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Gravitas Ventures Acquires ‘A Brilliant Monster’

Deadline is reporting that Gravitas Ventures has picked up the film A Brilliant Monster by F.C.Rabbath. The 86-minute film which premiered June 2018 at the Dances with Films festival in LA, tells the story of successful author Mitch Stockridge, a man who hides a monstrous secret of where his ideas come from.

A Brilliant Monster stars Dennis Friebe, Teo Ciltia, Joy Kigin, Tatiana Warden, Dina Najjar, David Raizor, Bill Kelly, Nick Leali, Gleb Krotov, and Alea Figueroa. Music for the film was provided by Valentin Boomes. read more

Trailer premiere of ACCIDENTAL EXORCIST

We have the trailer for Daniel Falicki’s Accidental Exorcist.  Gravitas Ventures has picked up the North American rights to the film, which is executive produced by Warren Croyle. The film is hitting select theaters and On Demand June 24.

You can view the trailer and full press release below.

 

GRAVITAS VENTURES SECURES RIGHTS TO ‘ACCIDENTAL EXORCIST’

 

The Chilling Horror Flick Hits Select Theaters and On Demand June 24

 

 

Gravitas Ventures has secured North American rights to “Accidental Exorcist” from Director Daniel Falicki, Executive Producer Warren Croyle and Producer Sheri Beth Dusek. Croyle and Dusek also wrote the script about Richard Vanuck (Falicki, “Devils in the Darkness”), a thirty-something, dirt poor alcoholic who can’t hold down a day job or maintain a normal life due to a very special “gift” he was born into. read more

Post-apocalyptic Thriller ‘Refuge’ on VOD 2/16! Trailer Inside

 

REFUGE?

Highly Acclaimed Post-­apocalyptic Thriller Released by Gravitas   Ventures Coming to VOD, iTunes, Amazon Feb. 16

https://youtu.be/s4oqBnDjUgE

Refuge ?is a post­-apocalyptic thriller from Passerby Films. ?Refuge ?was enthusiastically received by audiences last year at multiple festivals around the world, including fan favorites ?Toronto After Dark?, ScreamFest? and won ?Best Director ?for Andrew Robertson in Sydney at Australia’s ?Fantastic Planet.

 

Refuge ?has been compared to Cormac McCarthy’s ?The Road? as the austere setting and large cast of villains are reminiscent of the world that film inhabits. Director Robertson says of the post-­apocalyptic universe: “I wanted to focus on a family living in isolation..to portray the quiet fear that would become the default if we all went into hiding after a big societal breakdown. I expect life would become a slow burn, interrupted with bursts of fear and violence.” read more