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PENDRAGON PICTURES - Entertainment Company formed in 1999 by movie director TImothy Hines, producer/songwriter Susan Goforth and producer/actor Donovan Le. Pendragon Pictures has produced and marketed multiple feature films through distributors including Universal Home Entertainment, Broadgreen Pictures, Lighthouse Home Entertainment, Dubai Media Inc. Encore Entertainment, WalMart, Vudu, TriCoast Worldwide, iTunes and Amazon Prime. The team's latest film, joining forces with executive producer Dominick Martini and producer Greg Kritikos with their School Of Old Media Entertainment, is Charlie Boy, a new comedy movie about a gangster turned good, directed by Timothy Hines, starring Greg Kritikos, Joanne Scorcia with Kelly Le Brock and Burt Young. Completed.
Prior productions include 10 DAYS IN A MADHOUSE - THE NELLIE BLY STORY. Starring Caroline Barry, Christopher Lambert, Kelly Le Brock, Julia Chantrey, Alexandra Kallas. PREMIERE - GEENA DAVIS' Bentonville Film Festival for Women and Diversity, Cannes Marché du film during the Cannes Film Festival in May. 3rd trending film on the Internet during Cannes. In US Theaters November 11th, 2015 for 19 weeks. On all VOD worldwide streaming Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Googleplay, etc.
Produced WAR OF THE WORLDS THE TRUE STORY, theatrically released, critically acclaimed 85th Oscar contender.
"Hugely inventive and ambitious…packed with a truly impressive and clever mix of editing, special effects, visual artistry and offbeat storytelling."
- Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times
"Carries the suspense and drama of both the 1953 movie and Spielberg’s 2005 version but in a more realistic manner through its documentary style."
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Award-winning filmmaker Timothy Hines is best known for his ahead-of-the-curve feminist drama 10 Days In A Madhouse - the Nellie Bly Story and the most beloved H.G. Wells faithfully-adapted scifi film War Of The Worlds The True Story. A true renaissance man, Hines’ expertise in all areas of filmmaking has made him a part of many significant movie projects as the unseen fixer brought on to get movies back on production track and edited to successful completion. In partnership with School of Old, Hines edited, photographed and directed Charlie Boy as well as having written the film’s narration and additional scenes and scenarios. His next projects include the fantasy drama Earth Angel and scifi series Chrome.
Susan Goforth is a producer, actress, singer, songwriter best known for War Of The Worlds The True Story and 10 Days In A Madhouse, one of Variety’s top trending movies. She is a magna cum laude graduate of The Boston Conservatory at Berklee, has toured extensively in Broadway musicals and shows, and has performed in hundreds of commercials and industrials. Goforth produced and cast the upcoming comedy Charlie Boy and wrote the movie’s theme song Tomorrow’s Today (Theme Song from “Charlie Boy”) guaranteed to put a smile on your face and a hug in your heart every time you hear it. Tomorrow's Today is available at all major music outlets.
Kelly Le Brock as Donna on location in New York City in TImothy Hines' Charlie Boy.
Pendragon Picrtures producer Susan Goforth (L) with stand-up comedian, actor, Chris D'Elia and stand up comic headliner and co-star of Charlie Boy Joanne Scorcia at the Comedy Store.
Above: Director Timothy Hines chats with 10 Days in a Madhouse star Caroline Barry (Nellie Bly) and modern day Nellie Bly, Peabody Awardwinner, Soledad O'Brien at Geena Davis' Bentonville Film Festival. 10 DAYS IN A MADHOUSE - THE NELLIE BLY STORY played a a sold out premiere @ BFF.
Director Timothy Hines on the set of CHARLIE BOY.
Pictured: Timothy Hines directing a scene from 10 Days in a Madhouse with Christopher Lambert and Saskia Larsen.
Director Timothy Hines (L) attends the New theatrical Premiere of 10 Days in a Madhouse with Christopher Lambert (R) and his daughter (C) Eleanor Lambert.
