Cable VOD Time Warner, Comcast, COX, Bright House, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and YouTube for Pay to distribute indie film “30 Days with My Brother” in the US, Canada, Latin America and Asia on July 5th
iTunes Pre-order begins June 6th
Hollywood, CA – Moras Productions and M&F Entertainment have announced July 5th as the official release date for their indie film, 30 Days With My Brother. This announcement comes after the end of its limited theatrical release through AMC Theaters and AMC Independent™. The touching, emotional drama will be available on VOD through iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and YouTube for pay, as well as cable VOD through Time Warner, Comcast, COX and Bright House.
During its short run at AMC Theaters this promising and encouraging story of two brothers had great reviews by both critics and the general public. Now the movie will be available to the public through VOD allowing its reach to expand to a broader audience. The public will have the chance to experience this little gem of a movie. 30 Days with My Brother will finally be available for viewers in the United States, Asia, Canada and Latin America on July 5th, 2016, but it can be pre ordered on iTunes as of June 6th, 2016.
This is the first distributed feature film for many involved in this project. 30 Days with My Brother is directed by Michael May and also features the powerful and moving performance of its stars Adrian Nuñez and Omar Mora. Mora also wrote and produced the film and is the first Puerto Rican born and raised on the island to produce a film resulting in national distribution in the United States through AMC Independent™. This feat is not to be taken lightly, as he has been working hard towards this goal since he began his writing career in 2012 with the intention of documenting his stories and producing them into feature films.
Mora is a member of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP). It was through a workshop led by AMC Theatres’ Nikkole Denson-Randolph at the 2015 NALIP Media Summit that Mora learned about AMC Independent™. This workshop provided Mora with the knowledge and tools necessary to successfully distribute his film.
“I’m very excited that our movie will be out on cable and online VOD,” said Mora. He added, “Our theatrical release was very short and limited to a few cities. Now we will be able to share our movie domestically with the whole nation in the United States, and internationally in Asia, Canada and Latin America. 30 Days with My Brother is a movie for everyone. The message of the movie is universal and I know it will connect with audiences and touch people’s heart. I’m very proud of our indie film.”
A heart-warming drama, 30 Days with My Brother is the story of two brothers who are forced to confront their past, themselves, all while trying to restore their relationship as brothers. Starring Mora and Nuñez, 30 Days look at the lives of two brothers from Puerto Rico who are separated by tragedy at a young age. After 17 years the brothers reunite, one a doctor, the other a dark and embittered young man holding on to his rage caused by his upbringing.
30 Days With My Brother also features the wonderful talent of Stefy Garcia, Evelyn Michelle, Amy Schloerb and Enrique Fosse. The film was written by Omar Mora and produced by Moras Productions and M&F Entertainment.
For more information, go to: http://30dayswithmybrother.com/
To Pre-order on iTunes, go to: http://www.itunes.apple.com/us/movie/30-days-with-my-brother/id1117722351
Official Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JQA1mrFnA4
This is one of the official posters of Moras Productions first feature film, 30 Days with My Brother, and its expected release is late 2015-early 2016.
For updates follow the movie on Facebook at Facebook.com/30DayswithMyBrother
Written and Produced by Abimael Acosta, Directed and Edited by Alejandro Villalba, Associated Producers Jorge De Los Rios and Michael May, Executive Producer and Hosted by Omar Mora.
Los Angeles, CA; November 9, 2014 – Moras Productions, Inc. Digital Division in collaboration with independent Puerto Rican Producers Abimael Acosta, Jorge De Los Rios and Michael May and Director Alejandro Villalba announced that “Indie Scene” will premiere his first episodes on the Indie Scene YouTube channel Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014. The guest for the first episode in Spanish will be actress Kate Del Castillo and the guest for the English version will be actor Demetrius Grosse. The show will feature 13 episodes in English and 13 episodes in Spanish for a total of 26 different episodes. New episodes will roll out weekly on Tuesday for 13 weeks.
“Indie Scene” is a TV talk show program. The program is a Q & A style show with Host Omar Mora, interviewing some of the most successful independent filmmakers and their entertainers. The interview guests are directors, writers, producers, actors, casting directors, entertainers, amongst other artists. The interviews are held in a conversational and a casual style format, providing unique and personal anecdotes.
The independent entertainers are from all over the world of different races and background, including Latinos, African-American, Caucasian, and Asians. The interviews cover their career paths, the work they have achieved and their continued career growth. The goal of the program is to create awareness of the great independent filmmakers to give them platform and voice to spread their positive messages and accolades within the filmmaking industry.
“I am so excited to share this show around the world through the digital platform of You Tube. There are so many great independent filmmakers out there doing great projects that will inspire many people to follow their dreams. You will see all the struggle they had in order for them to achieve their passion in life, and I hope everyone that sees the show get inspire and follow their own dreams”, Mora said.
The show was possible thank you to the contribution of Director and Editor Alejandro Villalba that at age 23, he wrote, co-directed and edited his first short film “Dios Solo Mira.” It was selected in both national and international film festivals, including in Cannes, San Francisco and Latin America. Producer Abimael Acosta has more than thirty credits as a writer, director and actor in multiple TV shows in Puerto Rico and Los Angeles. Acosta at this moment is working on his novel “Wizards”. “Wizards” is the first part of the saga of gypsy sorcerers. You can find his novel on Amazon.com. Producer Jorge De Los Rios is an actor that worked in projects for Nickelodeon and Telemundo. De Los Rios at this moment is located in Los Angeles, CA following his dream as an actor and producer. Producer Michael May is an award winning actor for his work on stage and screen, most recently for the film “First Night” where he was nominated at ITVFest as best actor for his performance. As a filmmaker, Michael is directing the upcoming feature “30 Days with My Brother”, and has directed numerous documentaries, commercials, and web series.
Host and Executive Producer Omar Mora is the founder of Moras Productions, Inc. Moras Productions premiered their first project, a short film titled “A Busy Mind,” on PBS in Southern California back in May 2014. At this moment Mora is in post-production on his first feature film “30 Days with My Brother”. Mora also wrote “Ancient Explorers: The Lost City of Peru”, an adventure novel now available on Amazon.com.
About Moras Productions, Inc.
Moras Productions is an independent production company incorporated in Los Angeles, CA by the end of 2013. Moras Productions is currently in-development on four additional films. It’s in post-production on their first feature film “30 Days with My Brother” with expected release day on 2015. Their slate of projects range in genre, from family films to dramas to thrillers, horrors and sci-fi films. For more information visit their website at MorasProductions.com.
Actress Amy Schloerb booked a supporting role in the upcoming feature film “30 Days with My Brother”.
Born in Massachusetts, Amy Schloerb attended Hamilton College, where she double majored in Theatre and Sociology. After double majoring, Schloerb moved to Los Angeles and continued her training with prominent industry professionals including Myra Turley, G. Charles Wright, and the many talented improvisers of iO West. In 2011 she created SchloerBITS, an animated stand-up comedy web series.
Schloerb was most recently seen on the CBS hit show “Criminal Minds”. She played a very emotional and dramatic character in a two-episode story arc this past season. Her past film and television credits include: 1600 Penn, Superbad, Like Mother, Like Death.
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For more information about “30 Days with My Brother” visit MorasProductions.com or the official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/30dayswithmybrother