Monday, February 28, 2011

Criminal Intent filming at La Petite Coquette on Wednesday, March 2

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Criminal Intent filming in NJ on Tuesday, March 1

Law & Order: Criminal Intent is filming at the Alpine Scout Camp on Rt 9 in Alpine, NJ on Tuesday, March 1.

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Law & Order: Criminal Intent - Season 10, Episode 3

Law & Order: Criminal Intent ~ Season 10, Episode 3 ~ details posted soon!

Tribeca Films to distribute "Don't Go in the Woods"

Tribeca Film Sets Expansion of Slate in 2011, More Than Doubling Annual Output to 26 Films and Announcing U.S. Distribution Rights to Nine New Titles

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TRIBECA FILM SETS EXPANSION OF SLATE IN 2011,MORE THAN DOUBLING ANNUAL OUTPUT TO 26 FILMS AND ANNOUNCING U.S. DISTRIBUTION RIGHTS TO NINE NEW TITLES

Newly Acquired Films Starring Zach Braff, Vincent Gallo and Zoe Kravitz and Featuring Filmmakers Including Jerzy Skolimowski, Vincent D’Onofrio and Peter Mullan

Slate to Premiere On Multiple Platforms, Including National Video-on-Demand
and Theatres Across the Country, Supported by Founding Partner American Express

New York, NY February 28, 2011 – Tribeca Enterprises today announced that Tribeca Film will expand to commercially release 26 films over the next year, more than double the number of titles released in 2010. The comprehensive distribution label for independent film also announced that it acquired U.S. rights to nine new titles to be released across multiple platforms. The curated selection of films includes many genres and features stars including Zach Braff, Vincent Gallo and Zoe Kravitz and filmmakers such as Peter Mullan, Jerzy Skolimowski and Vincent D’Onofrio.

Following its launch in March 2010, Tribeca Film has grown to a year-round, full-service distribution label that delivers quality independent films to audiences through innovative strategies bolstered by its partnership with American Express. Tribeca Film’s significant expansion is highlighted by Tribeca’s continued relationship with Comcast, one of the nation’s leading providers of entertainment and supporter of independent film.

Tribeca Film plans to release the following titles theatrically, on video-on-demand and via other platforms throughout the coming year:


· Beware the Gonzo. From director and writer Brian Gobuloff (writer of The Basketball Diaries) comes a teen-angst comedy about an underground newspaper aiming to give voice to high school misfits. The film stars Zoe Kravitz, Ezra Miller, Jesse McCartney, Amy Sedaris, Campbell Scott, and James Urbaniak.

· The Bleeding House. Written and directed by comic book writer and first time filmmaker Philip Gelatt, this taut horror thriller is an original take on the home invasion genre about a family with a haunted past visited by a sweet-talking Texan killer who has come for retribution.

· Brother’s Justice. This Hollywood satire marks Dax Shepard’s directorial debut and is co-directed by David Palmer. The film follows Shepard as he makes the rash decision to abandon comedy in pursuit of his true dream: to become an internationally-renowned martial arts star. Winner of the audience award at the Austin Film Festival and an official selection of the Hollywood Film Festival, it features performances by Tom Arnold, Bradley Cooper, David Koechner, Michael Rosenbaum and Nate Tuck.

· Don’t Go in the Woods. Vincent D’Onofrio makes his feature-length directorial debut with this uproarious rock ‘n' roll horror musical about the fate of a young band seeking a quiet place to write songs in the wrong neck of the woods. The film has screened at the Woodstock Film Festival, the Sarasota Film Festival and the Savannah Film Festival.
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*** Don't Go in the Woods Producer Erika Hampson tells us that the contract was signed on Friday, February 11th.


**Oscar-winning producer Erika Hampson ("The New Tenants") has just completed "Sunny Side Up" with Kathryn Erbe and Parker Posey, and "Worst Friends" with Kathryn Erbe and Richard Tanne.

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· Grave Encounters. Directed and written by first time filmmakers the Vicious Brothers, this cinéma-vérité style supernatural thriller follows a ghost-hunting reality television show host and crew as they shoot an episode inside an abandoned psychiatric hospital, where unexplained phenomena have been reported for years. All in the name of good television, they voluntarily lock themselves inside the building for the night and begin a paranormal investigation, capturing everything on camera. They quickly realize that the building is more than just haunted - it is alive - and it has no intention of ever letting them leave.

· The High Cost of Living. Director Deborah Chow’s dark romantic drama about intertwined fates centers on the burgeoning relationship between an unlikely pair. Nathalie (Isabelle Blais) is expecting her first child, and Henry (Zach Braff) is on his way to his next drug deal. Their paths fatefully collide one night in an event that will irrevocably change their lives. The film was an official selection of the Toronto Film Festival.

· NEDS. Peter Mullan's third feature as a writer and director, after Orphans and The Magdalene Sisters, is a violent 1970s coming-of-age drama set in a gritty section of Glasgow. NEDS won Best Film at the San Sebastian Film Festival and was chosen Best Film at the 2011 London Evening Standard Awards.

· Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston. No one represented the 1970s quite like legendary designer Halston. In this stylish documentary, director Whitney Sudler-Smith takes a fabulous fun-and-fact-filled journey through Halston’s life and times. Interviews with friends and witnesses (including Liza Minnelli, Diane Von Furstenberg, André Leon Talley, Anjelica Huston, Bob Colacello and Billy Joel, among others) round out this glittering evocation of the man who defined the decadent era.

Tribeca Film will release the following on VOD and other platforms:
· Essential Killing. A gripping adventure thriller directed by acclaimed Polish auteur Jerzy Skolimowski. A captured Taliban fighter (Vincent Gallo) is interrogated, tortured and then moved to an unnamed snowy detention camp in Europe. Following an accident involving his transport convoy, he becomes an escaped convict on a continent he does not know. Essential Killing world premiered In Competition at the Venice International Film Festival, and won the Special Jury Prize and Best Actor for Vincent Gallo's performance.

Previously announced titles from Tribeca Film include the following, which will be released in theatres in multiple markets, as well as via VOD and other platforms:

· The Bang Bang Club. Award-winning documentary filmmaker Steven Silver makes his feature directorial debut with this electrifying tale of a young band of war photographers who documented the last days of apartheid in South Africa. Based on a true story, the film stars Ryan Phillippe, Malin Akerman and Taylor Kitsch and premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.

