FilmWorks Entertainment to Distribute THREE BLIND SAINTS Worldwide
THREE BLIND SAINTS, the family-friendly comedy about three childhood friends scheming to make it big, announced today that it has signed a deal with FilmWorks Entertainment Inc. for worldwide distribution. The U.S. release is set just in time for Thanksgiving and the film will be available on DVD, digital and video-on-demand Nov. 20, 2012. International sales efforts will begin this October at the MIPCOM market, which is held in Cannes, France, Oct. 8-11, 2012.
Endorsed by national radio host Dave Ramsey as "a movie the whole family can watch,"
"Three Blind Saints" is produced by Hungry Horse Media Productions and stars Richard Speight, Jr. (Independence Day, Band of Brothers), Stelio Savante (Ugly Betty), Elijah Rock, Barry Corbin (No Country for Old Men), Murray Gershenz (The Hangover, I Love You, Man), Audrey Matos, and Irma P. Hall (Meet the Browns, Patch Adams).
"Three Blind Saints" is a fun story of three guys whose road trip turns into a jail sentence. Pretending to get saved, their scheme backfires when the judge assigns them to a local church for community service. When corruption is discovered, it's up to the guys to rise to the occasion and prove they have what it takes to do the right thing in this hilarious fish-out-of-water tale.
Executive producer and writer of the film, Steven J. Gray is pleased to partner with FilmWorks Entertainment for distribution. "We're excited to share the fun and inspiring message of this movie with audiences worldwide." Many of Gray's church congregation worked alongside the professional cast and crew from Hollywood for the filming of the movie shot in the Lee's Summit and Kansas City areas.