Producers Distribution Agency will release Randy Moore's "Escape From Tomorrow," a horror film shot surreptitiously at several Disney theme parks.
This simple but adrenaline-fueled survival tale boasts impressively muscular direction from Norwegian director Roar Uthaug.
"The ultimate message," said helmer Dante Ariola, "is that you can take on other identities, but in the end you gotta own up to who you really are."
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Somewhere, Jeff Zucker and Jeff Gaspin -- hell, a whole lot of NBC alumni, not all of them named Jeff -- should be laughing, or at least smiling.
A lightweight, warp-speed, brightly colored trifle that should delight small children and sporadically amuse their parents, "Escape from Planet Earth" is the sort of second-tier animated…
Escape Artists has promoted 12-year veteran David Bloomfield to partner, where he will focus on developing relationships with independent producers and financiers to expand EA's production slate.
Shot without permits at Disney World, "Escape From Tomorrow" is a sneakily subversive exercise in low-budget surrealism and anti-corporate satire.
TNT's relaunch into reality got off to a somewhat shaky start Sunday night when "The Great Escape" opened to 1.6 million viewers.
The absurdly bombastic score does most of the heavy lifting; otherwise, this is a harmless exercise in false advertising, since the show at best qualifies as a mediocre escape.
Braunstein Films has set a feature adaptation of Blaine Harden's nonfiction bestseller "Escape From Camp 14: One Man's Remarkable Odyssey From North Korea to Freedom in the West."