On Sunday the 26th of November, Red Rock Film Entertainment held a private screening of The Stolen at the Luxurious Court House Hotel in Mayfair London. Guests, investors and potential investors were invited to sit back relax and watch the private screening of The Stolen film. To add to the occasion actress Gillian Macgregor and Producer and actress Emily were in attendance.
Emily Corcoran, begun the evening with a talk about the film, which has been 8 years in the making after the two devastating earthquakes in Christchurch New Zealand, stopped production. In the build up to this moment Emily has been travelling all over the world, getting experts to complete the ADR, sound mix, final music composition and final visual fx on the film, as well as creating all the deliverables.
Earlier in November the Stolen screened at the American Film Market, which is one of the largest annual motion picture trade event where 8,000 film industry leaders from 80 countries come for 8 days of deal-making, conferences & more.
Following on from the success of the screening in London it will be privately screened to some major distributors in the UK and then to 4Square Films who will plan a screening at the Berlinale Film Festival in February 2017.
Emily Corcoran said, ‘The Red Rock Entertainment screening was a huge success, it is always nerve wracking to show a film to its investors but fortunately the response was very positive’.
Attendees were delighted with the screening, which gave an opportunity to meet and mingle with other investors as well as actress from the movie Gillian Macgregor. Gillian Macgregor tweeted her delight about attending the screening of her movie.
Don’t miss an Opportunity to Invest, Scott an attendee of The Stolen, wrote to Red Rock Film Entertainment with the following,
“I was rather impressed by it …I thought the cinematography and the colours were brilliant. I thought the acting was good. The story was good. Alice Eve performance as the lead was amazing. I wish I invested in it – but it is hard to predict what will be good and what won’t”