We are excited to participate in the upcoming 2005 MIP-TV and look forward to bringing you some of the best in entertainment.
We are proud to announce the feature film ROAD HOUSE 2: LAST CALL, written by Miles Chapman, directed by Richard Wenk, in association with MGM. This action/drama is currently in pre-production. We are in negotiations with Treat Williams (Miss Congeniality 2, WB's Everwood) to play "Nate", the brother of bouncer Dalton who was played by Patrick Swayze in the original Road House. For the action star role of "Shane", the nephew of Nate, we are in negotiations with several young talented actors to cast in the lead Desmond Harrington (Wrong Turn) or Matthew Davis (Legally Blonde) will star in the film. This great action film follows Shane as he battles thugs to try to regain control of his Uncle Nate's legendary bayou bar, The Black Pelican.
TRESPASSSING, starring the breathtaking Estella Warren (Planet of the Apes) and Daniel Gillies (Spiderman 2) is a gripping thriller you won't soon forget. The film follows a group of college students as they explore a hunted house in the swamps of Louisiana. Is it just a myth, or are people really destined to meet a grisly death if they dare to enter? This film is completed and was released theatrically in the U.S. by Screen Media.
THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA, a feature length animated film, is great for the whole family. This classic story, inspired by the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, features studio quality animation. It s an exciting adventure that children of all ages will love to watch.
FEATURE FILMS FOR FAMILIES
We have a great library of family films, both animated and live action. Titles include:
THE SEVENTH BROTHER
SEASONS OF THE HEART
BEHIND THE WATERFALL
IN YOUR WILDEST DREAMS
Yoram Pelman, Tomorrow Films' CEO would be delighted to meet with you in Cannes. We will be part of the IFTA Booth, No. 01.02, at the Palais des Festivals, Monday-Thursday 11-14 April, 9:30 AM-6:00 PM. Please contact us to request a meeting by replying to this email or calling (818) 788-8776.