"The film is a classic chase film" says Spotlight Pictures CEO Matthew McCombs.
Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) October 8, 2010
Spotlight Pictures announced today that the action-thriller “Ticket Out” will make its world premiere at the American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica, California this November. The film, inspired by actual facts, stars Ray Liotta as Jim, a man who helps abused women smuggle their children out of the country. Jim gets more than he bargains for when he assists a young mother Jocelyn (played by Alexandra Breckinridge) escape out of the country with her two young children. Billy Burke, fresh off the success of the “Twilight” series, plays the violent ex-husband who pursues Jocelyn and Jim across the country. Joel Moore, who recently starred in Jim Cameron’s epic “Avatar”, co-stars. The film is produced by Chris Noonan, the acclaimed director of “Babe” and “Miss Potter”.
“The film is a classic chase film,” says Spotlight Pictures CEO Matthew McCombs. “The director, Doug Lodato, did an amazing job of having audiences really care for these characters and then, when the time is right, he just lets it fly. The audience feels constant tension and there are quite a few unexpected and clever twists. This film keeps going and going until an amazing climactic ending”.
“Ticket Out” will premiere in November in Santa Monica, California at the American Film Market (AFM). The AFM is an international trade show for motion picture executives and distributors.
Spotlight Pictures will also premiere at AFM the family road-trip film “Chasing 3000”, which stars Rory Culkin, Trevor Morgan, Lauren Holly and Ray Liotta.
About Spotlight Pictures:
Spotlight Pictures was established in 2006 by industry veteran Matthew McCombs. It specializes in the sales and finance of independent motion pictures. Spotlight operates as one of the most respected and effective international sales agents in the world. Spotlight is a full and active member of the trade association IFTA.
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