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Bicephaly Pictures, in association with Lunacy Productions and Relic Pictures, has announced the start of production on The Short History of the Long Road, the sophomore feature from Simon-Kennedy (Days of Gray). The road trip drama stars international recording artist and actress Carpenter as Nola, a young van-dweller forced to take the wheel for the first time when tragedy strikes. Rounding out the cast are Steven Ogg (The Walking Dead), Jashaun St. John (Songs My Brothers Taught Me), Rusty Schwimmer (The Perfect Storm), Danny Trejo (Machete) and Maggie Siff (Billions).

Production begins this month and is expected to last several weeks on location in New Mexico.

The film will be shot by Simon-Kennedy’s long-time collaborator Cailin Yatsko. Producers on the project include: Darren Dean (The Florida Project); Kishori Rajan (American Fable, HBO’s upcoming Random Acts of Flyness); and Eddie Rubin (Puzzle, Love and Honor), along with Simon-Kennedy and Yatsko. Eric Schultz, Stu Pollard, Harris McCabe and Mike Han are executive producing while a co-producer credit is going to Bettina Kadoorie. Paradigm is handling sales on the film.

We’re about to hit the road in New Mexico with a phenomenal cast and crew! It’s been a journey already, but we’re so happy to be bringing our next Bicephaly Pictures film to life. ?#shorthistorylongroad #vanlife

— THE SHORT HISTORY OF THE LONG ROAD (@RoadFilm) April 7, 2018


A pair of childhood friends reunite during their summer break from college and deal with a traumatizing experience from their past.

According to a recent Facebook post, it appears that ‘A Woman, a Part’ will be one of the movies screened during this year’s 25th Annual Philadelphia Film Festival.

Very happy to announce A WOMAN, A PART’s Philadelphia premiere in competition at The 25th Philadelphia Film Festival on Friday, October 21. Please spread the word!

‘A Woman, a Part’ will be shown Friday, October 21st at 6:35 PM at the Ritz East B Theater, and on Sunday October 29th at 9:10 PM at the Prince Theater, according to the Film Festival’s Program.

Information can be found here as well as their Facebook page. And the link the the program for the festival can be located here. According to the site, tickets available to the public go on sale on October 5th.

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