· Janie Jones. Directed by David M. Rosenthal, Janie Jones is a charming rock ‘n’ roll road trip drama about a father and daughter finding their way to each other. The film stars Abigail Breslin, Alessandro Nivola, Elisabeth Shue and Brittany Snow and premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.

· Last Night. Director Massy Tadjedin makes her directorial debut with a carefully crafted romantic drama about two couples confronting temptation and the limits of fidelity over the course of one night. Starring Keira Knightley, Sam Worthington, Eva Mendes and Guillaume Canet, the film was an official selection at the Toronto, Venice and Rome Film Festivals.

Fourteen more titles will be added to the Tribeca Film slate in the coming months.


“With the rapidly evolving landscape, Tribeca Film provides strategic opportunities and plans to customize campaigns using new platforms for distribution,” said Tribeca co-founder Jane Rosenthal. “We see real opportunities for filmmakers and audiences.”

Upon its initial launch, Tribeca Film delivered an inaugural slate of 12 titles nationwide through a network of multi-platform distribution partnerships, beginning with an initial release via cable and telco video-on-demand and satellite pay-per-view in Spring 2010. The films were also distributed digitally via Amazon.com, the Apple iTunes Store, Netflix Streaming and Vudu, with select titles airing on Showtime. The independent label also released 11 of the films in limited theatrical engagements and partnered with New Video to launch the Tribeca Film home video label. The continued expansion of Tribeca Film attests to Tribeca Enterprises’ goal of redefining traditional models of independent film distribution and release patterns and, in conjunction with the Tribeca Film Festival and other of its media holdings, creating new opportunities and discovering new audiences for filmmakers.

“Tribeca Film had a terrific launch in 2010, releasing an exciting selection of quality independent films,” said Geoff Gilmore, Chief Creative Officer at Tribeca. “In 2011, we look forward to continuing to respond to the contemporary challenges of distribution today and are especially excited to be on the cutting edge working to develop new scenarios. We value our relationships with our distribution partners, the unique role played by American Express, and the talented filmmakers we have the pleasure of working with.”

American Express is an important and unique element of Tribeca Film. American Express has reinforced its commitment to providing independent filmmakers with new platforms to deliver compelling stories to audiences, and Cardmembers, everywhere. In its second year, Tribeca Film will continue to leverage the unique marketing force of American Express to create customized release patterns that are filmmaker-friendly and provide audiences with access to films they otherwise might not have the opportunity to see.

About Tribeca Film

Tribeca Film is a comprehensive distribution label dedicated to acquiring and marketing independent films across multiple platforms, including theatrical, video-on-demand, digital, home video and television. It is an initiative from Tribeca Enterprises designed to provide new platforms for how film can be experienced, while supporting filmmakers and introducing audiences to films they might not otherwise see. American Express continues its support of Tribeca and the independent film community by serving as the Founding Partner of Tribeca Film.

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More on Tribeca Film distribution.

Tribeca and Sundance Festivals Plan Big Growth

New York Times, 2.27.11
By BROOKS BARNES

LOS ANGELES — Two big film festival operators, Tribeca Enterprises and the Sundance Institute, are about to greatly expand their efforts to use technology to bring specialty movies to a national audience.

For years, the business function of festivals was straightforward: create excitement for independent films, and hope that distributors acquire them for release.

But the rise of Web streaming and video-on-demand services freed festivals from their geographic limitations. Suddenly, the likes of Sundance, Tribeca and South by Southwest were experimenting with simultaneous film premieres at their festivals and on Web sites like YouTube or cable on-demand systems.

Tribeca plans on Monday to announce a significant expansion of its fledgling movie releasing arm, Tribeca Film, which was founded last year as a test in releasing movies both digitally and in theaters. Tribeca Film plans to increase its annual output to 26 pictures, up from 11.

Now comes a new development — the end of experimentation and the start of full-fledged digital distribution efforts by festival operators.

Tribeca plans on Monday to announce a significant expansion of its fledgling movie releasing arm, Tribeca Film, which was founded last year as a test in releasing movies both digitally and in theaters. Tribeca Film plans to increase its annual output to 26 pictures, up from 11.

Among this year’s batch — set for distribution in theaters, on on-demand services in 40 million homes and on Web services like iTunes — are films starring indie favorites like Zach Braff and Vincent Gallo.

“We learned very quickly that our brand can resonate beyond New York,” said Jane Rosenthal, a founder of the Tribeca Film Festival, with Geoff Gilmore, the group’s chief creative officer.

Sundance, which has tinkered with distribution partnerships for years, is expected to announce a formal year-round strategy for helping indie filmmakers gain access to digital distribution in the coming weeks. People with knowledge of the matter, speaking on the condition of anonymity to avoid conflicts with the powerful organization, said plans called for Sundance-branded channels on iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and others.

Sundance executives declined to comment, saying efforts were incomplete. A spokeswoman emphasized, however, that the Sundance model would substantially differ from the Tribeca Films effort by allowing filmmakers to retain full ownership of their work. Sundance, unlike most other festival operators, is a nonprofit that also runs workshops for budding filmmakers and playwrights.

“There is big opportunity in this marketplace, particularly for a pocket of films that may not always have huge theatrical appeal but can take advantage of video on demand and other digital platforms,” said Rena Ronson, co-head of the Independent Film Group at United Artists Agency.

Tribeca and Sundance are reaching beyond their traditional functions for reasons of economics and technology. Hammered in recent years by the recession and soaring marketing costs, art house distributors like Paramount Vantage and Picturehouse went out of business, leaving a void in the market.

“It was kind of genius for Tribeca to jump in because almost nobody was left to buy anything,” said Julien Nitzberg, the director of “The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia,” a documentary about an eccentric Appalachian family that Tribeca Films successfully distributed last year.
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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Video: Meet The Director Vincent D'Onofrio Q&A Part 7


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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Screen Caps from LOCI Promo


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See all the screen caps at OuroborosSnyder's blog

Friday, February 25, 2011

This spring -- order will be restored



New promo for Law & Order: Criminal Intent on USA website.