(L) Christopher Lambert and his daughter Eleanor
attend the New York theatrical Premiere of Timothy Hines'
10 Days in a Madhouse.
On location in Astoria, Queens, New York with director TImothy HInes (L), Academy Award Nominee Burt Young (LC), stand up comic and star of CHARLIE BOY, Greg Kritikos (RC) and executive producer Dominick Martini.
Donovan Le is a producer and actor, known for War Of The Worlds The True Story, Chrome, Earth Angel and 10 Days In A Madhouse and was Kelly Le Brock's production liaison. Over his career he has produced and overseen a variety of commercial successes, including War Of The Worlds The True Story. Le acts regularly in productions for Microsoft, has coordinated stunts for multiple feature films. Le has a background as a restaurant entrepreneur and real estate developer. Whether it be from in front of or behind the camera, Le has been a pivotal creative force in film and television.
Pendragon Pictures has joined forces with School Of Old
to create the comedy feature film CHARLIE BOY
School of Old - Principals
Dominick Martini is a founder of School of Old Media Entertainment and Executive Producer of Charlie Boy. Most recently he executive produced the motion picture Brawler, starring Zach McGowan, Amy Smart and Joe Pantoliano, and Rich Boy Rich Girl starring C. Thomas Howell. Martini has a background in heading corporate security and real estate development before he moved into motion picture production and acting; his two passions alongside of being a major football fan of the Dallas Cowboys.
Greg Kritikos is a founder of School of Old Media Entertainment and co-wrote the screenplay Charlie Boy with Frederick Stroppel, which is loosely based on events from Greg’s life. As a producer at Legendary Entertainment Greg produces and tours nationally in stand-up comedy shows specializing in finding humor in personal tragedy. Recently he headlined the sold-out show Brothers From Other Mothers at Dangerfield’s. He currently is playing to sold-out audiences in New York with his third one-man show Sober is the New High. Greg frequently headlines at The Broadway Comedy Club and Caroline's and is a regular guest on John Fugelsang’s SiriusXM show Tell Me Everything.
Director Timothy Hines shooting a green screen insert scene for !0 Days In A Madhouse on Los Angeles stages.(C) 10 Days In A Madhouse star Caroline Barry as Nellie Bly, (L) Kelly Le Brock as Nurse Grant.
Timothy Hines' 10 Days in A Madhouse was the opening film at Geena Davis' inaugural Bentonville Film Festival (now in its 5th year) for Women and Diversity sponsored by WalMart, Universal, Paramount, Sony and Disney.
Cannes 2015 (l) 10 Days In A Madhouse premiere press conference with star Caroline Barry and director Timothy on the terrace at the Palais du Festival. 10 Days In A Madhouse opened in US Theaters November 11th, 2015. Starring Caroline Barry, Christopher Lambert, Julia Chantrey, (Mean Girls), Kelly Le Brock, Alexandra Callas.
Director Timothy Hines and star Caroline Barry at the Cannes premiere of 10 Days in a Madhouse - The Nellie Bly Story.
"This Movie Is A Must See."
"Barry Is Instantly Magnetic As Bly."
"Hines does A great job showing how grotesque and abusive the conditions really were."
"it isn't just strawberries, it's strawberries with cream, served during Wimbledon!"
"Lavish devotion to detail and it pays off!"
"One of the most fascinating cinematic experiences I've encountered!"
Star Caroline Barry on the red carpet
at Cannes for the premiere of Timothy Hines' 10 Days in a Madhouse.
In September of 2001, Pendragon Pictures was about to embark on a $42 million tech industry financed live action production of War Of The Worlds with an all star cast. The events of September 11th shut down the production and it was eventually re-envisioned as the critically acclaimed WAR OF THE WORLDS THE TRUE STORY.
"There have been numerous other translations of Wells’ novel, even a 1988 short lived TV series, but of all the ones I have seen the only two—yes, only two—I find worthy of repeated viewings is the ’53 film and this new 2013 docudrama."