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AFM: Henry Ian Cusick’s ‘Frank vs. God’ Making Market Premiere

BBA Studios’ spiritual comedy “Frank vs. God,” starring Henry Ian Cusick, will make its market premiere at the American Film Market with 4squarefilms handling international sales.

Stewart Schill directed from his own script, in which a former hotshot lawyer decides to serve God with a lawsuit after his house is destroyed by a tornado and his insurance company deems the incident “an act of God.” Producers are Alan Pruzan, Scott Schill, Jillian Stein, Jeff Merriman-Cohen and Dan Springen.

Cusick is known for “Lost” and “The 100.” Ever Carradine also stars.

Schill directed “Brittle Glory,” starring Tony Curtis, and has TV credits on “Charmed,” “Dexter,” “Battlestar Galactica” and “American Horror Story.”

“Frank vs. God” won the audience award at the Fort Lauderdale and Maui film festivals last year.

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