Monday, August 24, 2015

'The Life and Death of an Unhappily Married Man' to Screen at Indie Gathering Film Festival, Star and Cleveland Native Tommy Beardmore Attending

[Press release from Mickey Wallace.]

Indie film writer-director Josh Hope continues his successful festival run with The Life and Death of an Unhappily Married Man this month at Cleveland’s Indie Gathering Film Festival August 27-30th. The dark comedy stars Tommy Beardmore (Chicago PD, Shameless), Rusty Schwimmer (The Perfect Storm, North Country), D’Arcy Fellona (Gossip Girl), and Robyn Coffin (Chicago Fire).

The film follows a man disillusioned with his failing marriage and dead-end career who abruptly decides to visit his past to figure out where it all went wrong. The Indie Gathering Film Festival will host the award-winning picture where it’s nominated for “Best US Comedy-Drama Feature Film”. Cleveland-native and star of the movie, Tommy Beardmore, will be in attendance to promote the picture. Beardmore recently won Twister Alley Film Festival's Actor of the Year for his work on the movie and is up for Best Actor at Austin Revolution Film Festival where it is featured as the closing film on September 26th.


A winner and nominee to a host of awards, the film gears up for a promising international festival tour this fall traveling through the United States, Canada, and Romania.

Winner: Actor of the Year (Tommy Beardmore), Actress of the Year (Robyn Coffin), Crystal Twister Audience Award (Twister Alley Film Festival)
Nominee: Best U.S. Comedy-Drama Film (Indie Gathering), Best Actor (Tommy Beardmore), Best Actress (Elyse Cantor), Best Director (Josh Hope), Best U.S. Comedy Feature, Best Script (Austin Revolution Film Festival)
Official Selection: NYC Close-Up, Boston Independent, Fly Film Festival, Indie Gathering Int’l Film Festival, Brasov Int’l Film Festival, Austin Revolution Film Festival, Red Dirt Int’l Film Festival, Comedy Cluj Int’l Film Festival, Jersey City Int’l Film Festival, Twister Alley Film Festival – Partial List

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