In the Press 2017-10-04T18:09:28+00:00

IN THE PRESS

MOVIEGUIDE® PRIZE-WINNING SCREENPLAY STARS CARY ELWES OF PRINCESS BRIDE

SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 – Production has wrapped in Los Angeles for the movie BURNING AT BOTH ENDS, a World War II drama starring Cary Elwes (star of PRINCESS BRIDE), Judd Hirsch (TV’s TAXI and SUPERIOR DONUTS), Sebastian Roche (THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE), and Greer Grammar (Kelsey Grammar’s daughter), developed from a prize-winning script at Movieguide®’s Annual Faith & Values Awards.

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SEBASTIAN ROCHÉ JOINS ‘BURNING AT BOTH ENDS

MAY 1, 2017 – The Vampire Diaries and The Originals actor Sebastian Roché has signed on for the Matthew Hill-Landon Johnson WWII pic Burning at Both Ends, joining Cary Elwes and Judd Hirsch. It’s about a small group of dissident survivors who get caught behind enemy lines and must use a radio to broadcast a message of hope to fellow survivors. Roché will play Klaus Jager, a Nazi hauptmann who heads a group of Gestapo in a French city. Jonah Hirsch and Tyler W. Konney are producing.

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GILLES MARINI ENLISTS IN WWII PIC ‘BURNING AT BOTH ENDS

APRIL 24, 2017 – Gilles Marini is set to join Matthew Hill and Landon Johnson’s WWII drama Burning At Both Ends. The pic, which stars Cary Elwes and Judd Hirsch, follows a small group of dissident survivors who, caught behind enemy lines, must use a radio to broadcast a message of hope to fellow survivors. Marini will play Vichy, a french policeman, who is assigned to work as a local liaison for the Gestapo. Jonah Hirsch and Tyler W. Konney are producing.

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CARY ELWES TO STAR IN WORLD WAR II DRAMA ‘BURNING AT BOTH ENDS’ (EXCLUSIVE)

MARCH 31, 2017 – Slingshot Ltd., a newly-created Los Angeles-based production company, is producing “Burning at Both Ends” as its inaugural project. Greer Grammer, Judd Hirsch, and Rob Gough also star in the film, which begins shooting later this spring.

The movie follows a group of resistance radio broadcasters in Nazi-occupied France as they evade capture alongside a Jewish family. Matthew Hill and Landon Johnson are directing from their own script, which won the inaugural $50,000 Chronos Prize in 2014.

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