EVARB, Young-Adult Driven Indie Seeks Distribution.
EVARB, Film Details
Director: Tonya Bredamus
Release Date: 4 November 2016 (USA)
Release Format: TBA
MPAA Rating: N/A
Running Time: 1h 5min
3 children who, while cleaning an attic, stumble upon a secret passageway that transports them across realms to a land called EVARB. While in EVARB they meet up with a group of children who are natives of EVARB. The leaders of the group tell them of a prophecy fortelling of the arrival of 3 children who have the power to pull the mysterious diamonds from the ground. However, every EVARBIAN who has tried to remove the diamonds have become Regnads, which endanger the three kids and the band of orphaned EVARBIANS. Unknown to the children, every 100 years scientists send 3 gifted children to the land of EVARB in order to study their brains in an effort to create the perfect world leader. Will the children succeed in finding and removing the diamonds and will they ever make it home?
EVARB is an endeavor unlike any in the indie film circuit. The production is the work of thirteen-year-old Audrey Hope. Hope directed and wrote the screenplay to this magical fantasy. Hope also structured TBE Studios, the production company behind the film. The company was founded in February 2016. TBE Studios not only released the film but are now drafting an immediate sequel.
These accomplishments are impressive, goal ambitious. Yet, Hope’s film does not have structured distribution platforms in place. This despite the recent premiere of at Hollywood Cinema in Martinsville, Virginia. TBE Studios are looking for both global distribute and financing for the sequel.
“This is the best quality local film I’ve seen….”
Charles Roark, Star News anchor
“I appreciated that Hope handled gore in a tasteful manner and that she represented the community well,”
Jennifer Doss, Martinsville Director of Tourism
“I’ve always had a passion for storytelling….”
“I love technology, reading, and acting, and I’ve been writing and directing plays for my family and friends for as long as I can remember.”
Audrey Hope Director, Writer