Desert Wind Films made an exclusive ‘sneak peek’ premiere for the new film, Brother’s Keeper this past weekend in select cities across the country (U.S.).
In partnership with the new company Seatzy, the film released in 11 cities. According to the company, Brother’s Keeper averaged over $11,000 per screen (including Seatzy presales).
Last weekend’s “sneak peek” opening gears up for the national release of Brother’s Keeper set for Spring 2014.
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“The entire Desert Wind community is thrilled with the results of our release this past weekend,” said Steven Camp, Brother’s Keeper Executive Producer.
Brother’s Keeper is a story of revenge and forgiveness, which features a cast that includes Alex & Graham Miller, Daniel Samonas (iCarly, Wizards of Waverly Place), Michael Rooker, Noelle Coet, MacKenzie Mauzy, W. Earl Brown, Robyn Lively and country music star Travis Tritt.
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The film, a Mills/Amato/Camp Production, is Executive Produced by Steven Camp & Co-Directed by TJ Amato and Joshua Mills and follows the story of two orphaned identical twins, Peter and Andy.
Their differences set them apart as they near their high school graduation with Pete planning to marry Maggie, the love of his life and head to seminary, while Andy has no plans or direction for his life.
Brother’s Keeper is Desert Wind Films‘ premier film release. Desert Wind Films has chosen to release Brother’s Keeper through a new movie ticket reservation platform and film distribution company called Seatzy.
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