Monday, September 8, 2014
Award Winning Film Festival Drama "From Above" Hits Theaters and VOD
Vertical Entertainment recently send us over information for their upcoming release of "From Above". The film stars Danny Glover, Graham Green, Ashley Bell, and Clayton Rohner. "From Above hits theaters in limited release and VOD on September 15th.
For more information on this film, you can visit the film's official website at: http://fromabovemovie.com
To see the list of upcoming screenings, you can visit the film's official Tugg page at: http://www.tugg.com/titles/from-above
Courtesy of Vertical Entertainment, Eleven-55 Films and Director/Producer Norry Niven comes the visually artistic and enchanting love story FROM ABOVE. Fans of the film can now see it on the big screen in their hometown and at the same time they can see it on demand from iTunes, Amazon and Walmart.com. FROM ABOVE (formerly Chasing Shakespeare) spent the past year taking the festival circuit by storm with over 34 accolades nationwide including: Winner of Best Feature Film at both the AFI Cannes Film Festival and FirstGlance Hollywood Film Festival. Exclusive fan-demanded screenings have been set in select cities. This will be the first time fans can experience the magic on the big screen by simply clicking http://www.tugg.com/titles/from-above or by checking out FROM ABOVE on Facebook.
FROM ABOVE Upcoming Screenings
FROM ABOVE is more EXPERIENCE than film, it's an endearing, mytho-poetic, love story told through flashbacks from widower William Ward's (Danny Glover) memory of the life he spent with beloved wife Venus. This Native American family lived in a small Arkansas town and had an affinity for lightning as well as a deep connection to nature. William and Venus lived in a world filled with racial and ethnic differences, which made their love a difficult plot to play. But in an original mixture of Native American narration and Shakespearean tragedy Niven creates a spiritually uplifting and visually stunning story.
"We are all very excited about fans getting to experience the film as it was intended to be seen and heard, in a theater, on a big screen in Dolby 5.1." - Director Norry Niven