Thanks Venenina!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Contest: Win Advance Passes for "Kill the Irishman"

2.24.11: Advance screening passes to see KILL THE IRISHMAN are now up for grabs!
from Buzzbo Cleveland

Contest

‘Kill the Irishman’ at Midwest Independent Film Festival Mar. 1

‘Kill the Irishman’ screens at Midwest Independent Film Festival March 1 @ 7:30pm.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Photos: LOCI filming on Tuesday, Feb 22

Billygrl has posted photos of LOCI filming on Tuesday, Feb 22. Thanks for sharing!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Filming: Law & Order: Criminal Intent on Wed, Feb 23

Law & Order: Criminal Intent is filming at Chelsea Piers on Wed, Feb 23.

Thanks mdell!

Video: Meet The Director Vincent D'Onofrio Q&A Part 6


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Video: Meet The Director Vincent D'Onofrio Q&A Part 5


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Monday, February 21, 2011

"High Midnight" still a no-go


Reader Gina M. emailed to ask if we knew if the film "High Midnight" was still in production since we recently posted an article reporting that the film had lost it's funding.

We inquired and were told that the production company does not know what the future holds for this film or if Vincent will still be part of the cast, as funding still has not been secured.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Our Photos: Criminal Intent location on Feb 18

Friday, Feb 18th - We also took a few photos of the Law & Order: Criminal Intent production trucks as well as trailers for Goren and Eames.


We're told that this black Escalade transports Detective Goren. He's not in it though. :o\


The parking permit that's been posted a million times.


Vincent's trailer was parked on Water St.


They were filming in the evening. This was about 8pm.


Kathryn Erbe's trailer was parked further down, on the same side of the street.


These production trucks were parked all over, spanning several blocks.


Delmonico's - where we ate dinner.

Sorry we didn't get any of the detectives. We'll try to get them on the next visit.


Photos: LOCI filming on Wall Street

A series of photos of L&O: Criminal Intent filming on Friday (2-18) on location on Wall Street.
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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Theatres screening "Kill the Irishman"

Posted on "Kill the Irishman" Facebook page by Rick Porrello

NE Ohioans: Kill the Irishman opens at the following Cleveland theaters on Friday March 11. I will provide updates/additional theaters if they come in. Get your tickets early and check out the new clip just released below. RP

Cedar Lee 2163 Lee Road Cleveland Heights (216) 321-5411

Cinemark in Valley View 6001 Canal Road (216) 447-8820...

Crocker Park 30147 Detroit Road Westlake 440-871-4546

Also

Chicago
Landmark Century Cinema (773) 509-4949 - Opening March 18th

Detroit
Landmark Main Arts (248) 263-2111- Opening March 18th

Boston
Landmark Kendall Square (617) 499-1996 - Opening March 18th

Clip of Vincent D’Onofrio as John Nardi in upcoming film, “Kill the Irishman” which is scheduled for release in March 2011.

Visit "Kill the Irishman" on Facebook for more information and updates.

Heads Up! LOCI filming on location on Tuesday

-@olv l&o criminal intent is filming at 59th & 9th tuesday 8a ~ 11p. Signs also down 58th. -posted by FaerieMistress

Mon, Feb 21: No filming due to President's Day holiday.

Video: Cook With Toni


Toni Jorgensen's Online Cooking Camp - www.CookWithToni.com

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Video: Meet The Director Vincent D'Onofrio Q&A Pt 4


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Video: Another KILL THE IRISHMAN Clip on IGN.com

Clip from IGN.com

Casting Breakdown - "The Man Who Wasn't There"

SEASON 10 EPISODE 2: “THE MAN WHO WASN’T THERE”

[NAOMI HALLORAN] Female, 42, a gorgeous and powerful businesswoman, wordly and intelligent. A one-time beauty queen who went on to work in CIA procurement before founding her own company, Sun-Tech Industries – a firm which creates malicious software programs to be used in “cyber warfare.” She has been locked in a rivalry for years with her former friend Terence Brooks, head of a private security firm, who she blames for the death of her first husband by a suicide bomber in Iraq. She falls under suspicion when a brilliant young hacker who worked for both her and Terence is found dead.

[TERENCE BROOKS] Male, 40, Caucasian or African American. Extremely masculine, strong, handsome, charming, and jovial. A former Navy Seal who has become incredibly wealthy running a private security firm. He has been locked in a rivalry for years with Naomi Halloran, head of a cyber-security firm, and the widow of his best friend. He falls under suspicion when a brilliant young hacker who worked for him and Naomi is found dead.

[REBECCA KHOURI] Female, 28. EXTREMELY GORGEOUS ISRAELI. Lithe and athletic. A tough woman who can handle herself in a fight, Rebecca is a former Mossad agent. Highly trained, she made it through nine months of being held in captivity by the Palestinians. Disgusted by war profiteering, she left Israel to come to the US, where she fell in with a group of extremist anti-business eco-terrorist hackers. She falls in love with one of her compatriots in this new cause – but is forced to violently turn against him when a powerful man threatens to have her family killed.

[ELISE CORBIN] Female, early 50s, very fit & attractive. The mother of the murder victim, she resides in a secluded area of Long Island. The investigation reveals that she is wanted for murder, for her participation in a radical anti-government group in the 70’s that killed a security guard in a bombing. Now in her 50’s, Elise is unrepentant and secretly running an anti-war, eco-terrorist group known as the Free Earth Liberators, commanding an army of brilliant young hackers – among them her murdered son, whom she had groomed from an early age to be one of the soldiers in her movement.

[GEORGINA RESKALA] Female, 28. Extremely fit and athletic. Of some foreign extraction, possibly South American. A tough woman who can handle herself in a fight, Georgina is former Navy Special Ops. She has now become radicalized and embraced the extremist agenda of the eco-terrorist Free Earth Liberators, along with her brother – who is murdered while attempting to carry out a mission. Even in the wake of this loss, Georgina remains fiercely loyal to the cause she is fighting for – she is a true believer.

