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‘House of Dust’ cleans up with 9 thesps

Levi, Roden topline indie thriller

Exclusive: Inbar Levi (“Underemployed”), Holland Roden (“Teen Wolf”), Steven Grayhm and Eddie Hassell are toplining indie thriller “House of Dust,” produced by Slater Brothers Entertainment and Goodnight Films in conjunction with Budderfly Entertainment.

Todd Slater of Slater Brothers and A.D. Calvo of Goodnight Films are producing with shooting starting Monday in at The University of Connecticut and other locations around the state.

Grahyam starred in “The First Ride of Wyatt Earp” and Hassell in “The Kids Are All Right.” Other cast include Stephen Spinella (“Angels In America”), Nicole Travolta (“The Middle”), Joy Lauren (“Desperate Housewives”), John Lee Ames (“Days Of Darkness”) and Alesandra Assante (“Looking For An Echo”).

“House of Dust” will be directed by Calvo, who worked with Slater and Budderfly Entertainment on “The Other Side of the Tracks.” Slater Brothers and Goodnight Films have partnered with Budderfly Entertainment to finance and produce a slate of thriller genre films and plan to move into their next film in early 2012.

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Slater has held exec posts at Anschutz Film Co., where he worked on “Ray” and “Sahara,” along with Huntsman Entertainment and Paramount.

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