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“The Expediter” Selected as Semi-Finalist at the Atlanta Award-Qualifying Film Festival (USA)

Judging Status Update

atlanta film festivalThe Expediter has been selected as a semi-finalist at the Atlanta Award-Qualifying Film Festival (USA).

ATLANTA AWARD-QUALIFYING FILM FESTIVAL (USA) annually is hosted in Atlanta over At: Plaza Theatre, Briarcliff Plaza, 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
The main goal of ATLANTA AWARD-QUALIFYING FILM FESTIVAL is to present the most exciting and inspiring new works on film being made today.

“The Expediter” Preselected to San Francisco Film Festival 2018

Film Festival Judging Status Update

san francisco film festivalThe Expediter was preselected to participate in the San Francisco Film Festival 2018.  Stay tuned for updates!

The festival itself is a collection of razor edge independent films and bands. Included in the festival are nights of live music concerts, short films, animation, global features, long and short documentaries, skate films, music documentaries, and music videos.
All films screened and accepted into the festival inspire the artistic with work that is leading film, music, and cinematography’s evolution and will ensure the Bay Area’s reputation for innovation in the arts.

“The Expediter” Preselected to New Zealand Southern Cross Film Festival 2018

Film Festival Judging Status Update

The Expediter was preselected to participate in the New Zealand Southern Cross Film Festival 2018.  Stay tuned for updates!

New Zealand Southern Cross Film Festival celebrates the work of independent filmmakers, taking us all on a journey to discover new worlds through film.

The festival’s  goal is to support local and international independent filmmakers and to provide a prominent stage to showcase emerging talent. The New Zealand Southern Cross Film Festival will screen an exciting and diverse selection of features, shorts and experimental films giving the audience a glance into the ever-evolving world of human interaction and its various interpretations.

Learn more, visit: http://southerncrossfilmfestival.com/

Vancouver Filmdance Festival Preselects The Expediter

Film Festival Judging Status Update: Preselected 2018

We are proud to announce that Vancouver Filmdance Festival Preselected The Expediter for their 2018 event.

Vancouver Filmdance Festival is one of the largest North America’s film festivals and annually takes place in central Vancouver: April 27, 2018 to April 28, 2018.
The main goal of Vancouver Filmdance Festival is to present the most exciting and inspiring new works on film being made today.

Toronto International Independent Film Festival Preselects The Expediter

Film Festival Judging Status Update: Preselected 2018

We are proud to announce that Toronto International Independent Film Festival Preselected The Expediter for their 2018 event.

The festival plans to host over 200 visiting artists, and to presents an average of 100 non-fiction films, and offers a variety of exciting events throughout town.
In addition to screenings, the Big Toronto Independent Shop is a five-day industry event that includes panels, master classes, workshops.

Learn more about Toronto International Independent Film Festival. Visit:

The Expediter Preselected for Cinema New York City 2018

Cinema New York City

We are proud to announce that Cinema New York City has preselected The Expediter for their 2018 film festival. Cinema New York City is a celebration of the true independent filmmaker, documentaries, short and feature-length films, music videos, and animation. Stay tuned for more information as the event draws closer. Read more details about Cinema New York City here: http://cinemanewyorkcity.com/

Star of The Expediter’s TV Commercial Goes Viral

The Expediter Star David Olsen Featured in Viral Halo Top Video

David Olsen as Jake Cutter

David Olsen who stars in Indie Film The Expediter is featured in a commercial for Halo Top Ice Cream. The creative ad received 683,000 views to date since it appeared on the director’s channel September 7th. Watch the video below.

We are so proud of our friend and fine actor David who played the part of crusty marine Jake Cutter in our film and are thrilled that he is receiving high critical acclaim for his acting by audiences and reviewers.

“The Expediter” on iTunes

the expediter movieIN ONE WEEK, on October 8th, The Expediter will be released on iTunes Nationwide & Internationally (within certain territories). We are truly excited to reach a wider audience than we could possibly achieve on our own. Please mark your calendars for this monumental moment & support our triumphant & heartfelt film upon its release by renting/buying our film & spreading the word by sharing this post. We appreciate any & all help to make this film the success it deserves to be. Stay tuned for much to come…

Until then, watch our film on Vimeo
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theexpediter

“The Expediter” Filmmakers on “Thunder Road” Movie Set Site at Asheville River Arts District

Filmmakers Visit the Site of 1958 Movie Location in Western North Carolina

 Filmmakers of The Expediter (www.theexpediterfilm.com) take a break from the events at The Ashville Film Festival, where The Expediter was nominated for best-supporting actress and best feature drama to explore Asheville’s rich film history. Here, film archeologists, Bob and Mike using production stills from Robert Mitchum’s 1958, classic Thunder Road have discovered a shooting location.
 “Let me tell the story, I can tell it all
About the mountain boy who ran illegal alcohol
His daddy made the whiskey, son, he drove the load
When his engine roared, they called the highway Thunder Road.
Sometimes into Asheville, sometimes Memphis town
The revenoors chased him but they couldn’t run him down
Each time they thought they had him, his engine would explode
He’d go by like they were standin’ still on that Thunder Road…”
Chase scene with the gray ’50 Ford coupe shot in what is now the River Arts District. Photo courtesy of Park Circus

Read more, visit: https://mountainx.com/movies/thunder-road-remembering-the-making-of-a-cult-classic-in-asheville/