[MATT CORBIN] Male, 28, lean, strong, and agile. The “LeBron James of cyber-warriors,” possessing not only a brilliant mind for computers but also fit & athletic enough to scale buildings with his bare feet & hands. His mother is a 60s-era radical who has groomed him from an early age to be an operative in her anti-government, anti-business terrorist group. At his mother’s behest he has planted himself as a double-agent in SunTech Industries, a cyber-warfare company, and found his loyalties becoming divided when he enters a romantic relationship with the female CEO – who in turn plants him as HER double-agent at Mars Security, a company run by her rival.

[JANICE] Female, 45, any ethnicity, attractive. An extremely poised, polished executive assistant. Her boss is obnoxious and verbally abusive, but she is highly paid and has no trouble taking it in stride as part of the job.

[ERSKINE] Male, 29, any ethnicity, an attractive nerd type. Loyal assistant to the head of a cyber-warfare company.

[STAN] Male, 28 – 32. Could be character-y. A nerdy computer tech who assists the detectives.

[ZOE] Female, 23, any ethnicity. A beautiful sales clerk in a lingerie shop. Could be an edgy East Village type.

[JIMMY] Male, late 30s – early 40s, Caucasian. An obnoxious passenger berating his cabbie as they are stuck in traffic.

[DET. FIELDS] Male or female, 30s, any ethnicity.

[CSU TECH] Male or female, early 30s, any ethnicity.


Thanks Sam!

**The titles of the episodes are subject to change at airtime.
Alternate Title: "BOOTS ON THE GROUND"

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Filming Fri, Feb 18 : Criminal Intent filming in financial district

Filming Friday, Feb 18: Law & Order: Criminal Intent is filming at 52 Williams Street at Pine Street in the financial district in Manhattan. Map

Thanks mdell!

Update: Cross streets for filming are Wall and Water - per onlocationvacations and
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TV Officer and Crime-Legislation Architect Join Forces

NY Times/City Room, 2.17.11
by Al Baker

It is near the end of a 45-second online advertisement that the head of the Citizens Crime Commission walks over to the actor who plays an officer on TV.

“Our police officers deserve better,” says Richard M. Aborn, standing before a wall of law books and the American flag. “Help us protect them and help make us all safer.”

The actor is Vincent D’Onofrio, who plays the earnest detective Robert Goren on television’s “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” And with him, Mr. Aborn is lending law enforcement credibility to a proposed ban on large-capacity ammunition magazines that has gained attention in Congress since 6 people were killed and 13 injured, including Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, in the Tucson shootings last month.



To the uninitiated, the debate over guns and ammunition is sometimes dominated by those with entrenched views on either side, while the voice of law enforcement is sometimes drowned out. On the streets, however, it is police officers, federal agents and others who enforce the laws who, along with civilians, are often in the most danger when criminals’ firepower reaches high levels.

Indeed, Jared L. Loughner, the man accused of opening fire at the congresswoman’s public event, had an oversize magazine of bullets that allowed him to quickly fire his Glock 19 semiautomatic more than 30 times before being forced to reload.

There once was a law in place to ban such magazines. It is a law that Mr. Aborn, who served as president of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence from 1993 to 1996, is credited with championing, along with the Brady Bill and other legislation. But the law had a sunset provision and, in 2004, it died on the legislative vine.

So far, Mr. Aborn’s jumping back into the national debate over gun control, with Mr. D’Onofrio at his side, is having an impact. The spot has been linked to on Twitter and Facebook by Russell Simmons, the mogul, rap impresario and political advocate; and it has been sent out by New Yorkers Against Gun Violence.

“The more attention we can get to this very important issue to pass this bill, the better,” said Colin C. Weaver, that group’s deputy director.

Mr. D’Onofrio says in the ad that while the guns on his show are fake, “Our police officers face real threats every day.” He adds: “Police officers shouldn’t have to confront that much firepower on the street; it’s not fair.”

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THE INSIDER: Vincent D’Onofrio – New Interview with SFF Alum!

The Insider
by James Franco

2010 was an amazing year for SFF! One of the highlights for me was the presence of the incredible Vincent D’Onofrio who screened his feature film directorial debut Don’t Go in the Woods. He was also a guest for our Conversations series. Vincent is a brilliant artist and a true gentleman. It was my pleasure recently to ask him about his SFF experience!

INSIDER: Congratulations once again on “Don’t Go in the Woods”. What has been happening with your film since it screened at the Sarasota Film Festival last year?

VINCENT D’ONOFRIO: Tribeca films picked up our film and is going to distribute and market it. We are all really excited.

NSIDER: What was it like to screen your movie at our festival? Were you pleased with the audience reactions and Q&As during your screenings?

VINCENT D’ONOFRIO: It was really enjoyable to screen at your festival. When we screened in Sarasota, it was early on in the process and the positive reaction enticed us to do more screenings all over the country.

INSIDER: Other than the screenings, what were some of your favorite experiences when attending our festival?

VINCENT D’ONOFRIO: Patti Smith. Patti Smith. Patti Smith. Patti Smith.

INSIDER: Do you have any other upcoming or in-the-works projects that you would like to discuss? If so, we’d love to hear about them:

VINCENT D’ONOFRIO: We are putting together my next film called Johnny and Me and will be looking for a financier soon. The script is almost finished.




Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Law & Order: Criminal Intent filming in Queens on Thursday, 2/17

Law & Order: Criminal Intent is filming at the Billie Jean Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, Queens and also at 70-35 113th St (location of Parkway Hospital) in Queens tomorrow 2/17.

Thanks to our friend, M. DellaFemina!


Video Clip from "Kill the Irishman"


Via Facebook

"Kill the Irishman" release on 3.11.11

List of Theatres - posted by author Rick Porello
* Cleveland
o Cinemark Valley View
o Cedar Lee
o Strongsville
* Detroit
o Theater One
o Theater Two
* New York
o Theater One
o Theater Two
* Los Angeles
o Theater One
o Theater Two



LOCI filming in studio today

Feb 16 •Law and Order: Criminal Intent is filming in studio (Chelsea Piers) today! Thanks onlocationvacations.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

LO:CI Season 10, Episode 2 - "The Man Who Wasn't There"

Law & Order: Criminal Intent Season 10, Episode 2 is titled "The Man Who Wasn't There" (aka Boots on the Ground) and shoots February 25-March 8 in NYC.

Episode 2 titled ""The Man Who Wasn't There"" - an adventuresome rogue who may be the country’s best cyber-warrior.

