Oregon made Sci-Fi Thriller Cell Count to be released in Portland on November 2nd.
(Portland, OR – July 31, 2012) Living Room Theaters will be showing the sci-fi horror film festival favorite, Cell Count from Portland filmmaker Todd E. Freeman.
The film, which had its world premiere at the 2012 Fantaspoa Film Festival in Brazil, is the story of Russell Carpenter, a man who reluctantly admits his wife Sadie into an experimental treatment facility for her life-threatening disease. While locked in this prison-like surrounding, they along with 6 others are unknowingly subjected to a cure that might just be worse than the disease itself.
“We are very excited to be bringing Cell Count home for its hometown debut,” said Writer/Director Todd E. Freeman. “We will be having our premiere on November 1st in three rooms at Living Room Theaters and then a week long run beginning the very next day on the 2nd. We are donating our portion of the proceeds to the The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund (http://www.findacure.org/).” Freeman continued by saying, “The idea for this movie came from the very real experience of dealing with my mother’s cancer scare 7 years ago. We are excited about helping provide the funding necessary to allow researchers to learn more about this disease as well as working on a real cure to such a devastating disease.”
Cell Count is co-produced by Polluted Pictures (The Weather Outside) and Wooden Frame Productions (Wake Before I Die). It will next screen at the Macabro Film Festival in August as well as the Sitges Film Festival and Celluloid Screams in October. FilmBuff will release the film across digital platforms in November.
Read advance reviews at www.cellcount-themovie.com