Reel Suspects, Join XYZ Sci-Fi Thriller Force ‘Come True’ – Variety2 min read
Real suspects Anthony Scott Burns’ sci-fi thriller “Come True” has gained international sales rights, which is expected to have its world premiere this fall. XYZ manages U.S. rights to the film, and Raven Banner owns distribution rights in Canada.
Written and directed by Burns, “Come True” stars Julia Sara Stone (“Kill”) and Landon Libiron (“True or”).
Courage “). The rock star as Sarah, a rebellious teenager who struggles with dark dreams and finds refuge in a university sleep study, finds that hoping it will eventually help him get rid of his nightmares has unknowingly become a channel of horrible new discoveries.
Vincenzo Natalie, executive producer of Steven Hoban, Mark Smith and Brent Cowchack, produced a copperheart entertainment production, “Come True”, including Andrea Hatzinikolaus, Chris Wallace, Bob Crowe and Karen Nolan.
Natalie and Hoban say, “Some of the nightmares are best shared and it is this attitude that has made us thrilled to accept XIZ and Real Suspects as ‘Come True’.”
“Given their history with fancy genre films we believe they are the right partner to release
This is a cool and mind-blowing journey in the combination of technology and human consciousness of the unique filmmaker Anthony Scott Burns, ”the pair said.
XYZ described Burns as a “true visionary” and said the film was “specially made to give him (him) complete creative control and freedom so that we can see that pure, free vision here.”
Matthew Lovadina, founder of Real Suspects, said that “Let’s Truth” could be described as an “advanced genre” because it was a “good script, great production quality, mixed with genre cinematographic language and a talented director.”
Lovadina said the film would probably appeal to buyers who were directed by “Vanishing Waves” and “Love Eternal”, two other director-directed genre films that were sold before Reel Suspects.
“I’m sure our buyers will like the film and when it resumes the festival circuit, programmers will be fascinated by Anthony’s unique style and ability to tell stories,” Lovadina said.
Telefilm Canada supported “Come True” by the Alberta Government of the Alberta Media Fund