Altered Perception green-lit for production

Following her appearance at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), actress-producer-director Jennifer Blanc-Biehn announced that Altered Perception was green-lit for production in November, along with Small Red Star Productions and support of Lony Ruhmann’s new model of filmmaking.

 
 
Altered Perception is a fast-paced sci-fi thriller that follows four couples as they embark on a clinical trial of a new medication that is designed to help users move past traumatic experiences by altering their perception. As the couples continue their treatment, they begin to question and doubt their memories and eventually their sanity.
 
 
“I am so happy with the positive reception our films received at TIFF and can’t wait to get started on Altered Perception,” said Jennifer Blanc-Biehn. “This is a unique storyline that will resonate with many viewers because of the quick-fix mentality of our characters  and  the science behind pharmaceuticals and government involvement.”  Jennifer will produce this out of her company with husband Michael Biehn’; also producing is Danielle Artigo and Lony Ruhmann. Travis Romero (White Collar) will team with Blanc-Biehn Productions again (Treachery) and pen the script. Casting has begun and so far stars Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Chris Meyer, Hallie Jordan, Matthew Ziff, Nichola Fynn, Christopher Backus, with more in process. The film will be directed by Kate Rees Davies. Composition by Randy Chance (Treachery, The Girl, The Night Visitor).
 
 
Follow Jennifer Blanc-Biehn on Twitter (@jenniferblancb) to keep updated with posts from her experience at TIFF as she promotes Lionsgate’s new thriller Among FriendsAltered PerceptionThe Girl and of course the much anticipated Hidden In The Woods (in post-production) starring Michael Biehn and William Forsythe. For more information on BBP projects, please visit http://blancbiehnproductions.com.
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