U.S. rights to drama “Stuck Between Stations” by Brady Kiernan have been picked up by Wreckin Hill Entertainment and NECA Films. The film, starring Sam Rosen (“The Oranges”), Zoe Lister-Jones (“Breaking Upwards”) along with Michael Imperioli (“The Sopranos”) and Josh Hartnett, will have a threatrical run starting November 4 in Brooklyn and Minneapolis.
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Wrekin Hill Entertainment along with NECA Films announced today they have acquired US rights to STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS, a new drama from director Brady Kiernan featuring standout performances by rising indie stars Sam Rosen (THE ORANGES) and Zoe Lister-Jones (BREAKING UPWARDS), and supported by Michael Imperioli (“The Sopranos”) and Josh Hartnett (BLACK HAWK DOWN). The film is written by Nat Bennett and Sam Rosen, and produced by Todd Cobery, Spencer Kiernan, Sam Rosen and Brady Kiernan.
Casper, a young soldier home on leave, has a chance run-in with his childhood crush, now a grad student coping with conflicts of her own. In one night, the two traverse a striking Minneapolis cityscape, growing closer but knowing they will inevitably have to part ways at dawn.
Wrekin Hill is releasing STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS theatrically at Brooklyn’s ReRun Theater on November 4th and in Minneapolis at St. Anthony Main Theater December 16th, with further dates TBA. The film will be available on DVD and VOD through Lionsgate in March of 2012.
“STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS features wonderful performances from Sam Rosen and Zoe Lister-Jones and they are perfectly complimented by the rest of the cast,” said Wrekin Hill Entertainment’s President and CEO Chris Ball. “The filmmakers have skillfully created a terrific film and we’re proud to be bringing it to theatres.”
The deal was negotiated for Wrekin Hill by Chief Operating Officer Rene Cogan, with Kevin Iwashina and Christine D’Souza of Preferred Content working on behalf of the filmmakers.
About Wrekin Hill Entertainment
WREKIN HILL ENTERTAINMENT is a Los Angeles-based production and distribution company, founded by the former Newmarket Films team of Chris Ball, and Rene Cogan. Ball and Cogan built a reputation at Newmarket for producing and distributing such indie classics as MEMENTO, DONNIE DARKO, WHALE RIDER, MONSTER, and THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST. Wrekin Hill has a multi-year US home entertainment distribution deal with Lionsgate, and a three-year multi- platform output deal with Canadian distributor eOne. The company distributes four to five quality theatrical releases each year in addition to its ancillary output, with a focus on the same kind of director-driven specialty films on which the team has built its reputation.
About National Entertainment Collectibles Association (NECA)
NECA INC. operates as a media and entertainment company in the US and internationally, with divisions dedicated to Consumer Products, Filmed Entertainment, and Online Retailing / Digital Distribution. The Consumer Products division is a leading manufacturer and distributor of entertainment related products, dominating the specialty market. The Filmed Entertainment division is investing in the production and distribution of content that will benefit from NECA’s unique and proprietary distribution and marketing model. The online division leverages NECA’s properties to provide an immersive, platform- agnostic entertainment experience through subscription and transactional models.