First Valley Of Bones Trailer Looks Bloody, Tense And Cool
If history has taught us anything (on the silver screen, at least), it's that unearthing dinosaur bones usually leads to trouble. The Jurassic Park franchise made a mint in exploiting the dangers of resurrecting ancient creatures, and now a new thriller from director Dan Glaser is milking tension out of an archeological dig turned deadly. Check out the new trailer for Valley of Bones, whose worldwide distribution rights were recently acquired by Smith Global Media.
A Dinosaur Archeological Dig Turns Deadly in Interesting Trailer For The Thriller VALLEY OF BONES
I've got a trailer here for an upcoming new thriller called Valley of Bones, which is a film I've never heard about until today. It actually looks like an interesting movie! The story revolves around a dinosaur archeological dig that takes a deadly turn, but not in the Jurassic Park kind of way.
The movie has a modern day western vibe to it, which is what lured me in. I enjoy watching those kinds of films, like No Country For Old Men and Hell or High Water. It might not be as great as those films, but I'll still watch it.
The movie is described as a "nail-biting adventure thriller set in the oil-rich Badlands of western North Dakota." It stars Autumn Reeser (The OC) as Anna, who is a single mother and paleontologist and Steven Molony as McCoy, a meth-addicted oil worker.
‘Valley Of Bones’ Latest To Land At Smith Global Media
EXCLUSIVE: Smith Global Media has acquired worldwide rights to Valley of Bones, a Western crime thriller directed by Dan Glaser and starring Autumn Reeser, Steven Molony and Rhys Coiro. The newbie distributor run by Harry Smith plans a September theatrical release.
Set in North Dakota’s oil-rich Badlands, the pic revolves around Anna (Reeser), a paleontologist and single mother, and McCoy (Molony), a meth-addicted oil worker. They form an unlikely bond as both struggle to make amends for their criminal pasts, and their hopes lay in the form of a monumental T. rex fossil, a discovery potentially worth millions. Molony, Alexandra Billings, Bill Smitrovich and Mark Margolis co-star.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
Efficiency has been honored with two awards of excellence from the The Accolade Competition! One award for Steven Molony's performance and one award for Efficiency as a whole. More to come soon!
AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL
Efficiency has been accepted into the 21st annual Austin Film Festival in Austin, Texas! The festival takes place over October 23rd - October 30th, so if you're in the Austin area, be sure to catch the film at the Galaxy Highland 10 on the 25th at 8:00pm. If you can't make that, a second screening will play on October 27th at 6:45pm in the Texas Spirit Theater in the Bullock Texas State History Museum. Everybody on the Efficiency team is thrilled to have the film in such a prestigious festival that has championed the works of so many great artists. We will keep you posted as more news unfolds!
WORLD PREMIERE ANNOUNCED
Efficiency has been accepted into the 17th annual Dances With Films festival which will be the film's world premiere! The festival takes place from May 29th, 2014 - June 8th, 2014 and will be screening in the famous Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood, CA.
For more information on the festival, take a look at some of the coverage below:
Stay tuned for more information regarding the festival as well as Efficiency's screening date/time. Coming soon!
THE JOKER BLOGS SERIES II
Series Drama, Comic Book Adaptation
Directed by Scott McClure / Written by Andrew DeVary and Scott McClure
With over 50,000 subscribers and more than 8,000,000 views, the hit webseries returns for a second season.
Molony plays Dr. Jeremiah Arkham. Catch him in the latest episode now!
Writer/Director Janek Ambros
"Tension builds in the affluent Howard family when Vincent comes home from college to break the news to his thick-skinned father that he wants to pursue a career in music, despite being arranged to run the family company."
Molony is attached to play Vincent. Award winning Director, Janek Ambros (Son of Man, Closing Bell) of Assembly Line Entertainment is the film's writer/director. The project is in development and currently casting.
AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE
Drama based on the play of the same name by Henrik Ibsen.
Writer/Director Janek Ambros
"A town’s future hangs in the balance when a scientist discovers the profitable water supply is polluted. As he fights to expose the truth against his mayor brother, he must choose between his convictions or his family’s safety."
Adapted from Henrik Ibsen's play of the same name. Molony is attached to play Billing. Award winning Director, Janek Ambros (Son of Man, Closing Bell) of Assembly Line Entertainment is the film's writer/director. The project is in development and currently funding/casting.
STEVEN MOLONY OF "PINCHING PENNY" WINS INDIE FEST
Press release below:
Los Angeles, California, Thursday, November 17 - Steven Molony, of Clever Lever Pictures has won a prestigious Award of Merit from The Indie Fest. The award was given for Molony’s exciting performance as the lead role of Alex in Dan Glaser’s feature film “Pinching Penny” which is the story of a British hypochondriac who turns to crime after becoming addicted to consumerism. As his obsession worsens, his life falls quickly into the absurd and he continues to spend himself deeper and deeper into depravity. “Pinching Penny” was shot independently on a shoestring budget of $4,000 and features exceptional promise from Glaser as a director and from Molony as a rising actor.
“‘Pinching Penny’ is as refreshingly entertaining and funny as it is insightful.” - Jennifer Conley of Movie Pie. “Steven Molony is great in the lead role of Alex ... One good role, and he could prove to be something of a breakout star in the future.” - Josh Lyons of The Couch Potato Club. Molony comments, “I’m thrilled to receive this award. To have my name listed among so many talented artists who have received an Indie before me is truly an honor. I’m very grateful to all those who made this possible, and especially to Dan Glaser for casting me in this project three years back.” Glaser writes of working with Molony, “To have worked so closely with as fine an actor as Steven Molony on our debut film was not only an enthralling experience, but also an immense honor. He approaches his craft with such deft dedication and respect, that I have nothing but the utmost faith in his ability to bring extra life to every role. I’d trust him completely to tackle any film head-on... and bring with that attack an intensity that’s really something to behold.”
In winning an Indie, Steven Molony joins the ranks of other high-profile winners of this internationally respected award. Thomas Baker, Ph. D., Who chairs the Indie Fest, had this to say about the latest winners, “The Indie is not an easy award to win. Entries are received from around the world. The Indie helps set the standard for craft and creativity. The judges were pleased with the exceptionally high quality of entries. The goal of The Indie is to help winners achieve the recognition they deserve.”
The Indie Fest recognizes film professionals who demonstrate exceptional achievement in craft and creativity, and those who produce standout entertainment or contribute to profound social change. Entries are judged by highly qualified professionals in the film industry. Information about the Indie Fest and a list of recent winners can be found at .