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The MONTREAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL (INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF MONTREAL) is the only competitive film festival in North America recognized by the FIAPF.
Montreal ranks among the most prestigious festivals in the world.
The 2012 Festival edition runs August 23 - September 3
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Video Interview with Rushlights team in MONTREAL JOSHH HENDERSON, HALLEY WEBB, and ANTONI STUTS
Filmmaking : Antoni Stutz
Scriptwriter : Ashley Scott Meyers
Photography : Gregg Easterbrook
Montage : Michael Palmerio, Jane Abramowitz
interpreters : Beau Bridges, Aidan Quinn, Josh Henderson, Haley Webb, Jordan Bridges, Lorna Raver, Joel McKinnon Miller, Crispian Belfrage
Production House : Antoni Sutz, Jeffrey Coulter, Gabriella Stollenwerck, Crosstown Films / Rushlights LLC, 3200 Airport Avenue, Suite 14, Santa Monica, CA 90405 (États-Unis), tél.: (310) 391-2901, email@example.com
When a friend dies suddenly of a drug overdose, Billy and Sarah, two delinquent young lovers from the suburbs of Los Angeles, seize the opportunity and travel to a small Texas town to falsely claim her inheritance. At first the hustle appears to be developing according to plan. Cameron Brodgen, the attorney representing the estate, is a courteous southern gentleman. He accepts Sarah's identification and even offers to help her expedite matters. Enter Sheriff Brodgen, the local lawman, who just happens to be the lawyer's older brother. He isn't as accomodating. He confronts the young "strangers" with a host of suspicions. To make matters worse, questions are raised about just how Zackary Niles, the owner of of the estate, really died. Rummaging through Niles’ large mansion, the youngsters discover that the inheritance has plenty more family strings attached then originally thought. It appears that almost everybody in town has some kind of stake in the succession of the Niles fortune. The young grifters know that time is of the essence and the discovery of foul play delays their claim. Sarah and Billy realize they have to start covering their tracks...
Born to Swiss parents and educated in Europe, American actor-filmmaker Antoni Stutz began his career after studying at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in New York and Los Angeles. He appeared in commercials then had roles in such TV series as Crime Story, Freddy's Nightmares and Tour of Duty, as well as feature films DEAD BANG (1989) and ULTERIOR MOTIVES (1993). He made his directorial debut in 2001 with YOU'RE KILLING ME, and he served as executive producer of Cecilia Miniucchi's EXPIRED (2007).
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