[News] Kevin Tran’s THE DARK END OF THE STREET Arrives On VOD August 11

[News] Kevin Tran's THE DARK END OF THE STREET Arrives On VOD August 11
Courtesy of Gravitas Ventures
The acclaimed dark drama, THE DARK END OF THE STREET, is being released by Gravitas Ventures on Video On Demand nationwide next Tuesday, August 11, 2020.

Set in an idyllic, suburban community where someone is killing other residents’ pets, THE DARK END OF THE STREET focuses on several characters over the course of one long night: a lonely woman mourning her dog, the culprit committing the violent acts, an overly concerned family man, and restless teenagers. And over this night, their worlds will intertwine in ways none of them ever could have expected.

This unique, daring indie drama, which earned raves at The DC Independent Film Festival and New Filmmakers NY, explores the insecurities, fears, and anxiety surrounding everyday middle-class lives – forcing its characters to find connections beyond their own backyards.

THE DARK END OF THE STREET stars Scott Friend (Union Bridge), Lindsay Burdge (The Invitation), Brooke Bloom (Marriage Story), Jim Parrack (“True Blood”), Michael Cyril Creighton (Game Night), Jennifer Kim (She Dies Tomorrow), Daniel K. Isaac (“Billions”), Anthony Chisholm (“Wu-Tang: An American Saga”, and Rod Luzzi (The Devil Incarnate).

It is written and directed by Kevin Tran.

Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company, is a leading all rights distributor of independent feature films and documentaries. Founded in 2006, Gravitas connects independent filmmakers and producers with distribution opportunities across the globe. Working with talented directors and producers, Gravitas Ventures has distributed thousands of films into over a hundred million homes in North America – over one billion homes worldwide. Recent releases include Armstrong, directed by David Fairhead; Above the Shadows staring Olivia Thirlby, Megan Fox and Jim Gaffigan; The River and the Wall, directed by Ben Masters; Score: A Film Music DocumentaryCalifornia Typewriter; Legion of Brothers; Katie Holmes’ feature directorial debut; All We Had, Colin Hanks’ All Things Must Pass; and Being Evel from Academy Award-winning director Daniel Junge and producer Johnny Knoxville.

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