PORTLAND, Oregon (September 19, 2012) – “The Weather Outside”, produced by Polluted Pictures in association with Wooden Frame Productions, will have its World Premiere as part of The Eugene International Film Festival at 7 PM on October 19th, 2012 at the Regal Valley River Center Stadium 15 & IMAX in Eugene, Oregon.
“The Weather Outside” was the second of three feature films shot in 2011 from Wooden Frame Productions that utilized the Oregon state iOPIF rebate program which provides rebates of 20% of goods and services and 10% of Oregon labor for films produced by Oregon filmmakers who spend a minimum of $75,000 but not more than $750,000 on their project. Continue reading... “World Premiere of “The Weather Outside””
PORTLAND, Oregon (August 22, 2012) The feature film “Cell Count” premiered on May 20th at the Fantaspoa Fantastic Film Festival in Brazil and plays at the Macabro Film Festival, Montreal HorrorFest, Sitges Film Festival, and Celluloid Screams festival later this year. Today marks the 6th film festival acceptance from the 13th Annual Buenos Aires Rojo Sangre Film Festival in Argentina. The BARS is supported by the National Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts, sponsored by the Film Museum of the City of Buenos Aires and declared of cultural interest by the Legislature of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Continue reading... “Cell Count News”
Feature film Cell Count has UK Premiere at Celluloid Screams and Canadian Premiere at the Montreal HorrorFest as a part of the Montreal Comic Con.
PORTLAND, Oregon (August 8, 2012) The feature film “Cell Count” premiered on May 20th at the Fantaspoa Fantastic Film Festival and is now an Official Selection of this year’s Celluloid Screams Film Festival in the UK as well as the Montreal HorrorFest in Canada.
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. Continue reading... “Cell Count Portland Premiere”
Sci-Fi Thriller to be released on digital platforms November, 2012
(New York, NY – July 27, 2012) FilmBuff has come onboard to digitally distribute the sci-fi horror film festival favorite, Cell Count from filmmaker Todd E. Freeman (Two Fisted and Pray for Hell), starring Robert McKeehen (“Leverage”), Haley Talbot (“Grimm”), Ted Rooney (“Boardwalk Empire”) and Daniel Baldwin (Grey Gardens).
PORTLAND, Oregon (July 9, 2012) The feature film “Cell Count” premiered on May 20th at the Fantaspoa Fantastic Film Festival and is an Official Selection of this year’s Macabro Film Festival in Mexico City this August. This week offered the Producer’s of the film an exciting third acceptance to a film festival so far this year, the Sitges Film Festival in Spain.
PORTLAND, Oregon (June 4, 2012) Just two weeks ago Cell Count was Closing Night Film at the Fantaspoa Fantastic Film Festival in Brazil and the World Premiere was a huge success. The scheduled showing was over capacity and a second theater had to be added to accommodate all of the genre loving fans that came out to see the film. Now it is Polluted Pictures and Wooden Frame Production’s profound pleasure to present the new trailer as well as announce their second film festival acceptance. Continue reading... “New trailer and festival announcement for Cell Count.”
Portland, OR – May 29, 2012 – Sold out screenings on May 20th made Cell Count the most attended film at the Fantaspoa Fantastic Film Festival in Porto Alegre Brazil.
Writer / Director Todd E. Freeman was at the festival for 10 days and said, “this experience changed my outlook on the worldwide filmmaking community as well as the excitement about Cell Count in International markets.” He went on to say, “Porto Alegre and the Fantaspoa Film Festival welcomed me and our movie with open and excited arms. Continue reading... “World Premiere of Cell Count at Fantaspoa in Brazil.”