Category: Image Entertainment
Taglines: Music can heal a broken heart.
Ethan Bortnick plays Nathan, a young boy who becomes separated from his mother, Army Lieutenant Margaret Peters (Lacey Chabert), when she goes missing during a tsunami rescue mission in Japan. Back home in Detroit, Child Care Services threatens to take Nathan away when it was revealed that his dad George (Jonathan Bennett) isn’t his biological father. Nathan runs away, discovering his musical gift, a sense of belonging and his purpose along the way.
A family shattered… a children’s home in jeopardy…a wounded heart…and kids on a mission to make a difference. These powerful elements spark gripping drama, suspense, comedy, love and beautiful music. This spectacular film stars piano prodigy, Ethan Bortnick with Jonathan Bennett, Lacey Chabert, Kym Whitley, Fatima Ptacek, and David Haines. This is a wholesome, feel-good movie that will entertain the entire family with a message about sharing love and good will for all people. This film features lush cinematography, original songs and a suspenseful story that will make viewers laugh, cry and believe that Anything Is Possible.
Anything Is Possible
Directed by: Demetrius Navarro
Starring: Ethan Bortnick, Jonathan Bennett, Lacey Chabert, Fatima Ptacek, David Haines
Screenplay by: Carlos R. Bermúdez, Demetrius Navarro
Cinematography by: Keith L. Smith
Film Editing by: Andrew Brzozowski, Jon Vasquez
Music by: Ethan Bortnick, Kevin Dorsey, Bruce Lowe, Guy Thomas
MPAA Rating: None.
Studio: Image Entertainment
Release Date: September 27, 2013
Taglines: Murder is an art.
A team of detectives attempt to piece together what happened at the scene of a brutal massacre using a number of recording devices found at the crime scene. The footage reveals a group of bus passengers who were forced to fight for their lives after they crash in the middle of the desert and a mysterious killer violently murders them one by one.
The film begins by showing the aftermath of the massacre in Kidwell, Nevada. Police are first seen going over the crime scene showing the aftermath of everything that had happened; The story then moves to a press conference with reporters asking questions about the massacre to the lead Detective Burquez who states that the police are looking into the matter. After the conference a disheveled Detective Reese asks to be put on the case to which Detective Burquez relents. They move to a situation room with a TV and multiple computers going over information from the case, here we learn there were four video cameras found at the crime scene and two survivors, They load up the first video camera and begin to watch.
We see a woman practicing lines for a play, then the video jumps to a man playing guitar and a surprise party for the woman celebrating getting a part in a play. This is Leann and her friend Rachel behind the camera. The video shows Leann and her boyfriend Tyler at Leann’s play where he proposes, she declines and he walks off stage angry. The video shows the girls making a video to Tyler to apologize for the propsal and to continue with a trip that was previously planned. The three are shown getting on to shuttle bus heading to Las Vegas driven by Ben, along the way we see people being picked up and we meet Vicki, a dancer and Steven, a 16 year old runaway.
While watching the video the detectives notice another person on the bus, a woman. When zooming in they notice she is carrying a military duffle bag full of money. Focusing in on the name on the bag the get the name Fleishman.
While on route to Las Vegas some of the passangers notice they’re not on any main roads but dirt roads. Rachel asks where they are going when the bus hits something and the bus flips. Outside they realize that what they hit was barbed wire. Ben mentions he saw a truck repair shop a few miles back and the group begins to walk back to the repair shop. They arrive at the shop where Ben looks around for a phone to call for help and is able to locate a damaged service phone he then heads back to the group.
Ben asks Rachel if her camera has a light, since the sun will be going down, and Vicki opens a gift box with a small hand held camera also with a light, Ben tells the women to gather everyone together. As Rachel goes looking for Leann in one of the buildings the lights flicker on and Steven stumbles out of a room covered in blood, chasing after him the others find Steven and Rachel. Leann believes she see someone and they all run in to one of the buildings.
The video pauses and we watch as the detectives contemplate Steven as the first victim. We also find out about the mystery woman on the bus, Katrina Fleishman. Katrina is the wife of a military man hospitalized with post traumatic stress disorder that withdrew her husbands savings worth $90,000 in cash and left town.
The detectives begin looking at camera number two from Ben’s perspective. He locates a fuse box and is able to get the electricity turned on, the camera then stops and changes. We see the camera adjust to another person in the group. A woman walking towards a bundle of debris looking for a flare gun, she is not able to reach it before being grabbed from behind, her face is smashed into the debris while she begins to scream and fight. The camera drops as we watch the woman have her arm burned off by a welding torch and set on fire.
