June 10, 2013
|Speak No Evil The Movie|
Tempe,AZ (RPRN) 06/10/13 — The independent horror film, Speak No Evil starring Gabrielle Stone and directed by Arizona filmmaker, Roze has gained the prime time spot at the Jerome Film Festival showing Saturday night at 8:00pm at Starlit Mine Theater.
Gabrielle Stone plays Anna, young mother whose daughter has gone missing under suspicious circumstances. In her search for the daughter and subsequently, all the children in a small town, the movie takes a turn into a suspenseful, drama-filled horror. The film also stars Mario Guzman, Carl Jensen IV, Sylvie Cohen and 14-year-old Olivia Cavender as the daughter.
The film, which was shot in Arizona, last October opened on May 24th in Tempe, Arizona and in Los Angeles, California May 30. “This is our first film festival.” said Roze . ”We are thrilled to offer Speak No Evil to audiences in our home state. This is just the start of a summer long tour for the movie, meeting fans, participating in panels and screenings. I am so glad we chose to come here first. The Jerome fans really enjoy the horror genre we can’t wait to see how they react to this film! I think they will really dig it.”
Roze, who is an adjunct professor at the acclaimed Scottsdale Community College Film School, will hold panel discussions during the Jerome Film Festival weekend and talk to fans and aspiring filmmakers about his process writing, directing, producing and distributing Speak No Evil.
To view the trailer for Speak No Evil starring Gabrielle Stone visit http://www.mindplate.tv
For more information and a schedule please visit http://jeromefilmfestival.com/
Kelly Sallaway is an Arizona-based Writer and Producer.
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