US rights to American badger, an action film written and directed by and starring stunt veteran Kirk Caouette (X-Men, Fantastic Four, Mission to Mars). It is slated for a digital and VOD release on June 15th.

Caouette plays a hitman known as Badger, the nickname that comes from his wife, who died 4,451 days ago. Since his death, he has led a life of recluse, operating in the shadows. But that is all about to change with her latest assignment: to make friends with a sex worker named Velvet (Andrea Stefancikova) and extract information about the inner workings of an Albanian gang she works for. An unlikely romance ensues until Badger’s manager tells him it’s time to break up the union – and the first person he has to kill is Velvet.

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“We got to grips with Badger’s complex and multi-layered character right away and appreciated Kirk’s ability to merge action with psychological introspection,” said Scott Donley, CEO and Founder of Cranked Up Films. “There is no doubt that the public will also appreciate this atypical tone.”

Rick Podd, Jacqueline Nguyen and Ines Eisses are producers and Caouette is executive producer. Kristin Harris of Cranked Up negotiated the deal with Raven Banner replacing the filmmakers.

Here’s the trailer:

Freestyle digital media acquired the North American rights to Restart the camp, ensemble comedy written and directed by Ivo Raza. David Lipper, Keli Price, Ed Begley Jr, David Koechner, Lindsey Shaw, Chaz Bono, Shar Jackson, Pierson Fode, Maya Stojan and Eddie McClintock stars, with cameos from Ja Rule, Eric Roberts, Johnny Bananas and Billy Morrison. The photo, which won the Comedy Vanguard Feature Audience Award at the Austin Film Festival, will be released on May 4 on digital and VOD.

The plot centers on Seymour (Lipper), who is on a mission to expose false prophets who defraud people for money. He teams up with his brother Danny (Price), a filmmaker, and they create a fake personal development group called Reboot Camp. They plan to document the entire process on film and show the fallacy of it all, as well as, they hope, to make an award-winning documentary.

Lipper has produced through his Northern Productions banner, along with Raza, Tina Sutakanat and Jim Johnston. Co-producers include Price, David Roberson and Kipp Tribble. Tim Alek and Steve Gentry are executive producers.

Here’s the trailer:



Distribution of quivers acquired the North American rights to Timecrafters, the treasure of Pirates Cove, a family film by Hip Films directed by Rick Spalla. It will be released digitally and on demand on May 14. Casey Simpson, McKinley Blehm, Lucas Jaye, Connor Cain and Gavin Magnus star with Denise Richards, Patrick Muldoon, Eric Balfour, Malcolm McDowell and The walking deadLew Temple.

Jeffrey Butscher and Chip Fraser’s storyline follows what happens when lightning strikes a stolen science vessel during its jaunt; he disappears with the crew and his precious treasure map on board. Plunged into a vortex, the crew awoke 300 years later on the shores of Pirate’s Cove. Soon, they discover that their treasure map is missing, and now in the hands of a few local children.

The deal was brokered by Larry Greenberg of Quiver with Cassian Elwes of Elevated Film Sales.

Here’s the trailer:


Freestyle digital media acquired Goodbye dear, an independent thriller from director and co-writer Max Strand. Also written by Todd Rawiszer, the film will be available on digital and cable platforms on May 11.

Pamela Jayne Morgan (The girl in the attic) and Juliette Alice Gobin (Look at me) movie star. In it, Dawn, a truck driver, stops in a state park to sleep when she is ambushed by Phoebe, a young woman fleeing a kidnapper. Dawn is suspicious of Phoebe’s story, leading to a fight that leaves her phone broken, the keys missing, and nothing but darkness between them and help.

Rawiszer produced the photo, which premiered at Dances With Films in Los Angeles. Glen Reynolds of Circus Road Films negotiated the acquisition on behalf of the filmmakers with Freestyle Digital.


the Los Angeles Indian Film Festival has defined its programming for the 19th edition of the festival which will take place practically from May 20 to 27, geo-blocked in California. The list includes 40 films, including three world premieres, in 17 languages, with 16 female directors. The festival will kick off with the Los Angeles premiere of Fire in the mountains, Ajitpal Singh’s feature film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year. The screening will include a question-and-answer session with Singh and Asif Kapadia (Amy, Sienna). More details here.

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