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New Caribbean Film “Out The Gate” Hollywood Premiere January 13, 2011

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The Hollywood premiere for the feature film ³Out The Gate² is officially announced for January 13th, 2011 at the Royal Theatre in Los Angeles.  The stars of the film are scheduled to attend the red carpet event. Limited seats will be available to the public. Special Q & A session with cast and directors will follow the screening.

The urban action/drama stars Paul Campbell (Shottas, First Sunday, Dancehall Queen), Oliver Samuels (Oliver at Large, The Mighty Quinn), Shelli Boone (Holla), and reggae dancehall artist Everton E-Dee Dennis. Directed by The Village Brothers, a directing duo that consists of R. Steven Johnson and Qmillion in their first joint effort.

The motion picture tells the story of Everton, (Everton Dennis) who after a turn of unfortunate events, leaves his home of Jamaica to try and make it in the music business in America. Struggles and perseverance lead to love and success, but it is all threatened when the Don of LA (Paul Campbell) wants his dues. The urban action/drama is also booked for showings at Laemmle¹s Sunset 5 in West Hollywood on January Friday 14th, and Saturday 15th.

The independently financed film was produced by Far I Films under a SAG Indie agreement, and was shot on location in Clarendon, Jamaica and Los Angeles. Exclusive engagements are currently being planned for Jamaica, New York, Toronto, Miami and London.

The energetic reggae and hip-hop soundtrack to the musically driven picture features new and previously recorded music from artists the likes of Beenie Man, Jadakiss, Turbulence, Styles P, Mr Lexx, and more. Qmillion, who has contributed music to many studio pictures including Center Stage 2, The Sweetest Thing, White Men Cant Jump, and The Five Heartbeats, composed the film¹s score.

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