Michael Imperioli will star in indie horror-thriller “Foreclosure,” joining Wendell Pierce (“Treme”) and Bill Raymond.
Writer-director Richard Ledes begins shooting next week in Queens. Ghost story, inspired by the mortgage crisis, is set on a neighborhood block in which nearly every house sits vacant and bank-owned.
“Foreclosure” is produced by Ged Dickersin (“City Island”) and co-produced by Lila Yomtoob. Submarine represents domestic rights to the film.
Cast also includes Jeff Burchfield, Meital Dohan, Brandon Gill, Spencer List, Tristan Laurence Perez, William Stone Mahoney and Roger Robinson.
Ledes’ first feature, “A Hole in One,” starred Michelle Williams and Meat Loaf, and premiered at Tribeca. His second feature, “The Caller,” with Frank Langella, Elliot Gould and Laura Harring, won the “Made in New York” award at the 2008 Tribeca Festival.