Thanks to Sam, who has been providing LOCI episode and filming details to us for years. We appreciate it, Sam!



L&O: Criminal Intent filming on location today

•Law and Order: Criminal Intent is filming around W. 55th and 6th/7th.

Posted by Onlocationvacations

Monday, February 14, 2011

Law & Order: Criminal Intent Season 10 - Episode 2

Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Season 10, Episode 2 ~ details tomorrow!


'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' Returns As Syndie Strip This Fall

Broadcasting & Cable, 2.14.2011
By Paige Albiniak

Franchise series sold in more than 90% of U.S.
NBC Universal's Law & Order: Criminal Intent is returning to broadcast syndication as a strip starting this fall, the syndicator said Monday (Feb. 14). The show, which for the first time is being offered as a two-hour block, has been sold to stations covering more than 90% of the country, including broadcast groups Fox, CBS, Sinclair, Hearst, LIN and Local TV.

Criminal Intent is currently airing on MyNetwork TV and USA, although it previously aired as a syndicated strip from 2007 to 2009. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which currently airs in broadcast syndication, is ending that run for now and expected to take CI's place on My Network TV, although that deal is not confirmed.

Law & Order, the first of the franchise, is cleared in well over 90% of the country to premiere on weekends this fall, marking the mothership's first shot at broadcast syndication, although it's long been a cable staple.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent is produced by Wolf Films and Universal Cable Productions. The show was created and executive produced by Dick Wolf, and was developed by Rene Balcer.

**Strip/daily syndication--
Off-network syndication can take several forms. The most common form is known as strip syndication or daily syndication, when episodes of a television series are shown daily five times a week. Typically, this means that enough episodes must exist (88 episodes, or four seasons, is the usual minimum,[1] though many syndicators prefer a fully rounded 100 episodes) to allow for continual strip syndication to take place over the course of several months, without episodes being shown again. However, there are exceptions, such as the 65-episode block (common in children's programming), which allows for a 13-week cycle of daily showings, so there will only be four repeats in a year.- Wikipedia


Casting Breakdown "The Consoler"

SEASON 10 – EPISODE 1 – "THE CONSOLER"

[JOHNNY APREDA] Male. Late 20s. An extremely good looking athlete. Johnny is a rarity in New York; an attractive, devout Catholic who doesn't live with his mother. Deeply traumatized when a coach sexually abused him in his childhood, he has dedicated himself to presenting an impressive, charming, masculine, untroubled façade to the world. Now working for the bank of the Archdiocese, he is assigned to administer settlement payments to molestation abuse victims. Watching their testimonial videos pushes him over the edge – with violent consequences for a co-worker who has fallen in love with him. GUEST LEAD

[NATALIE FINNEGAN] Female, 30s. Formerly an extremely wild, edgy party girl, she has now become pious and committed to repenting her hedonistic ways. Finding her best friend dead of an apparent suicide, she is devastated to think she would be denied Catholic burial rites, and thus tampers with the scene to suggest a murder. GUEST STAR


[THERESA ESPINA] Female, Latina, early 30s. "Mona Lisa in business attire," Theresa is a prim woman, a devout Catholic whose had a very hard time finding a man whose faith matches her own. Very bright and very lonely, a woman who lives with her cats and her MBA from Harvard, Theresa is a senior VP for a Wall Street bank, and among her duties, she funnels settlement money from the Catholic Church to victims of sexual abuse. Having fallen in love with one such victim, Johnny Apreda, Theresa embezzles money earmarked for another victim and moves it into Johnny's account -- and dies soon after, an apparent suicide... SEVERAL SCENES IN TEASER (5 lines)


[TOM KILPATRICK] Male, late 40s–50s. Could be heavy. A man who has lived his life a devout Catholic, and is now the CEO of the bank of the Archdiocese of New York, tasked with distributing settlement money to victims of sexual abuse by the clergy. Shocked by the death of one of his employees, Tom is initially reluctant to cooperate with the detectives, and eventually shocked to discover criminal acts committed by his staff. TWO SCENES


[HELEN RICHARDSON] Female, 40s, any ethnicity. This no-nonsense woman is the founder of an organization called "Fresh Start," a support group for the victims of sexual abuse by the clergy. TWO SCENES


[ILANA CARNEY] Female, Midwestern, 20s. She is the caretaker for her aunt Alice, a victim of sexual abuse, who has since been in a car accident that left her virtually brain-dead. TWO SCENES


[CONSTANTINE] Male, Croatian, 50s, heavily accented. A religious man, the super of the building where the murder victim resides. 3 LINES/TWO SCENES


[CARDINAL RYAN] Male, 70s, feeble but extremely regal, a striking face. A Roman Catholic cardinal who listens in mounting fury as one of his subordinates unrepentantly confesses to multiple acts of adultery. ONE LINE/TWO SCENES


[WHITE SHOE LAWYER] Male, 40s – 50s. WASP. An extremely experienced and high-end defense attorney. He represents Monsignor Milano when he's questioned by Eames and Goren, and appears to be convinced that the detectives have an agenda: to drag the Church through the mud. ONE SCENE


[LAWYER] Male or female, 30s. A low-end jackal of a defense attorney, who does their best to stop their client from making a series of damaging revelations to the detectives. ONE SCENE


[DETECTIVE SERRANO] Male, 30s, any ethnicity, a cop with Gold’s gym muscles. ONE SCENE


[BARTENDER] Male. A sympathetic bartender at an upscale hotel bar. TWO LINES


[HOTEL MANAGER] Male, 30s – 40s, any ethnicity. Manager of a classy, high-end hotel, who reviews surveillance footage with the Detectives. ONE LINE


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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Law & Order: Criminal Intent filming in studio

Law & Order: CI is filming in studio (Chelsea Piers) on Mon Feb 14
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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Law & Order: Criminal Intent Season 10 "The Consoler" begins filming Monday!

Law & Order: Criminal Intent begins filming Season 10, Episode 1 on Monday, February 14.

Episode 1 titled "The Consoler" - A beautiful female banker whose sole client was the Catholic Church.


