Indie film studio VM Productions will hold the North American premiere of its film, 'Notes from the New world' in LA next month

Source: VM Productions Press Release 


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 The Independent film studio VM Productions will hold the North American premiere of its film, "Notes from the New World" at the 2nd Los Angeles World International Film Festival 2016.
2nd Los Angeles World International Film Festival 2016 - See more at: http://www.vmpfilms.com/#sthash.6g2R62ra.dpuf
2nd Los Angeles World International Film Festival 2016 - See more at: http://www.vmpfilms.com/#sthash.6g2R62ra.dpuf
2nd Los Angeles World International Film Festival 2016 - See more at: http://www.vmpfilms.com/#sthash.6g2R62ra.dpuf
2nd Los Angeles World International Film Festival 2016 - See more at: http://www.vmpfilms.com/#sthash.6g2R62ra.dpuf
2nd Los Angeles World International Film Festival 2016 - See more at: http://www.vmpfilms.com/#sthash.6g2R62ra.dpuf
It will be screened at 7 p.m. at the Crest-Westwood Theatre on Oct. 18. Cast and crew will be on-hand for red carpet ceremony prior to the film. This is the fourth film from VM Productions to premiere at Crest-Westwood Theatre. For interest in tickets, please click here.

"Notes from the New World" is a contemporary retelling of Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s existentialist novella, "Notes from the Underground." This is the second of a series of films that the company has dubbed the 'Dostoevsky-LA Project.'

The film stars Rebecca Sigl, Natasha Blasick, and Nathanael Theisen. It was written, directed, and produced by the President of VM Productions, Vitaly Sumin. It's about a young actor who, in the process of preparing for the leading role in a play based on the novella, becomes drawn into a world of intrigue, romance and murder.

"Notes from the New World" is the first North American premiere for any film from VM Productions. The company has a a non-inclusive distribution agreement with Intellect Pictures, a film production, finance and distribution Corporation based in Los Angeles and Toronto. 

The World International Film Festival is a global industry event that is held around the year in the world's biggest cities. It's dedicated to showcasing new and innovative films, while fostering the next generation of filmmakers. 

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