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pba   Friday, 01/30/15 08:18:14 AM
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The Algerian 2015 Official Extended Trailer with Festival Wins
THE ALGERIAN will have a theatrical release on the BIG SCREEN across North America this Spring, complete with a new 5.1 Dolby sound mix and new final color correction. Even if you've seen The Algerian before, you've never experienced it like this!
We recently signed a world-wide distribution deal with Hannover House/Medallion Releasing, which will place The Algerian in theatres across American cities. At present, those cities include New York, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Cedar Rapids, Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Additional U.S. cities may be added in the coming weeks. A European and Australian release will follow after the N. American release. Dates and theatre locations will be posted on our website, and a full schedule will be e-mailed as soon as available.
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See Ben Youcef's interview on Swedish National T.V. Program "Kobra": http://www.svt.se/kobra/19-nov
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See Writer/Director Giovanni Zelko's interview on the Hollywood Film Festival red carpet by Jacelyn Holmes for Real TV Films:

If you haven't already read the article by the Huffington Post regarding 'The Algerian' movie. You can still read it by clicking on the following link: http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5980576

The Algerian WINS at the Maverick Movie Awards:
Winner: Best Original Score (James Bartlett)
Winner: Best Stunts (Ray Velazquez)
These two exciting wins are "new" categories for The Algerian, making them that more valuable. They represent two extremely important elements to the continued success of The Algerian's ability to touch audiences in a realistic way, which has certainly helped the film win it's many other awards, bringing the total wins to an impressive 17. The Producers collectively thank both Ray and James for lending their tremendous talents in helping to make The Algerian a special film.
The fight and knife stunts in The Algerian were designed, choreographed and taught by the incredibly talented Mr. Ray Velazquez who worked with Director Giovanni Zelko to transform the black and white words of the screenplay into dynamic and visceral action scenes. Mr. Velazquez, an expert martial artist, spent months training and rehearsing with actor's Ben Youcef, Giovanni Zelko, Giorgio Kokosan and Travis "X" to safely teach them the complex and powerful hand-to-hand combat as well as dangerous knife fighting scenes in a very real and dynamic way. The actors must also be given tremendous credit as great pupils who trained very hard leading right up to filming on set. The fact that the actors all agreed to perform their own stunts made the action scenes that more believable. For the record, the actors bled and were bruised for their craft, a sign of true dedication.
Enough cannot be said about the beautiful original music composed and performed by the talented James Bartlett, who spent a year working on the film while simultaneously pursuing his academic career...as a high-school student. James's original music beat out 7 other feature film scores nominated in the Maverick Movie Awards out of hundreds of films submitted for competition, making his win extremely impressive, especially since this is his first feature film composed on his own. James's stamina and ability to work with Director Giovanni Zelko over twelve months of meetings and notes to create the musical landscape that The Algerian inhabits is truly commendable. While James played piano and guitar for his original score, his team included live percussions and flute by Ron Bartlett, a live 12 person choir arranged and conducted by Ida Fahl in Stockholm, and additional Oud music arranged and performed by Dimitris Mahlis. Fat-Sound Studios in Los Angeles did a tremendous job in recording and mixing the score, with additional mixing by Sebastian Lonberg for the live choir and Oud pieces. Experiencing James's original music during the film in a Dolby theatre is truly a magical experience, but listening to it on its own has its own magic. Have a listen for yourself and pass it on to your friends:

Los Angeles Downtown Film Festival Q&A: http://youtu.be/uphn1LfVywM

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