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Sept. VOD Releases

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Sept. 8th 

It Was 50 Years Ago Today - examines the year 1967, the year that would arguably be the most crucial in the band’s career, a year in which they stopped being the world’s number one touring band and instead became the world’s most innovative recording artists, pushing the boundaries of what could be achieved in the studio. Unable to hear themselves perform and mired by controversy, the band decided to stop touring in August 1966. What followed was a period of extreme creativity and rebirth during which they embraced Swinging London, the ‘avant-garde’, LSD and the advent of the Summer Of Love. The result was the creation of their new alter ego, Sgt. Pepper, with the desire to create a pop music first, the concept album.



The Limehouse Golem - set on the unforgiving, squalid streets of Victorian London in 1880, our tale begins in the baroque, grandiose music hall where the capital’s most renowned performer Dan Leno (Douglas Booth) takes to the stage. The whimsical thespian performs a monologue, informing his dedicated audience of the ghastly fate of a young woman who had once adorned this very stage, his dear friend Elizabeth Cree (Olivia Cooke); for the beguiling songstress is facing up to her forthcoming death by hanging, having been accused of murdering her husband John Cree (Sam Reid). 



Nobody's Watching - the struggle of self-imposed exile; how the pleasures of anonymity and freedom contrast with the pain of loneliness and loss that shapes immigrant experience. NICO, mid 30's, is a young Argentine actor fighting to build a career in the US, without assistance, or connections, never too far from heart-breaking failure, but often blinded by the mirage of immediate success. Nico has left a promising acting career in Argentina, after a tumultuous break-up with his mentor/producer. He lands in New York, lured into believing that his talent will help him find success "on his own" and prove his self-worth. But that's not what he finds. Too blond to play latino, his accent to strong to play anything else, Nico gets stuck between identities: that of the successful South American actor, and temporary immigrant needing to juggle odd jobs and under-the-table employment, in search of the ever-elusive acting part that will provide an adjustment of status. When Andrea, his beautiful Argentinean ex-roommate and confidante, asks him to take care of her baby Theo; Nico becomes his male nanny ("manny") and doesn't suspect how deeply this new bond will affect him. NOBODY'S WATCHING examines an immigrant experience that doesn't often land on the screen; the bittersweet struggle of choosing to make a new land your own, and the realization that actual success lies in the journey of self- discovery and the unexpected gains that "failure" can provide.



Sept. 11th 


September Morning - The film, an exploration of coming to terms with innocence lost of a nation in the wake of 9/11, has toured the country in association with a number of the nation’s leading 9/11 organizations – the FealGood Foundation and the Twin Towers Orphan Fund among others, sparking dialogues with students and educators across the country of what it was like to live through one of America's most unforgettable days. The movie will open in theatres in Los Angeles, New York, D.C., Chicago, Portland, Philadelphia and Richmond, VA, among others, as well as across all VOD/Digital and DVD platforms as a day and date release timed to the sixteenth anniversary of 9/11.



To learn more about the film go to the films website: septembermorningfilm.com, or follow the film on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/septmorningfilm/, Twitter: https://twitter.com/septmorningfilm, or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/septmorning/

Sept. 12th


Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary - Graham Elwood and Chris Mancini (The Comedy Film Nerds Podcast) wanted to find out why podcasters had such a deep personal connection with their audience. They went all over the country, and then even to Australia and Japan to interview fans and podcasters. From dealing with mental illness to battling cancer, the stories they heard were as surprising as they were inspirational.





Sept. 15th


Ryde -  A hip, new ride share service app called RYDE is taking over and dominating the taxi industry. It’s less expensive and capturing followers with it’s fun and casual “friend giving you a ride” vibe. It’s the latest and coolest app out there…. But is it safe? Everyone is going to find out when a psychopath hacks the identity of a Ryde driver. Now everyone who uses the app will be at the mercy of this maniac. Getting a ride form Ryde might just be a few clicks away, but getting out of the car alive may not be so easy…





Sept. 22nd 

The Houses October Built 2 -  Five friends try to recover from the trauma of being kidnapped last Halloween by the Blue Skeleton – a group who takes “extreme haunt” to another level – by facing their fears in order to move on. As they go back out on the road to experience more haunted house attractions, signs of the Blue Skeleton start appearing and a new terror begins…






Welcome to Willits - After Sundown, the feature takes place in the deep Northern California woods, where locals struggle to fight off repeated attacks from mysterious invaders. When local farmer Brock is caught up with a wayward group of campers, the situation quickly escalates into total carnage. Together with a ragtag crew, Brock struggles to maintain his sanity while defending his family from perceived supernatural threats.





Sept. 25th

Crash Pad - A hopeless romantic, who thinks he's found true love with an older woman, learns that she's married and that the fling is merely an instrument of revenge against her neglectful husband.



Sept. 26th


INFINITY CHAMBER is set in a fully automated government prison in the future. Subjected to relentless computer interrogation, a wrongfully imprisoned man must outwit his captors and escape to the outside world that may already be wiped out.





Sept. 29th 

Gerald’s Game - Gerald’s Game is an upcoming American psychological horror-thriller film directed and edited by Mike Flanagan and written by Jeff Howard and Flanagan. It is based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name.



Literally, Right Before Aaron - Still reeling from his breakup, Adam (Justin Long) is devastated when he learns that his ex (Cobie Smulders) is engaged. What’s worse is he’s invited to the wedding. When Adam returns home for the festivities, he must confront his unresolved feelings and an uncertain future in hopes of convincing himself and everyone else that he is truly happy for her. There he discovers the comedy in romance, the tragedy of letting go and the hard truth about growing up.



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