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Visionfest 07 The Other Festival kicks in today

VISIONFEST 07: The Other Festival (VF07), which runs September 19-23, 2007, at Tribeca Cinemas (corner of Varick and Laight streets in New York City), has announced that Heather Graham (Boogie Nights; Bobby), who stars in the film festival’s opening night feature, Broken, is scheduled to attend the exclusive New York film festival premiere on Wednesday, September 19, 2007, at 8:30 p.m. Ms. Graham is expected to arrive just before 8 in a Classic Car Club vehicle, and will be on hand to officially kick off VF07.

The movie follows Hope (Heather Graham) as she makes a life-altering move away from her Midwestern town to pursue a singing career in Los Angeles. Her newfound love interest, Will, (played by Jeremy Sisto), however, soon drags her down into his own dark world, where slacking off on life and experimenting with hard drugs seems to be the order of the day. “In this film,” stated VF07 producer, Jana Frindtova, “Heather Graham takes on a truly challenging role. Her ‘Hope’ is a character I think many women will identify with on so many levels. She is smart and talented, and ultimately a free spirit. And yet, she falls prey to her own emotions, allowing them to often get in the way of her own happiness. But we root for her no matter what.” Broken, which is directed by Alan White, will open theatrically in New York on October 5th, and will unveil later in the month in Austin ,Chicago, Minneapollis, and Los Angeles. Linda Hamilton (The Terminator), Tess Harper (Crimes of the Heart), and Jake Busey (Christmas With The Kranks) are among some of the other great performances featured in the film.

The very eclectic line-up of feature films in VF07 also boasts the New York Premiere of Wayne Price’s The Doorman, a docu- comedy that has already sold out its Thursday evening (Sept. 20) screening; the World Premiere of Jake Kennedy’s zombie-fest, Days of Darkness, creeping into Tribeca Cinemas on Friday evening (Sept. 21) as part of the festival’s annual “Fright Night Fridays” showcase; and the New York Premiere of Douglas Horn’s Entry Level, a slick, very funny, L.A. comedy featuring D.B. Sweeney (Gardens of Stone), scheduled for Saturday, the 22nd, at 8:00 p.m. Two feature-length documentaries are also included in the 2007 Independent Vision line-up. Gary Null’s AIDS Inc., and Adrian Belic’s Beyond the Call, which marks Mr. Belic’s second documentary feature since his Oscar®-nominated, Genghis Blues, a 1999 Sundance Audience Award winner. The two docs are screening on Thursday, September 20, at Tribeca Cinemas.

And finally, rounding out the “narrative features” line-up, are the New York premiere of Her Best Move, by Norm Hunter, starring Leah Pipes (Life Is Wild; Pixel Perfect) – Sunday at 3:00 p.m., and the award-winning dramatic feature, pretty in the face, by Nate Meyer, which will officially close the Independent Vision Competition on Sunday evening, starting at 7:00 p.m., at the Tribeca Grand Screening Room. An Awards Ceremony will follow after a brief intermission, culminating in an after-party at the Tribeca eatery, Walker’s (which will also be featured as the venue that is hosting the opening night after-party). Other VF07 after-party venues include Dirty Disco (Sept. 21) and Novo (Sept. 20 and 22).

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