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Short Film: “April’s Way”

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Based on the compelling true story about a Korean store owner struggling to protect his market during the 1992 Los Angeles race riots.

When faced with rampant looting, a Korean-American store owner struggles between protecting his wife and young daughter or taking a stand against rioters who threaten his business and livelihood.

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Interview with Star of Upcoming Indie Short Film “White Awake”

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In an era of films that are littered with comic books, book adaptations, remakes, reboots, rehashes and re-imaginings its increasingly difficult to find something new or original as studios clamber for familiarity to draw audiences in. So when I stumbled on the Kickstarter for indie drama White Awake it wasn’t just a breath of fresh air but a perpetual gust of wind slapping me in the face and demanding my attention.

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“Preying for Mercy” Short Film

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LAPD Detective Frank Gates is a hard working cop, a loving father and husband, and an all around good man. But beneath his gleaming veneer of happiness and stability lay a buried past wrought with secrets and violence. After letting a bust go bad in New York he fled for his life and changed his identity.

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New Short Film Soon to be Released called “Seat Kicker”

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Seat Kicker takes place almost entirely on an airliner halfway over the Pacific. When the plane is wracked by worsening turbulence, passengers and crew begin to suspect a connection between a gifted little girl’s tantrums and the violent forces threatening the aircraft. For all of us who’ve had a flight from hell thanks to a child, whether our own or someone else’s, the Seat Kicker story will hit home as if told and embellished by Stephen King.

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Breakaway Daily Interview with Cleo Tellier about Her Short Film About Child Abuse “The Silence”

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Cleo Tellier is a French-Canadian actress known for the role of Émilie in the 15 season TV show Virginie and also the role of Flora in the Emmy-nominated show, 30 Vies. She can also be seen in Degrassi as Rheanne and in various TV shows and national commercials. Her latest project puts Cleo behind the lens as she puts a spotlight on child abuse in her short film “The Silence.”

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Synopsis: Ann, Leslie, Isabelle and Jerome used to be four out of the two millions children in foster care in the world.

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