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Exclusive clip from crime drama Stealing Cars

To celebrate the release of Stealing Cars, which is out now in the UK, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the crime drama courtesy of Lionsgate; check it out here…

From Executive Producer Mark Wahlberg comes the gritty story of a rebellious teenager (Emory Cohen; A Place Beyond the Pines, Brooklyn) whose life spins out of control when he gets caught up with police for stealing cars and lands in a ruthless young offender’s prison. As he fights against the corrupt institution of the juvenile prison system, he inspires his fellow inmates to make a stand and take back their lives.

Stealing Cars is out now and stars Emory Cohen, John Leguizamo, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman and Mike Epps.
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UK trailer for crime drama Stealing Cars

Ahead of its home entertainment release next month, a new trailer has arrived online for the upcoming crime drama Stealing Cars, which stars Emory Cohen, John Leguizamo, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman and Mike Epps. Check it out below after the official synopsis…

From Executive Producer Mark Wahlberg comes the gritty story of a rebellious teenager (Emory Cohen; A Place Beyond the Pines, Brooklyn) whose life spins out of control when he gets caught up with police for stealing cars and lands in a ruthless young offender’s prison. As he fights against the corrupt institution of the juvenile prison system, he inspires his fellow inmates to make a stand and take back their lives.

Directed by Bradley J. Kaplan, Stealing Cars is set for release on June 20th.
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New to Streaming: ‘The Invitation,’ ‘Joy,’ ‘Summer Interlude,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Christmas, Again (Charles Poekel)

Christmas time is a lonely time for many; a “time of giving” that reminds more than a few of us what we’ve lost. This is the feeling Christmas, Again wades in, as produced, written and directed by Charles Poekel. We follow Noel (Kentucker Audley), who’s selling Christmas trees on a Manhattan curb for the fifth winter in a row. He
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Trailer for crime drama Stealing Cars

Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for the upcoming crime drama Stealing Cars, which stars Emory Cohen, John Leguizamo, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman and Mike Epps. Check it out below after the official synopsis…

Billy Wyatt (Emory Cohen) is a young man with tremendous promise, but a troubled past leads him to the Burnsville Camp for Boys. Billy must navigate his way through dangerous inmates and a cruel and punishing staff, but during it all, he learns to inspire others and find out the truth about himself in the process.

Directed by Bradley J. Kaplan, Stealing cars is set for release on April 5th and features a cast that also includes Heather Lind, Al Calderon and Paul Sparks.
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2015 L.A. Film Fest Announces Winners

The winners for the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival have been announced. “Our mission includes connecting filmmakers with the industry so we are grateful to our jurists for lending their time and expertise,” said festival director Stephanie Allain in a statement. “Congratulations to all the winners!” The new awards category of the year was the Zeitgeist Award, which went to Bradley Kaplan’s world premiere “Stealing Cars,” starring big-time players John Leguizamo, husband-and-wife Oscar nominees William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman, Mike Epps, and others. Best Us Fiction award went to “Out of My Hand,” a drama about a rubber plantation worker in Liberia who decides to pursue the American Dream as a taxi driver in New York City. The film, directed by newcomer Takeshi Fukunaga, made is North American premiere at the fest. Swedish film “Flocken,” about a girl who gets raped yet no one believes her, took the World
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Cannes: Fabrication Films caught 'Stealing Cars'

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Cannes: Fabrication Films caught 'Stealing Cars'
Prison drama is from the producer of Dallas Buyers Club and exec producer Mark Wahlberg.

La-based sales company Fabrication Films has acquired foreign distribution rights to Stealing Cars and will be selling the prison drama at the Cannes Marche.

The film is from the producer of Dallas Buyers Club and executive producers Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson.

Directed by Bradley Jay Kaplan and written by Will Aldis and Steve Mackall the film stars Emory Cohen, John Leguizamo, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman, Heather Lind, Mike Epps and Paul Sparks.

The story centres on a troubled teen (Cohen) whose criminal activities, including stealing cars, lands him in a ruthless prison for youth offenders. Consumed by a death wish, the youngster inspires his fellow inmates and rallies them to bring down the corrupt institution and it’s manipulative warden (Leguizamo).

Miriam Elchanan, Svp negotiated the deal on behalf of Fabrication with Tristen Tuckfield and Laura Lewis at CAA and Producers
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Laff adds two sections

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Laff adds two sections
The world premiere of cult web series creators 5-Second Films’ first feature Dude Bro Party Massacre III will screen at the upcoming festival as top brass introduced the Zeitgeist and Nightfall sections.

The festival, set to run from June 10-18, announced programming in both strands as well as the second edition of La Muse strand.

Associate director of programming and curated content Roya Rastegar said Zeitgeist comprised films that speak to pivotal junctures in the lives of young people.

Zeitgeist programme encompasses six world premieres of Us films: Band Of Robbers by Aaron Nee and Adam Nee; A Girl Like Grace by Ty Hodges; In The Treetops by Matthew Brown; Manifest Destiny by Michael Dwyer and Kaitlin McLaughlin; Stealing Cars by Bradley Kaplan; and What Lola Wants by Rupert Glasson.

Describing Nightfall, senior programmer Jennifer Cochis said the films were designed to make audiences squirm.

Films premiering for the first time in the Us are nominated for the
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New Trailer Released For ‘Cake’ Starring Jennifer Aniston And Sam Worthington

Jennifer Aniston undergoes a dreary make-under and acerbic turn in her latest role as a chronic pain sufferer in Daniel Barnz’s (Won’T Back Down, Beastly) dark dramedy Cake.

Increasingly fascinated by the recent suicide of fellow chronic-pain group member Nina (Anna Kendrick), Claire Simmons (Jennifer Aniston) initiates an unorthodox relationship with Nina’s husband Roy (Sam Worthington) in her pursuit for answers surrounding Nina’s death.

The film is bolstered by a strong supporting cast including Academy nominees William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman (Stealing Cars), and Adriana Barraza (Babel).

Watch Claire as she fights her own demons and fantastical hallucinations of Nina below:

Cake is set for limited release in early 2015.
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