Friday, February 11, 2011

"Kill the Irishman" banners from ComingSoon.net



From ComingSoon.net - exclusive first look at four character banners for writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh's crime-drama Kill the Irishman, starring Ray Stevenson, Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer, Vincent D'Onofrio, Vinnie Jones, Paul Sorvino, Fionnula Flanagan, Laura Ramsey, Steve Schirripa, Linda Cardellini, Bob Gunton, Jason Butler Harner and Robert Davi.

Read more: Exclusive Kill the Irishman Banners! - ComingSoon.net

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Actor Jay O. Sanders joins Law & Order: Criminal Intent cast

Deadline.com, 2.10.11
By NELLIE ANDREEVA

Veteran character actor Jay O. Sanders has been tapped for a major new role on the final season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent on USA. He will play the new captain of the Major Case Squad and boss to Robert Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Alexandra Eames (Kathryn Erbe). Sanders will appear in all eight episodes of the show's upcoming tenth season. This is the fourth captain on L&O:CI following Jamey Sheridan's Capt. James Deakins, Eric Bogosian's Capt. Danny Ross and, most recently, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio's Zoe Callas in Season 9. Sanders, who has rarely done TV, is not new to the L&O franchise. He has guest starred on both L&O:CI and the mothership L&O series. The actor, who has appeared in such movies as The Day After Tomorrow and Revolutionary Road, next co-stars in Green Lantern.


*****Jay O. Sanders appeared in Law & Order: Criminal Intent Season Two episode "Dead" as 'Harry Rowan'. For more on LO:CI Season Two. View clip of Jay O. Sanders in "Dead".




Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Uptown Film Festival screens "Kill the Irishman" on March 11th

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Uptown Film Festival in downtown Birmingham to Host Michigan Film Awards

BIRMINGHAM, Mich., February 4, 2011 – Leaders in Michigan’s growing film industry have joined together to launch the Uptown Film Festival (UFF), a celebration of Michigan-made movies and the productions created by Michigan filmmakers. The festival will take place March 11-12, 2011 in Birmingham, Mich. UFF Co-Executive Director Jeffrey Spilman made the announcement.

This year’s Presenting Sponsor is Oakland County Film. The festival is also being sponsored by the Michigan Film Office, the Detroit Medical Center, Film Detroit, Huntington Bank and FIT Film Industry Training offered by The Stautzenberger Institute. The UFF will showcase film and television productions that were created entirely, or in part, in Michigan and is being held at the Palladium 12 Theatre, located at 250 North Old Woodward Ave., and the Birmingham 8, located at 211 South Old Woodward Ave., both in Birmingham, Mich.

The UFF, in association with the Detroit Independent Film Festival (DIFF), will also host the Michigan Film Awards, an annual awards ceremony held to recognize the accomplishments of independent films in Michigan, on Saturday, March 12, 2011. Of the more than 235 films submitted to the DIFF, those identified as the best will be screened during UFF. Fox 2 News’ Lee Thomas will serve as emcee of the event.

The UFF will also showcase five larger Michigan film premieres, including Kill the Irishman, starring Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer and Ray Stevenson [and Vincent D'Onofrio], which will screen on March 11th. Another significant film, Things Fall Apart, starring Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Ray Liotta, will premiere on March 12th. The Michigan Film Awards ceremony will be held following the premiere of Things Fall Apart on March 12th.





“We are extremely excited to bring the Uptown Film Festival to life this year,” said Spilman. “The films and talent highlighted during this event have played key roles in the substantial growth and success of the Michigan film industry during the past several years. This festival recognizes the hard work and dedication of the state’s film industry professionals, and the productions they’ve created in Michigan.”

VIP passes and tickets go on sale to the public on February 9, 2011. For more information on this event or to purchase tickets, please visit www.uptownfilmfestival.com.

To Kill the Irishman will be released theatrically starting March 11 in Los Angeles, New York City and Cleveland, then a week later in Detroit.

/jenn

Monday, February 7, 2011

CI filming begins Monday, Feb 14.

Tweeted today by @WolfFilms: Production for Law & Order: Criminal Intent begins today!

They are not filming yet. Filming begins on Monday, February 14.


Law and Order Star Vincent D'Onofrio Lends Name to Gun Control Campaign



Village Voice, 2.7.11
by Graham Rayman

Vincent D'Onofrio, the lantern-jawed star of NBC's "Law and Order: Criminal Intent," is lending his name to the campaign to ban "large capacity magazines" of the kind used in the Tucson, Ariz. slaying of six people, including a federal judge, and the wounding of 13 others, including a congresswoman.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Video: Vincent D'Onofrio interview posted by CNN



Thank you to Ross Levitt (@cnnross)--Law and Order's Vincent D'Onofrio calls for reinstating the ban on extended gun magazines.

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It's been almost a month since the gunman fired 32 bullets in Tucson, killing six and wounding 13 including the Congresswoman. Next week, expect a blitz over social media networks urging support for a ban on large capacity magazines like the kind used in the Arizona shooting.

As CNN National Correspondent Susan Candiotti reports, a normally non-political TV star is now joining the debate.

(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE)

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: 911, There was shooting at Safeway. SUSAN CANDIOTTI, CNN NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Police say accused Arizona shooter Jared Loughner chose a high-capacity magazine to unload 32 rounds at 19 victims, killing six. He was tackled while attempting to reload another 30 rounds. How did it affect you when you heard what happened?

VINCENT D'ONOFRIO, ACTOR: It just keeps you thinking, how's it going to stop? What are we going to do to help the law enforcement control this kind of stuff?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Action.

CANDIOTTI: Actor Vincent D'Onofrio is joining the debate over re-instating a ban on those high-volume magazines. One of the veteran stars of TV's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," D'Onofrio is making, for him, a rare jump from fantasy to politics.

D'ONOFRIO: Call your elected officials in Washington, D.C.

CANDIOTTI: D'Onofrio is taping a political ad urging the public to back proposed legislation to stop the sale of those magazines.

D'ONOFRIO: I don't mind everybody owning guns. What I think -- it's freedom. I think that's what this country is all about. But it's ridiculous to think that they can out-arm the people that are supposed to be serving and protecting us.

CANDIOTTI: Why did you tap Mr. D'Onofrio for this role?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Because well-recognized figures are powerful messengers in this environment. And he can be a very powerful messenger.

