GoDigital releasing ‘Cut to Black’ on VOD and digital platforms Dec 3rd

By Insurgent Pictures LLC. on November 22, 2013 | Category: News |

GoDigital Media will release the Insurgent Pictures production ‘Cut to Black’ on VOD and digital platforms Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013.

Upon initial release It will be available in millions of homes via Cable/Sat/IPTV VOD (Charter, Verizon FiOS, AT&T U-Verse etc.) as well as the below confirmed platforms.

Amazon Instant Video
Google Play
iTunes (pre-order date 11/22)
YouTube Movies

Additional platforms will be announced as they are confirmed.

‘Cut to Black’ Theatrical Premiere in NYC

By Insurgent Pictures LLC. on October 9, 2013 | Category: News |

Insurgent Pictures’ award-winning thriller ‘Cut to Black’ will premiere at New York City’s Cinema Village on Friday, October 18th. The third feature from writer/director/actor Dan Eberle, Cut to Black won the Audience Award at the 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival, and just came off the 23rd annual Arthouse Film Festival’s Filmmaker’s Symposium, featured alongside some of the biggest independent films of the year.

More information on the Cut to Black premiere can be found at the show page on the Cinema Village website.
Cut to Black – Trailer

‘Cut to Black’ Wins Audience Award at 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival

By Insurgent Pictures LLC. on June 9, 2013 | Category: News |

Photo credit: Elizabeth O'Connor

‘Cut to Black’ director Dan Eberle and producer Danielle Primiceri accept the Audience Award at the 16th Annual Brooklyn Film Festival!

Read a roundup of all the festival winners on Indiewire.

‘Cut to Black’ in the Hollywood Reporter

By Insurgent Pictures LLC. on June 9, 2013 | Category: News |

“Familiar film-noir tropes are lovingly rehashed to good effect in Dan Eberle’s gritty drama about a disgraced former cop

turned private investigator who seeks moral redemption in a sordid case.”

You can read the entire review at the Hollywood Reporter.

‘Cut to Black’ is Among Village Voice’s Top Festival Picks!

By Insurgent Pictures LLC. on May 29, 2013 | Category: News |

“As in so many noirs, the narrative complexity grows and grows—but, most likely, so will the viewer’s appreciation, especially of Eberle’s evident love of the films that inspired him.”

Read the entire festival roundup at The Village Voice.