Local movie Brother’s Keeper to air Nov. 1

Published 12:39am Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Desert Wind Films announces the release of the powerful new film Brother’s Keeper, a compelling story of revenge and forgiveness. The film is set to release on Nov. 1 in exclusive markets, including Tallahassee, Fla., at the AMC Tallahassee Mall 20 at 2415 N. Monroe St. Tallahassee. Interviews with the executive producer, directors and cast members will be shown as a preview to the Tallahassee showing.
Executive produced by Steven Camp & directed by Joshua Mills and TJ Amato, the cast of Brother’s Keeper includes Alex & Graham Miller, Daniel Samonas (iCarly, Wizards of Waverly Place), Michael Rooker, Noelle Coet, MacKenzie Mauzy, W. Earl Brown, Robyn Lively and country music artist Travis Tritt.
The film, a Mills/Amato/Camp Production, follows the story of two orphaned identical twins, Peter and Andy.
Their differences set them apart as they near their high school graduation with Pete planning to marry Maggie, the love of his life and head to seminary, while Andy has no plans or direction for his life. In a cruel twist of fate, Pete finds himself locked away in prison on trumped-up charges, leading the brothers to different paths of vengeance. Desert Wind Films is committed to the creation of commercially successful motion pictures of the highest quality that explore, educate, entertain and challenge. Brother’s Keeper is the company’s premier film release. For more information on Desert Wind Films, visit http://www.desertwindfilms.com/home.
Desert Wind Studios has chosen to release Brother’s Keeper through a new movie ticket reservation platform and film distribution company called Seatzy™ (www.seatzy.com/brotherskeeper). Seatzy allows moviegoers to participate in the process of supporting the films they love by getting ticket reservations in early and assuring the film will play in the theater closest to them.
For information about Brother’s Keeper and to watch the movie trailer, visit seatzy.com/main/moviedetail/brothers-keeper.

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