Bull Market Entertainment's 'crazylove' To Be Distributed By PorchLight Entertainment

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Bull Market Entertainment announced today that its feature film “crazylove” will be distributed worldwide by PorchLight Entertainment. The film will make its U.S. broadcast debut on Lifetime on Valentine’s Day. “Bitter” will be Bull Market Entertainment’s next production.

Bull Market Entertainment’s feature film “crazylove” will be distributed worldwide by PorchLight Entertainment. The American broadcast premiere will be on Lifetime on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2006 at 9 PM ET/PT.

“crazylove” is a romantic-dramedy about Letty Mayer, who suffers a nervous breakdown and is institutionalized. While there, she meets Michael, a schizophrenic, who has been in and out of hospitals his entire life. Letty and Michael fall in love and try to overcome major obstacles so that their romance can survive.

The film had its world premiere at the Hollywood Film Festival on October 22, 2005. Zac Reeder, who negotiated the deal on behalf of PorchLight, says, "we're very excited to have acquired this deeply affecting, yet funny gem and proud to be taking it out to audiences worldwide." Directed by acclaimed casting director Ellie Kanner, the film features stunning performances from lead actors Reiko Aylesworth (“24”) and Bruno Campos (“Nip/Tuck”). The film co-stars JoBeth Williams (“Fever Pitch”), Meat Loaf (“Fight Club”), Marla Sokoloff (“The Practice”), Greg Germann (“Ally McBeal”), and David Alan Basche (“Rescue Me”). The film was produced by Hal Schwartz, the President of Bull Market Entertainment, and the associate producer was Lennox Wiseley.

A true labor of love for those involved, “crazylove” was written by Carol Watson, whose all-too-brief career in Hollywood was distinguished by a number of successful projects, including a stint on staff at Comedy Central's hit TV show "South Park" and a dramatic series concept that she sold to Paramount in collaboration with legendary TV producer Norman Lear. Watson died in 1998 at the age of 33, cutting short a career of great promise. “crazylove” is her first produced screenplay and the film is dedicated in her memory.

Bull Market Entertainment’s follow-up to “crazylove” will be “Bitter”, which was written by David Zuckerman, a co-exec producer on FOX’s hit TV show “American Dad” and who formerly co-developed “Family Guy.”

“Bitter” is expected to go into production in the summer of 2006. It will once again feature the producer/director team of Schwartz and Kanner.

For more information on "crazylove", go to http://www.crazylove-movie.com


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