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TURBO KID Available on Amazon Prime


If you are looking for extra justification for that Amazon Prime membership, TURBO KID is now available.

TURBO KID premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival to a strong critical acclaim and racked up multiple awards on the film festival circuit, including: Midnight Audience Award at SXSW, Audience Award at Fantasia, Best Feature Audience Award at Fantaspoa as well as the Saturn Award for Best International Film in 2016.

The film was originally released in theaters in August 2015 by Epic Pictures Releasing, the then newly formed distribution company by founders Patrick Ewald and Shaked Berenson whom also co-own and run the film development, financing and production studio Epic Pictures Group. Since then, the distributor released other Epic productions such as TALES OF HALLOWEEN, and third-party films including this month’s release of THE LODGERS



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