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Los Angeles, CA - January 12, 2018 -
January’s cold has people inside awaiting great films to watch.
The New Year is a time for new resolutions of soon-to-be-broken promises, failed-diets and as always, new movies.
While emerging films hold high expectations, great anticipation and new content, movie-lovers can’t help but sometimes find themselves sitting back in their theater chairs, regretting the $11 popcorn.
Luckily for the New Year, there is a way to guarantee that your film expectations will not be broken or failed, as this collection refers you to recent films you cannot go wrong with.
So grab popcorn, extra blankets and hot chocolate with TriCoast Entertainment’s collection of “Five Friday Film Favorites: The Perfect Movies to Watch During This Chilly Winter Season”:
1. ‘Colin Hay – Waiting For My Real Life’ (2015) – Written and directed by Aaron Faulls and Nate Gowtham
A historical, ‘80s rockumentary that journeys with renowned singer-songwriter, Colin Hay through his archived musical history as well as recent live footage.
2. ‘The Brooklyn Banker’ (2016) – Directed by Federico Castelluccio
This ‘70s-set gangster/mafia drama tells the story of an honest, straight-arrowed family man who quickly succumbs to New York City’s pressures of crime and violence, leading to one outcome of corruption and ultimate downfall.
3. ‘Wait Till Helen Comes’ (2016) – Directed by Dominic James
Based on Mary Downing Hahn’s best selling young adult novel and top USA school curriculum book selection, ‘Wait Till Helen Comes’ is a family ghost story about sisters, Molly and Heather, and their creepy ghost encounter when their newly reconstructed family moves into a converted country church.
4. ‘Let Her Out’ (2016) – Directed by Cody Calahan
An elevated, Canadian psychological thriller brought exclusively to the U.S. by DarkCoast that tells the story of an ordinary, young bike courier, Helen (Alanna LeVierge), who’s life becomes a nightmare when doctors discover her “vanishing twin” is violently attempting to escape Helen’s body.
5. ‘Shadow World’ (2016) – Directed by Johan Grimonprez
Based on the bestselling book by global arms expert, Andrew Feinstein, Grimonprez’s highly acclaimed film adaption broadcasts real-life video footage of heinous acts against the innocent, war crimes and corruption through interviews from society’s elite to capture their scandalous, powerful and manipulative role in today’s media.
About TriCoast Entertainment:
A new home for story-driven American films, TriCoast Entertainment is a full service media company that creates, produces, manages and distributes unique and unusual entertainment. Bringing together filmmakers, distributors, financiers, and technologists, TriCoast Entertainment embraces change by redefining the production and distribution model for indie filmmakers, providing them with low cost tools, financing, and worldwide theatrical and digital distribution, along with market feedback and storytelling opportunities.
Company Name: TriCoast Entertainment Contact Person: Jenna Wilen
Phone: 310 458 7707
Address:11124 Washington Blvd
City: Culver City
Country: United States