"Night of Adventure" Goes Viral - Reaches Top Spot On Blowtorch.com

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Short film is the highest ranking Blowtorch video, and a contender for the Blowtorch Prize.

iCatcher Films, LLC announced today that its latest film, "Night of Adventure", a tongue-in-cheek short, is world-premiering on the Internet. "Night of Adventure" is currently the #1 video on Blowtorch, and may be viewed at http://bigscreen.blowtorch.com/top25.

"Night of Adventure" entered the Blowtorch Top 25 soon after it was submitted, and has now risen to the top spot. The winning Blowtorch videos will be included in "Blowtorch Shorts", which will be exhibited in movie theaters across the U.S. in Spring 2008.

"Night of Adventure" is about a mother of three or four children whose plans for a night of adventure are thwarted by a handsome stranger. Written by Steven Barritz and directed by New York University MFA graduate I-fan Quirk, "Night of Adventure" dissects the elements of storytelling in just three minutes. Mr. Quirk's feature length film "Being Claudine" won First Prize, Best Director at the Rhode Island International Film Festival, was a Feature Film Winner at the Telluride Indiefest Film Festival, and was the Grand Prize Winner at the Edmonds International Film Festival. It also received four stars from Chris Gore in his review on Film Threat, and was awarded the Warner Bros. Post Production Award and the Tisch School of the Arts Dean's Award.

About "Night of Adventure"
Cast and shot entirely in New York City, "Night of Adventure" has a running time of 3 minutes.

Produced by iCatcher Films LLC
Directed by: I-fan Quirk
Written by: Steven Barritz
Producer: Joanna Rudolph
Co-Producer: David Alexander Papiasvili
Director of Photography: Evan Muehlbauer
Assistant Director: David Alexander Papiasvili
Sound Recorder: Kenneth Jackson
Editor: Russell Dreher

Man: Brandon McCluskey
Woman: Grace Savage
Kidnapper: Ralph Cavallo

About iCatcher Films, LLC
Formed in 2003, and headquartered in Manhattan, iCatcher produces short films of merit. Yin/Yang," iCatcher's prior film short, premiered at the Los Angeles International Shorts Film Festival, one of the largest short film festivals in the world.

Joanna Rudolph

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