The Odds continues to garner accolades on the film festival circuit. The screenplay was just named to the semi-final rounds of The Southern California Screenplay Competition and we look forward to future announcements as we progress in the competition. The Odds finished principle photography last month and is currently in post-production. Looking forward to release later this year.
Our great thriller "Fogg" selected as finalist by Canada's International Film Festival in "Best American Film" category! Congratulations to writer/director Elvis Wilson and fellow producer and male lead Ryan Wotherspoon - along with our female lead Hayden Lash, Jeremy Childs and our great DP Tamara Reynolds and all of the cast and crew!
Kelly Frey (President of Movie City Films and Film Festival Consortium) was glad to host the joint Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commission and Nashville Film Festival lunch with a distinguished group of China filmmakers and film executives at the City Club in Nashville, with Ted Crockett (Executive Director of the Nashville Film Festival), Deputy Governor Jim Henry, Zhenjiang Ming (Executive President of China Film Producers Association), Yan Xiaoming (Secretary General of the China Film Foundation), Sha LIqiong (Producer of award winning films Flying Arrow and Camel Caravan) and China Delegates, with Bob Raines (Tennessee Film Commissioner), Elvis Wilson (Nashville Filmmaker), George Fang (BDO Los Angeles office), Holly Bell (CFO of Skyway Studio) and Elie Kurtz (BDO Los Angeles office).
Kelly Frey, President of Movie City Films, presented to the Nashville Filmmakers Meetup group on March 20 on Film finance. Mr Frey discussed hidden costs that most indie line producers/UPMs miss on their budgets and the costs to indie filmmakers related to lack of a rating or accepting an R rating
Kelly Frey, President of Movie City Films with Consulate-General of Japan Masami Kinefuchi and former mayor Karl Dean at a reception celebrating the birthday of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan.
Great evening of entertainment by four members of the original cast of the Broadway show "Jersey Boys" benefitting Studio Tenn Youth Theatre. With Kelly Frey and Jersey Boy Jake Speck.