02/21/18 Mail Order Monster "Mom" Makes World Premiere Screening In Berlin

BERLIN -- Clay Epstein’s Film Mode Entertainment announces the World Market Premiere screening and EFM debut of the new family adventure film MAIL ORDER MONSTER. This feature comes at a time where strong roles for women are the focus of the industry, and is certain to wow audiences in Berlin. The premiere screening will took place on Saturday, February 17th in CinemaxX13 to a standing room only.

 

Directed by Paulina Lagudi, this female-driven family adventure showcases a spectacular cast including CHARISMA CARPENTER (EXPENDABLES, ANGEL) and JOSH HOPKINS (QUANTICO, COUGAR TOWN).

 

“Screening for the very first time in Berlin, buyers will have a chance to see that MAIL ORDER MONSTER is a commercially viable film that speaks to the heartbeat of our global culture.” Said Mathilde Epstein, COO of Film Mode Entertainment. “In an age where bullying and adversity for children is so prevalent, and little girls are learning to be empowered, this fresh new feature showcases timely topics that are sure to entice buyers and appeal to viewers alike.”

 

In the film, a twelve-year-old girl played by MADISON HORCHER (ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING) appears to be an easy target for bullying. Sam (HORCHER) seeks the guidance from a robot monster to help cope with the humiliation from her tormentor at school and prevent her father’s new girlfriend from becoming her stepmother.

 

"I feel so blessed to be working with Clay Epstein and the Film Mode Entertainment team on MAIL ORDER MONSTER.” Said Lagudi. “It's great to be working with a team that understands the positive impact a fun, comic book driven, genre film can have on young girls and blended families of today.”

 

“An impactful film like MAIL ORDER MONSTER is one that can not only facilitate very important conversations amongst today's blended families, but also bring a refreshing take on the family adventure film to audiences around the world.” Lagudi continued.

 

As evident with this new title and the reputation of the Film Mode Entertainment team, the company continues to operate as a home for elevated genre and has been helping to pave the way for filmmakers of all kinds in this rapidly changing marketplace. The company further strives to present a variety of commercially viable products that remain true to their key-messaging, continuously filling the hole in the market for films that “raise the genre-bar” and that audiences are yearning to see more of, as proven by recent box-office records, media attention, award shows and major film festivals.

 

“MAIL ORDER MONSTER is a highly relevant film with a focus on strong female characters that interweaves fantasy and real-life in a seamless manner,” Epstein continued.

 

Film Mode Entertainment is representing worldwide rights on the film.

 

Film Mode Entertainment is a leading worldwide sales agent, production entity and distribution company, focusing on commercially driven feature films of all genres and budget sizes. Film Mode represents projects at all stages of the filmmaking process, often as Executive Producer, with the aim of helping producers and distributors achieve maximum exposure for their films. Film Mode’s recent successes include SUGAR MOUNTAIN starring Jason Momoa, THE GOOD NEIGHBOR starring Academy Award nominee, James Caan and GANGSTER LAND starring Sean Faris, Milo Gibson, Jason Patric, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Peter Facinelli. Upcoming releases include THE ESCAPE OF PRISONER 614 starring Golden Globe winner Ron Pearlman and VIKING DESTINY starring Academy Award nominee Terence Stamp. Additional titles include TIFF official selection HUMAN TRACES with Mark Mitchinson and Sophie Henderson and THE GIRL WHO INVENTED KISSING, starring Luke Wilson, Abbie Cornish and Suki Waterhouse. DocMode, Film Mode’s Documentary label was launched to focus on award-winning Documentaries that impact the world. BALLERINA, the first film under the label will have its American debut in 2018. Film Mode is based in Beverly Hills, California.

 

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