EXCLUSIVE: Voltage Pictures has boarded global sales on writer-director Kyle Rankin’s (Night Of The Living Deb) forthcoming thriller Run Hide Fight, starring Thomas Jane (Deep Blue Sea), Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill) and Isabel May (Alexa & Katie). The U.S. company will introduce the project to buyers in the approaching European Film Market.
Run Hide Fight follows 17-year old Zoe Hull (May) who uses her wits, survival skills, and empathy to struggle for her life, and those of her fellow classmates, contrary to a bunch of live-streaming college shooters.
Presently in post-production, the movie stars Eli Brown (Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists), Olly Sholotan (All American), Cyrus Arnold (Zoolander two ), Britton Sear (Boy Erased), Catherine Davis (S.W.A.T.) , Treat Williams (Deep Rising), and Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator).
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The job’s subject matter is an extremely sensitive one. The filmmakers discussed their justification for making the movie and its travel once we broke information on it late last year.
Cinestate’s Dallas Sonnier and Amanda Presmyk are generating under the organization’s brand new genre banner Rebeller. Adam Donaghey, Danielle Cox, and Bobby Campbell are executive producers. Jonathan Deckter and Sarah Dunn negotiated the deal on behalf of Voltage Pictures. Cinestate will disperse directly in the U.S.
“Run Hide Fight typifies the type of high quality, highly-commercial fare we have come to expect out of Cinestate, and absolutely encapsulates the assignment of the arm Rebeller to create courageous films that break the traditional mould,” explained Voltage’s Jonathan Deckter. “We are thrilled that Dallas has entrusted us with providing this distinctive movie to global audiences and can not wait to discuss with our spouses as part of our powerful and varied EFM slate.”
Voltage’s EFM slate also includes Liam Neeson actions pic The Marksman (aka The Minuteman), YA love Following We Collided, action-thriller Redemption Day, mafia biopic Lansky and also action-thriller The 2nd.