Joshua Coates, director and producer of Hollywould, a sci-fi/mystery thriller that was filmed in Delaware County, is inviting local residents to be among the first to see the movie at its red-carpet premiere at a film festival in Ridgewood, N.J., writes by Peg DeGrassa for the Daily Times.
Scenes for the film starring Eric Roberts, Torrei Hart, and Pete Postiglione were shot in Bryn Mawr, Clifton Heights, Newtown Township, and Primos last June.
The movie is slated to hit theaters sometime this June, but locals have the chance to see it first at the Ridgewood festival on April 25 at 6 PM. The premiere will include a red-carpet event, screening of the movie, and an after-party. Tickets for the event can be purchased here.
The movie centers on award-winning writer Mark Travis, who returns to his hometown looking for inspiration. What he finds is unexpected, and he finds himself “on a ride that he cannot escape.”
“I want the local residents to get tickets, glam up, and attend the black-tie event,” said Coates. “It will be a night to remember, and I hope local residents will join us in the celebration!”
Read more about Hollywould in the Daily Times by clicking here.