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Film
Film
Language: 
English
Production country: 
United States
Running time (In minutes): 
26
Theme: 
Comedy
Category/Format: 
Short films
Production year: 
February, 2010
Film Credits
Film director: 
Matthew Pellowski
Producer: 
Kelvin Dale
Screenplay: 
Charles Casillo
Editing: 
Matthew Pellowski
Film photographer: 
Neil Stephens
Music: 
Bruce Hathaway
Art Director: 
Sergeo Levitas
Costume: 
Mark Zunino, Dennis Basso
Cast 1: 
Joan Collins
Cast 2: 
Charles Casillo
Film synopsis: 
The story revolves around an iconic actress on the skids, making a play for a comeback with a late night talk show host.
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
HD
Festival Selection, Awards...
Festival selection, awards or citation already received and other comments... :
Already selected in a Festival?: 
Yes
Festival selections: 

LA Shortsfest
New York City International Film Festival
International Film Festival Ireland
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

Awards received: 
Best Actress, New York City International Film Festival
Film reviews: 
LIz Smith: "I COULD lie and say this is a vitamin pill, but actually it’s a Valium. And don’t be alarmed I’m taking it with alcohol; it just makes me more fabulous!" That’s Joan Collins as a troubled movie queen, in the frightening and funny "Fetish," a 25-minute short, directed by Matthew Pellowski, written by and co-starring Charles Casillo. (Mr. Casillo – author of a number of nifty books and the screenwriter and star of last year’s indie "Let Me Die Quietly" – plays a TV talk show host, who evinces an ominous interest in Collins. He is unctuous and bone chilling.) The little movie was screened earlier this week at the New Stages Theater on West 49th Street. It attracted quite a crowd of Casillo, Pellowski and, of course, Joan Collins fans. This effort has already won Joan a nomination as Best Actress at the New York City International Film Festival. The event happens tonight, but Joan is in Europe and cannot attend. She did, however, tape an acceptance speech, just in case. I hear it is quite touching.
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TV: 
Open
Video: 
Open
International: 
Open
Internet: 
Open
Publicity Infos
Publicity contact: 
Charles Casillo
Publicity contact email: 
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