Sep. 6, 2014 - LANSING, Mich. -- This “Urban American Graffiti” coming-of-age film is filled with Michigan’s rising stars of tomorrow along with some known seasoned vets of the film industry. The film continues a successful theatrical run throughout its home state. This past month, “Ashes” played for several weeks at Celebration Cinema in Lansing and Grand Rapids, chosen by Celebration Cinema’s Programming Director, Ron VanTimmeran as part of Grand Rapids’ Woodland theater’s “Summer Indie Series”, playing alongside several Independent Film giants such as “Chef” starring Jon Faverau and “Locke” starring Tom Hardy.
“We’re proud to have had our Michigan-Made film participate in the Summer Indie Series. The films were chosen based on their overall-quality and power of their storytelling.” – DJ Perry, Producer/Co-Star
Ashes will premiere in Emagine Theater’s Novi and Canton locations beginning September 19th for a 10 day run. Tickets will be available online at http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/coming-soon and at the door. Check website for upcoming show times.
“I am absolutely thrilled to have our film play at Emagine Theaters. Our fans from the Detroit area have been asking for it and our partnership with the Arcangelo Entertainment and Emagine will provide a great movie experience for our fans.” - Shane Hagedorn-Director, Producer
The film will continue to book theatrical dates in the USA before releasing domestically to the television and domestic home video market 1st quarter of 2015. This deal is in the final stages of negotiations and will be released in the coming weeks.