CANDIOTTI: The Citizens Crime Commission of New York, a nonprofit public safety group, is producing the ad. Its president, a longtime gun control advocate argues there's no legitimate need for a 30-round magazine.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Let's knock it down to ten rounds, which is where it's been. Which is more than enough for self-defense, more than enough for hunting purposes, and more than enough for any civilian use.

D'ONOFRIO: Look, this is how I feel about it. I feel it's a choice. Are you going to be on the good guys' side or are you going to be on the bad guys' side? I think it's really that simple.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: He doesn't know who the good guys are. The good guys are all of us.

CANDIOTTI: Gun rights advocates argue a high-capacity magazine ban will prevent potential victims from protecting themselves.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It might take five to ten rounds just to stop one attacker. What do you do if there are several?

CANDIOTTI: The makings of a fiery political battle this year, and a typical "Law & Order" story line.

Susan Candiotti, CNN, New York.




Video: Vincent D'Onofrio with Susan Candiotti on CNN



Video

Thank you to @OuroborosSnyder for posting it.

On CNN today at 9am - Vincent D'Onofrio joins debate stoked by AZ shooting

Tweeted this morning by susancandiotti - "Law and 0rder's Vincent D'Onofrio in new role: joins debate stoked by Arizona shooting. Watch CNN 9a today http://plixi.com/p/74976446"

Update: Vincent D'Onofrio interview on CNN at 9am today

Update on Twitter by CNN's Ross Levitt -
"Law and Order's Vincent D'Onofrio is using his name to support a controversial cause. @susancandiotti has the story on #CNN at 9a ET."


Friday, February 4, 2011

USA outline the return of Vincent D’Onofrio to ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’

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Posted on February 4, 2011

It was way back in September of last year when I first wrote about USA’s plans for a final tenth season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent – at the time is was announced that the show would be eight episodes long and would see the return of original star Vincent D’Onofrio.

Well now USA have, as part of their Spring line-up preview, released the full synopsis for the final season:

Season ten features the long-anticipated return of Detectives Robert Goren (Vincent D’Onofrio) and Alex Eames (Kathryn Erbe) to the Major Case Squad. Terminated for insubordination a year ago, Detective Goren has been reunited with his long-time partner Alex Eames at the behest of the new Major Case Captain. In addition to plunging into colorful, dangerous mysteries, Goren has mandatory sessions with a brilliant police psychologist. In this final eight episode arc that will ultimately help Goren understand his tortured past and chart a course for a successful future.

Storylines for this season include a beautiful female banker whose sole client was the Catholic Church; an adventuresome rogue who may be the country’s best cyber-warrior; a woman who was blackmailing a wealthy, tabloid-fodder “bad boy.” Rather than forensics or strict procedure, these murders will be solved in the style CI fans have come to know and love: Goren’s Holmesian deduction of the deep psychology and byzantine motives for the crime. With the help of his friend and partner Eames, we’ll be in for a season of twisty plots, uniquely New York worlds, clever deductions, and dazzling operatic interrogations that ultimately bring the guilty to justice.

It seems this final tenth season is returning the series to its superb NBC-era roots. As a huge fan of Law & Order: Criminal Intent even I have to admit that the show hasn’t been the same since it moved to USA – here’s hoping these final eight episodes give the show the send off it deserves!


2nd Annual Meth Cops Ride

RIDE FOR A HERO

The 2nd Annual Meth Cops Ride - "RIDE FOR A HERO" event will be held at Timpanogos Harley Davidson in Lindon, Utah on Saturday, June 4 · 8:00am - 1:00pm.

More details to come.

Susan Candiotti's interview with Vincent D'Onofrio on CNN

According to CNN's Ross Levitt, Susan Candiotti's interview with Vincent D'Onofrio will be aired on CNN on Saturday, 6am EST.

Thank you @cnnross and Bev(BlueVelvetVincent)

How should Criminal Intent end?

Entertainment Weekly, 2.3.11

"Law and Order: Criminal Intent sets final season premiere date. Please, let Det. Goren die." by Kate Ward

When we last saw Det. Goren (Vincent D’Onofrio) on Law & Order: Criminal Intent — when the actor was officially leaving the show… for the first time — he was simply fired by longtime partner, Det. Eames (Kathryn Erbe). Though I don’t speak for all CI fans who spent years watching D’Onofrio play the eccentric headcase of a detective, I will admit that I felt this was not an acceptable finale for one of TV’s most interesting, complex characters. No, if you ask me, in the final episode of the final season of CI — which premieres May 1 — Det. Goren has to die.

And not just pass away. Law & Order‘s most tragic detective needs to go down in a blaze of glory, in a massive gunfight or via spontaneous combustion while debating Jean-Paul Sartre’s finest works with a criminal mastermind. Look, the reason I think he should die is because I love him so much — a tortured figure like Goren can only find peace in the afterlife. Full article


Thanks Linda!


Thursday, February 3, 2011

Casting Call: Captain of the Major Case Squad

L&O:Criminal Intent casting for captain of the Major Case Squad --

CAPTAIN WILLIAM HANNAH - Male, 48-52 - Captain of the Major Case Squad. Possesses an easy authority, but also a humorous side, he shares a buddy-buddy rapport with some of his detectives.

Thanks Sam!

LO:CI Season 10, Episode 1 - "The Consoler"

Law & Order: Criminal Intent Season 10, Episode 1 is titled "THE CONSOLER". It shoots February 14-24 in New York City.

Thanks Sam!

Vincent is interviewed for CNN









Recently tweeted: Why is @susancandiotti interviewing Vincent D'Onofrio from Law and Order? Story airs Saturday on #CNN. - photos courtesy @cnnross

Thanks Lexi!

'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' Season 10 Premieres Sunday, May 1

USA NETWORK LAUNCHES NEW SEASONS OF “LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT” AND “IN PLAIN SIGHT” PREMIERING SUNDAY, MAY 1

[Press Release]
Vincent D’Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe Reprise their Beloved Roles in LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT for its Tenth and Final Season

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – February 3, 2011 – USA Network, the #1 network in 2010 for an unprecedented five consecutive years running, is kicking off its spring lineup with two of its popular original series, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and IN PLAIN SIGHT. LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT returns for its final season with eight all new episodes and IN PLAIN SIGHT will air its fourth season with 13 episodes. Both will premiere on Sunday, May 1, at 9/8c and 10/9c, respectively.

