Clay Epstein’s Film Mode Entertainment has just announced the February North American release of Broken Ghost, written by Abe Pogos and Catherine Hill (Sugar Mountain).
Directed by Richard Gray (The Lookalike, Sugar Mountain, Robert the Bruce) the film stars Scottie Thompson (“The Black List”) the female-driven film also stars Nick Farnell (The Mule), Devon Bagby (“Ray Donavan”), Joy Brunson (“Shameless”), George Griffith (“Twin Peaks”), and up and coming actress Autry Haydon-Wilson.
Desperate for a new life, Imogen (Haydon-Wilson) and her family move to Montana in an attempt to escape a secretive past from the big city. Eager to make a new life for herself, Imogen must overcome new tormentors, old secrets, and a strange presence in the attic. In one girl’s fight to rise up, this family eventually discovers that the ghosts of their pasts are not the only ones they have to deal with.
We’re thrilled that folks are going to be able to experience our movie, we had a ball making it” said Gray. “I was so taken by the originality of the script. Imogen’s story of rising above harrowing bullying and depression really took hold of me, and to be able to tell it on such a large canvas. I love ghost stories, but the human elements, including the empowerment of the female leads in Broken Ghost are what makes the film so special to us.”
Broken Ghost will be released by Film Mode Entertainment across major digital platforms and VOD in North America on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.