Breaking Glass Pictures has presented for the first time via their new social network platform, The Fields, available for instant rental and download. This award winning title is now instantly available at: The Fields Movie
Set in 1973, The Fields is an intense tale based on a true and gripping story of a young boy and his family terrorized by an unseen presence in their Pennsylvania cornfields. Mixing elements of the horror, thriller, and gothic genres, it combines an unpredictable plotline and shocking ending, keeping audiences continually in suspense. Acclaimed stars Cloris Leachman & Tara Reid produce chilling performances that have added to the festival circuit award wins (Best Feature Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress, Best Director).
“By using this new technology within our platform everyone can watch quality streaming directly on their iPhone, iPad, computer, television or even on Facebook” said Richard Wolff, Breaking Glass Pictures CEO.
The technology is territory specific and provides SD/HD streaming and download directly to the public and embeddable on Facebook, Twitter, WordPress and Tumblr. All for the small cost of USD $4.99 for rent and USD $12.99 download to own.
Wolff is eager to give back to those who have contributed to Breaking Glass’ success. “In today’s age, everything is on the Internet. From sites like Indiewire to Facebook, Twitter and the countless critics and bloggers that sacrifice their time to support our catalog, everyone contributes.”
Description: Steven is a young boy sent to live in the Pennsylvania countryside with his grandparents while his mother (Tara Reid, American Pie) and father work through their marital troubles. Though his grandmother (Academy/Emmy Award winner Cloris Leachman) and grandfather are happy to host him, they warn Steven not to enter the cornfields next to their house. Meanwhile, Steven hears news of the notorious Manson family and their gruesome killing spree. He develops a morbid fascination with the murderous cult and at the same time he can’t help but be drawn into the mysterious cornfields. Eventually he goes against his grandparents’ wishes and enters the fields — where he finds a dead body, though no one believes him. Then, menacing noises begin haunting the family from outside at night and the two family dogs go missing. Though Steven’s family tries to protect him, whatever’s lurking in the fields is about to make their lives a living nightmare.
- Erie Film Festival – Won Best Directors, Best Actress for Leachman
- Terror Film Festival – Won Best Feature, Best Actress for Leachman, Best Emerging Actor for Ormond
- Philadelphia Terror Film Festival – Won Best Picture, Sound Design, Score, Emerging Actor for Ormond
- Buffalo Niagara Film Festival – Won Best Picture
About Breaking Glass Pictures: Founded in 2009 by Richard Wolff and Richard Ross – two entertainment industry veterans – Breaking Glass Pictures is a cutting edge, globally connected media company based in Philadelphia, PA. It focuses on the distribution of films that push the envelope.
With its three film labels: Breaking Glass Pictures, QC Cinema, and Vicious Circle Films, the company takes a targeted approach to the independent, LGBT, documentary, and horror genres. In addition to theatrical, Blu-ray/DVD and VOD releases, Breaking Glass also takes many of their titles overseas, acting as international sales agent at film markets and negotiations, with strong ties in Australia, the UK, France, Germany, and Asia. Thirty Breaking Glass titles were represented at the Cannes Film Festival this year.
Since opening their doors, Breaking Glass Pictures has released more titles (averaging four a month) than the vast majority of its contemporaries. With a packed release schedule through the upcoming months, the company is expanding and gaining notoriety as it moves toward its fourth year of operation. Fans of movies that offer truly independent content have a new, dependable source for quality cinema, and thanks to the company’s commitment to Philadelphia, the film industry may have to put the city on the map as fertile ground for a new film market.
Check it out: The Fields Movie