The final season of LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT features the long-anticipated return of Detectives Goren (D’Onofrio) and Eames (Erbe) to the Major Case Squad. Terminated for insubordination a year ago, Detective Robert Goren has been reunited with his long-time partner Alex Eames at the behest of new Major Case Captain William Hannah, a friend of Goren’s since Academy days. In addition to plunging into colorful, dangerous mysteries, Goren has mandatory sessions with brilliant police psychologist Robyn Widrow that will ultimately help him unravel his tortured past, and to chart a course in the right direction. Each week, viewers will be taken through sizzling, sexy episodes of murder and provocative themes, such as: a beautiful female banker whose sole client was the Catholic Church; an adventuresome rogue who may be the country’s best cyber-warrior; a woman who was blackmailing a wealthy, tabloid-fodder “bad boy.”

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT had a strong ninth season, delivering 3.60 million total viewers to the series on Tuesdays in 2010. LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT is produced by Wolf Films and Universal Cable Productions. The series was created by Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf, who also executive produces, and was developed by René Balcer. Shot entirely in and around New York City, the third installment of the “Law & Order” franchise takes viewers deep into the minds of its criminals while following the intense psychological approaches the Major Case Squad uses to solve its crimes.

IN PLAIN SIGHT stars Mary McCormack as Mary Shannon, a U.S. Marshal working in the highly secretive branch of the witness protection program (WITSEC), who relocates Federal Witnesses, most of whom fall into three categories: career criminals, whistle-blowers or innocents who had the misfortune of witnessing a crime. They all have one thing in common – someone wants them dead. Mary’s job is to see that doesn’t happen, while at the same time attempting to manage her own dysfunctional family. IN PLAIN SIGHT also stars Frederick Weller, Nichole Hiltz and Paul Ben-Victor. Guest stars for season four include Josh Malina, Bradley Whitford, Rachel Boston, John de Lancie and Ali Marsh, among others. In the upcoming season, Marshall (Weller) will have a new love interest (Boston); Brandi (Hiltz) gets engaged to Peter (Malina), and Mary reluctantly helps plan the wedding.

IN PLAIN SIGHT debuted as the #1 new series on cable in 2008 and was the #1 cable drama Wednesdays in 2010. IN PLAIN SIGHT is produced by Universal Cable Productions and is filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Executive producers for season four are Ed Decter and John Strauss.

USA is the home to ten original scripted series: Burn Notice, Royal Pains, WHITE COLLAR, PSYCH, IN PLAIN SIGHT, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and COVERT AFFAIRS and the newest hit, FAIRLY LEGAL. A LEGAL MIND and NECESSARY ROUGHNESS will be the next originals to join the roster this summer, bringing USA’s programming slate to a record number of scripted original series in 2011.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Cooking with Toni



Toni Jorgenson's Online Cooking Camp!

'Play the "Cooking Game" online with Toni & Vincent D'Onofrio!'

My name is Toni Jorgensen. I am the Owner & Operator of Rib City Grill in American Fork, Utah and am the sister of actor Vincent D'Onofrio from "Men In Black" & star of "Law & Order - Criminal Intent." Welcome to my new online Toni Jorgensen's Online Cooking Camp! Come cook with us . . . take part in some amazing incentives, competitions, give-aways, awards, certificates, and much, much more!!! *** REGISTRATION COMING SOON!

Visit Toni at http://www.cookwithtoni.com/



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[CURRENT PROJECTS]

List of films in production.

"Emerald City" [Airs 1.6.17]

TV Series - A modern reimagining of the stories that lead to 'The Wizard of Oz'. Vincent.....The Wizard

"CHiPs" [TBA]

Film based on the cops television series CHiPs

Shoots Oct. 15–Nov. 15 in Los Angeles.
Warner Brothers


"In Dubious Battle" [2016]

"In Dubious Battle" [2016]
An activist gets caught up in the labor movement for farm workers in California during the 1930s. Vincent....Al Anderson

"Pele" [2016]

The life story of Brazilian football legend, Pele.

Vincent D'Onofrio....Coach Feola
Filmed in Brazil November 2013

"TENN" [TBA]

A story about the early life of Tennessee Williams

Directed by James Franco
Vincent D'Onofrio, Jacob Loeb

"American Falls" - [TBA]

In a rural town in Southern Idaho, the Suzukis, a Japanese American family, run a small motel. One night they get a strange visitor who sports ‘city’ clothes who turns out to be the first African-American man that Toru Suzuki’s children have ever seen. Yoshiko takes it upon herself to solve the mystery about this man, especially when 2 police officers come knocking on their door.

Short film produced by Erika Hampson.
Vincent D'Onofrio as Detective Foster.

'Purgatory' [TBA]

'Purgatory' [TBA]
Tagline: In the Wild West a lot of blood was spilled... but it didn't go to waste. Vincent....Dallas Stoudenmire

"A Fall From Grace" [TBA]

Detective Michael Tabb knows the city of St. Louis inside and out. He has felt its true heart, as much as its dark underbelly: but he does not know who, in both the dark and light - is taking the lives of young girls.

Director: Jennifer Lynch
Producer/Writer ...Eric Wilkinson

Vincent D'Onofrio ....George Lawson (GRACE's father)
Tim Roth.......Detective Tabb

Filming in St Louis - TBA

"Supreme Ruler" [TBA]

A man campaigns to become the leader of the Buffalo lodge.

Vincent D'Onofrio as Hank Dory
Ron Livingston as Steve
Marcia Gay Harden as Nancy

"The Monster Next Door" [TBA]

"The Monster Next Door" - Comedy Horror

Executive Produced by Dennis Johnson, Melanie Mohlman Produced by Eric Wilkinson, David Michaels
Written by Jim Robbins
Directed by Jennifer Lynch

Cast: Vincent D'Onofrio, Bill Pullman, French Stewart, Bill Moseley

'Down & Dirty Pictures' - [in Production - Filming TBA]

'Down & Dirty Pictures' - [in Production - Filming TBA]
Vincent......Harvey Weinstein

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