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"SCAMMERHEAD" had it's World Premiere in the Main Competition at the 2014 Montreal World Film Festival (http://www.ffm-montreal.org/en/317-en_scammerhead.html), and was nominated for the Prix des Ameriques. It recently won "Best Narrative Feature" at the Berkeley Film Festival, as well as the Trenton Film Festival, and the "Visionary Award" at the Lake Champlain Int'l Film Festival, and Dan Zukovic was nominated for Best Performance at the Orlando Film Festival.  The Berkeley Times has called "SCAMMERHEAD" "One of this years' most intriguing movies." It continues on the festival circuit, and will be appearing on DVD and VOD outlets. "SCAMMERHEAD" will also be having it's Los Angeles Premiere in the new year at the historic

Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood as part of the American Cinematheque.



A Global Film Noir with dark comic elements, "SCAMMERHEAD" was shot for over 7 years in numerous international locations, including New York, Chicago, London, Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington DC, Memphis, Liverpool, Birmingham, Cleveland, Paris, Lake Havasu Arizona, Berlin, Rome, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Havana, Tokyo, Mexico City, Elba Island and Alcatraz Island. It features one of the final performances of legendary Hollywood character actor Alex Rocco ("The Godfather", "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle"), as well as performances by other Hollywood character greats Bruce Glover ("Chinatown", "Diamonds Are Forever"),  and Duane Whitaker ("Pulp Fiction").

"SCAMMERHEAD" was written and directed by Cult indie film director Dan Zukovic ("The Last Big Thing"),
and produced by Jeremy Dyson, Brendan Keown and Mitch Mayer ("Dark Arc").

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