Gravitas Ventures Brings DAYS OF POWER to VOD/Digital Audiences

Gravitas Ventures Brings DAYS OF POWER to VOD/Digital Audiences

Realize Productions the studio behind "Foreclosure Dogs," and "Beyond The Bombs," a division of Realize Studios, has inked a domestic distribution deal with Gravitas Ventures to bring their new thriller Days of Power to over 100 VOD/Digital platforms in the US. The film will begin a limited theatrical run in select cities to coincide with the VOD/Digital release scheduled for February 20th, 2018.

The film stars a number of acclaimed actors and animal advocates including Oscar®-nominee Eric Roberts ("The Dark Knight," "Runaway Train"), Eliza Roberts ("Animal House," "Doctor Who"), Simone Reyes ("Running Russell Simmons," "Cemetery High"), award-winner Jenny Hutton ("Boderna Fluff," "Forgotten Kingdom: Genesis"), award-winning musician/actors Paul Lewis ("Radio Gods," "Foreclosure Dogs") and Keaton Simons ("The Legends of Nethiah," "Feast"), and comedian/actors Mark Riccadonna ("Radio Gods," "The Devil's Tree") and Missy Grynkiewicz ("Foreclosure Dogs"), Robert Venable ("Lady Peacock," "Nashville"), Lara WOLF ("Blindspot," "Blue Bloods"), Alyssa Lee Lewis ("Spring Awakening," "Foreclosure Dogs"), Dominic Ryan Gabriel ("Bomb City," American Bred"), Emily Norcia ("The DUFF," "Swamp Murders"), and Dave Roberts ("Orange is the New Black").

"We are excited to be working with Gravitas Ventures on the release of Days of Power; the company's reputation and indie spirit felt like the perfect partner to help us reach a mass audience," stated Days of Power Co-Producer Alysia Reid.

Days of Power tells the story of a Swiss pop star who disappears while on tour, along with her assistant, backup singer, and drummer; they find themselves kidnapped, hidden within a concealed puppy mill industry. The film, written and produced by Michel Grey ("Trinity Rising," "Foreclosure Dogs," and "Beyond The Bombs"), and the directorial debut from Jason Pagnoni, was inspired by actual events.

"The general public, for the most part, is completely uninformed about the shocking reality of puppy mills and do not even realize that these facilities or this industry exist. The film is designed to inspire people to start adopting and to give insight into this little-known industry. I believe if people understood what was happening behind closed doors the demand would cease to exist, ultimately ending the supply," states Days of Power writer/producer Michel Grey.

The film has received incredible support from multiple rescue groups and animal rights organizations around the country including: Rescue Ohio English Bulldogs, Pacc911, Paws New England, Barcs, Faithful Friends Animal Society, and SPCA of Tennessee.
Days of Power Director Jason Pagnoni says, "The challenge was to ensure that as we pulled back the layers to this facade delving deeper with our main characters into the realities of these vile acts that we created a provocative and hard-hitting film that melds both fact and fiction in a way that these atrocities can be exposed to a more commercial and viably, larger audience to make the most impact and difference."

The deal was negotiated by Josh Spector on behalf of Gravitas Ventures and Jeff Goldman of Cardinal XD on behalf of the filmmakers.

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