Detective Reese sees a figures reflection in a pane of glass from the debris when the woman is grabbed, they use a computer to focus in on the reflection and a welding mask can be seen. Detective Burquez automatically makes a connection to Katrina Fleishman’s husband, a machinist for the military and immediately wants his picture out to the public. Detective Reese continues to watch the remaining video.
Directed by: Olatunde Osunsanmi
Starring: Stephen Moyer, Radha Mitchell, Torrey DeVitto, Nolan Gerard Funk, Dale Dickey, Svetlana Metkina. Alisha Seaton
Screenplay by: John Swetnam
Production Design by: Freddy Waff
Cinematography by: Lukas Ettlin
Film Editing by: Paul Covington
Costume Design by: Alexis Scott
Set Decoration by: Georgia Schwab
Music by: Atli Örvarsson
Studio: Image Entertainment
Release Date: July 19, 2013
Taglines: The code has never been compromised. Until now.
After his latest mission goes disastrously wrong, veteran CIA black ops agent Emerson Kent is given one last chance to prove he still has what it takes to do his job. His new assignment: guarding Katherine, a code operator at a top-secret remote CIA Numbers Station where encrypted messages are sent and received. When an elite team of heavily armed assailants lays siege to the station, Emerson and Katherine suddenly find themselves in a life-or-death struggle against an unknown enemy. With the station compromised and innocent lives at stake, they must stop the deadly plot before it’s too late.
The Numbers Station is a British-American action thriller film, starring John Cusack and Malin Åkerman, about a burned-out CIA black ops agent assigned to protect the code operator at a secret American numbers station somewhere in the British countryside.
The film was directed by Danish director Kasper Barfoed, and the camera work was by Icelandic cinematographer Óttar Guðnason. It was produced by brothers Sean and Bryan Furst of American Furst Films and Nigel Thomas at British production and film finance company Matador Pictures.
About the Story
A CIA operative, Emerson Kent, is sent to kill a man who owns a bar. Before being killed by Kent, he reveals he is a former agent who wanted to retire. A witness flees the scene, accidentally leaving his wallet behind. Kent finds the wallet and tracks the witness to his home, where he kills him. Kent spares the life of man’s daughter, who follows him outside, hysterical. As Kent tries to convince his boss, Michael Grey, not to kill her, Grey strikes Kent on the back and he falls to the ground.
Kent and the woman share a last look at each other as Grey kills her. Kent is transferred to Suffolk, England to watch over a numbers station. While there, he befriends Katherine and is haunted by memories of the woman who was killed. When the numbers station comes under attack, Kent and Katherine barricade themselves inside. One assassin is already inside the secure station and, after a lengthy shootout, is killed by Kent.
Kent requests assistance, and the operator tells him help will arrive in four hours; since the code has been compromised, he must kill Katherine. Kent notices that Katherine has a serious leg wound and dresses her wound. Kent receives an update from the operator, and, when he reports that he has not killed Katherine yet, the operator orders him to do so immediately.
Kent contemplates her death but ultimately decides to recruit her help in tracing fifteen unauthorized messages sent from the station. On the computer, Kent and Katherine discover dossiers of fifteen different government officials, including Grey. The unauthorized codes are instructions to assassinate the officials, and Katherine is to be eliminated so she can’t cancel the broadcasts. Kent says that the assassinations would leave the intelligence world crippled and the world unrecognizable.
Kent tricks the telephone operator by giving him a false confirmation code; the operator offers Kent a deal, and Kent pretends to have killed Katherine. Kent escapes to his car, where he recovers a cell phone, and then races back to protect Katherine, who has cracked the code and is broadcasting orders to cancel to previous instructions. Katherine leaves her station when she sees the assassin, but he manages to wound her before Kent kills him.
Katherine insists that Kent complete the final cancellation order, and he leaves her side briefly. When he returns, he administers an anesthetic, and she asks him if she will wake. Kent reassures her that he will not kill her, but he reports her as dead to Grey. Kent spreads C4 explosives throughout the base and drops Kathetine’s jewelry on the floor. After he carries Katherine outside, the base explodes, destroying all evidence.
The Numbers Station
Directed by: Kasper Barfoed
Starring: Malin Akerman, John Cusack Hannah Murray Liam Cunningham, Lucy Griffiths, Hannah Murray
Screenplay by: F. Scott Frazier
Production Design by: Ged Clarke
Cinematography by: Óttar Guðnason
Film Editing by: Chris Gill, Per Sandholt
Costume Design by: Sian Jenkins
Set Decoration by: Liz Griffiths
Music by: Paul Leonard-Morgan
MPAA Rating: R for violence and language.
Studio: Image Entertainment
Release Date: April 26, 2013