John Murlowski to Helm Cartel Pictures' CRIMES OF MIND

By: Jun. 17, 2013
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John Murlowski will direct the upcoming film "Crimes of Mind" for Cartel Pictures and Odyssey Media, Inc. as part oftheir multi-picture deal. Film is being produced by Cartel Pictures' Stan Spry and Eric Woods and Odyssey Media Inc.'s Kirk Shaw and Devi Singh.

"Crimes of MInd" is based on the true story of Carolyn Raeburn and her daughter Laura. Carolyn's Raeburn's daughter, Laura, graduated from High School at the age of 16. Laura was bright, popular and enthusiastic about the future, but the summer before she was to begin college, an event occurred changing forever the lives of her and her family. Laura visited a boarding ranch in the country to learn horseback riding. And there, she entered a world dominated by a strange and fearsome woman who took control of Laura's mind. She was groomed to replace the woman's dead daughter. Carolyn spent the next five years of her life, much of her sanity and more than half a million dollars to get her daughter back.

John Murlowski is an established and esteemed director, writer, and cinematogropher. His body of work includes the cult hits "Zombie Hamlet" and "Black Cadillac". John has also directed films like "Christmas Mail", "Freeway Killer", "A Golden Christmas", "Contagion", "Cop Dog" and "Nowhere to Hide" just to name a few.

The team at Cartel Pictures have been involved in such films as "Out of Reach", "Defending Santa", "Sink Hole", "Dracano", "Sand Sharks", "The Wedding Pact", "Dragon Wasps", "Guns, Girls, & Gambling", "The Terror Experiment", and "The Next Race". Odyssey Media Inc., with offices in Vancouver B.C. and Brisbane Australia, opened its doors in 2010 as a leading entertainment company specializing in film and television production financing and packaging. The company's recent production resume includes the Australian shot feature films, "Bad Karma" starring Ray Liotta and "Deception" starring Cuba Gooding Jr.


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