January 13, 2011 - Los Angeles, CA - monterey media is pleased to announce the March 22nd DVD and Digital Download release of Looking for Palladin, written and directed by Andrzej Krakowski and featuring Emmy winner and three time Golden Globe nominee Ben Gazzara (Anatomy of a Murder, The Thomas Crown Affair, Buffalo '66), David Moscow (Just Married, Big), two time Academy Award nominee Talia Shire (Rocky, The Godfather), Pedro Armendariz Jr. (Once Upon a Time in Mexico), Angelica Aragon (Bella) and "The Sopranos" Vincent Pastore. The DVD includes a Spanish subtitle option, bonus feature on the making of the film and profiles on the actors.
Following earlier openings in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and others, monterey media extended the major market theatrical release of "Looking for Palladin", adding over 20 cities including Phoenix, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Ft. Lauderdale, Wilmington and Palm Beach opening throughout January and February.
"Looking for Palladin" was crowned Winner of Best Feature Film and Best Director at Queens International Film Festival, Winner of Best Feature Film and Best Ensemble Cast at Orlando Hispanic Film Festival, and Winner of Best Production Company at the Napa/Sonoma Wine Country Film Festival. The film was also screened as an Official Selection at Cine World Film Festival, Maine International Film Festival, and the Chicago Latino International Film Festival.
About "Looking for Palladin"
Arrogant Hollywood talent agent, Josh Ross (David Moscow), is sent to Guatemala to find Jack Palladin (Ben Gazzara). Although they'd never met, the search is emotionally complicated as the long-time retired star was once married to Josh's late mother. The young agent's contempt for the 'old'actor mirrors his comedic distaste for the local community, whose help he desperately needs to find him. What Josh hopes will be a quick and lucrative deal turns into a soul-searching journey.
"The film is absorbing and offbeat; a gem!"-Jeffrey Lyons, KNBC
" ...a breath of fresh air. It deserves to be seen by the masses. And, hopefully, it will. It centers on real people and their introspective on the importance and appreciation of relationships and family"-FilmThreat
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