GoDigital and PMK*BNS Films have acquired the distirbution rights to John Chuldenko’s “Nesting.”
PMK will be distributing the film theatrically while GoDigital will be handling Video On Demand distribution.
Full Press Release below:
New York, NY (Thursday, February 23, 2012) – GoDigital has acquired the VOD rights to the independent, romantic comedy Nesting which is set to be released in spring of 2012. PMK*BNC Films will be handling the theatrical distribution. John Chuldenko wrote and directed the film with Dangertrain Films producing.
“When you get older, you suddenly find yourself at a Pottery Barn rather than at a Pixies show. And when you step back and realize this, it’s hard not to panic. That fear? That’s what Nesting is about,” said Chuldenko about his first feature length comedy. “GoDigital is giving us this new platform to be able to get the film out to people who otherwise might not have seen it. We’re incredibly excited to have the opportunity to partner up with them.”
Todd Grinnell (Desperate Housewives, How I Met Your Mother) and Ali Hillis (Over Her Dead Body) star as Neil and Sarah, a thirty-something couple who feels like they’re stuck in a rut. Trying to recapture their romance and live out their glory days, they take a trip back to LA where they lived during their 20s. After a few drinks one night, they break into the apartment that they once shared, becoming illegal squatters for a few days. When a “housewarming” party they are throwing gets out of control, they find that it’s the lessons they’ve learned as grown-ups that might be what saves them from the consequences.
“We’re thrilled to give Nesting a home,” said Andy Bohn of GoDigital. “John’s film poignantly speaks to the struggles of transitioning through adulthood and will resonate across generations. Nesting deserves to be seen by the widest possible audience and we look forward to working with John and the PMK*BNC team to accomplish just that.”
Chuldenko is currently in production on his feature documentary White House Wax, which uncovers and explores the President’s hidden album collection.