Wednesday, October 19, 2016



Enderby Entertainment's genre division to produce and finance project; Outsider Pictures selling international territories at AFM

Enderby Entertainment announced today that their genre division Tony-Seven Films has set a cast and director for the film A HAUNTING AT SILVER FALLS II, and will go into production in Oregon this December.  The film will be directed by Teo Konuralp (STREET RACER, FEEDBACK) and was written by Jesse Reffsin. The project is a follow up to the successful A HAUNTING AT SILVER FALLS, which gained an extensive online fan base from teenage bloggers, prompting a sequel.

The film will be produced by Katarina Ireland, in association with Enderby Entertainment's genre division Tony-Seven Films and Outsider Pictures. Rick Dugdale, Daniel Petrie, Jr. and Paul Hudson are Executive Producers. Outsider will be selling international territories at the upcoming American Film Market.

The logline: Several years after a deadly struggle with her serial killer aunt, Jordan, now in college, works to escape her troubled history. But when her aunt's revenge-seeking specter surfaces to join forces with a deranged convict, Jordan must return to the haunted town of Silver Falls for a final showdown with the ghosts of her past.

Reffsin was a finalist for the 2013 Austin Film Festival Enderby Entertainment Award with his sci-fi script, Sabria. He's since gone on to write multiple projects for Enderby Entertainment in addition to A HAUNTING AT SILVER FALLS II. On top of his work for film and TV, his upcoming book, Ghost, a collection of illustrated horror stories, is set for release later this month.

"Enderby Entertainment has always been a true champion for screenwriters so we're thrilled that one of our writers from the competition has forged a strong relationship with the company. This is just one of many reasons why Enderby Entertainment, Rick Dugdale, and Daniel Petrie, Jr. are fixtures at AFF and a company to watch out for,"
said Matt Dy, Screenplay Competition Director, Austin Film Festival.

"Enderby's genre division, Tony-Seven Films, is a place where we germinate new filmmakers, and we're proud to bring in Teo and Jesse and give them a home with us.  After taking a few years off the genre label, we're seeing the marketing and distribution trends for the smaller market material starting to rebound and take on a new direction. We're excited to jump back in with this one." said Dugdale.

Enderby Entertainment's latest projects include the political thriller AN ORDINARY MAN starring Ben Kingsley and directed by Brad Silberling, which is in postproduction, and recent releases BLACKWAY starring Anthony Hopkins, Ray Liotta and Julia Stiles, as well as the surfer thriller DAWN PATROL, directed by Daniel Petrie Jr., which stars Scott Eastwood, Jeff Fahey and Rita Wilson.

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