FVOYER, an Independent Feature-length Drama, Shot in One Take; There are No Edits and There is No Camera Movement

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First-time feature director Nathan Fleet creates a clever, independent feature using a security camera, wireless microphones and a VHS machine.

Fvoyer will have its world premier at the Village East Cinema, 181 2nd Avenue New York, NY. The movie will screen on Friday November 11th at 2pm in Theatre 7.

Fvoyer is pronounced FOI-yay, and is meant to be a combination of the words foyer and voyeur.

Synopsis - A man has been released from prison and is immediately targeted by a police surveillance team as a possible suspect in the abduction of his own daughter.

Fvoyer stars Derrek Peels as Justin Weaton. Before becoming an actor, Derrek was a running-back in the 1980’s for the Washington Redskins, Ottawa Rough Riders, and the Hamilton Tiger Cats. He has acted and/or performed stunts in movies such as Get Rich or Die Tryin', Four Brothers, Exit Wounds and The Big Hit.

Fvoyer was shot literally in one take, during the hours of 3am and 5am. It was staged like a play in front of a surveillance camera in the foyer of an apartment building. The actors had wireless lapel microphones to capture the sound; the image was taken from a direct cable feed. This is possibly the most inexpensive feature ever made. “I wanted to do a feature-length movie so we put our heads together and came up with Fvoyer.” -- Nathan Fleet, Director / Producer / Writer / Composer

Feature Presentation Entertainment produces independent films, music and film scores. Fvoyer is the first feature-length movie produced by the company. A dramatic, sci-fi thriller is the next feature being written for the company. As well, a 16mm short film. “The Green Grass System” will be released next year.

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