"But who shall dwell in these worlds if they be inhabited?" - Kepler
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
10 DAYS IN A MADHOUSE - US FESTIVAL PREMIERE BENTONVILLE FILM FESTIVAL MAY 5, 9PM.
It Is official. The first US festival premiere of 10 DAYS IN A MADHOUSE will be at the Bentonville Film Festival, to celebrate women and diversity, created by Geena Davis on opening night, May 5th at 9PM!
10 DAYS IN A MADHOUSE- THE NELLIE BLY STORY
A new film festival intended to champion women and diversity in film is coming to Northwest Arkansas this spring.
The Bentonville Film Festival, chaired by Oscar winner Geena Davis, will make its debut on May 5-9 at various locations around Bentonville.
About 75 films will be screened as part of the inaugural event, ranging from studio premiers to independent features and documentaries. The goal of the festival and the newly created Bentonville Film Foundation is to be a positive influence in filmmaking to ensure films represent the national audience and the growing diversity of the U.S. population.
Film director/writer Timothy Hines is a feminist and member of dozens of equal rights groups. Latest feature film 10 DAYS IN A MADHOUSE - THE NELLIE BLY STORY, starring Caroline Barry, Christopher Lambert, Julia Chantrey and Kelly Le Brock. Premiered in US theaters November 11th, 2015. Opens March 4th at the Laemmle NoHo 7 in North Hollywood, CA. Hines previously directed WAR OF THE WORLDS THE TRUE STORY, competed in the 85th Academy Awards. L,A. Times Review: "'Clever like Wells. Truly impressive, Hugely inventive and ambitious." Hollywood Reporter said: "Impressive."
Sacramento Examiner said: "The suspense and drama of the 1953 movie and Speilberg’s 2005 version but in a more realistic manner." Timothy Has been reported on in media sources such as The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, New York Post, Fox News, NBC News, Variety, Forbes, Businessweek, San Francisco Chronicle, SFX Mag, American Screenwriter, Moviemaker Magazine, World Animation News and more.