May 19, 2017
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Glass Eye Pix heading to Frontiers during the Fantasia Film Fest

 
Filmmakers from around the world gather in Montreal each year with prospective films in tow, hoping that they can find the resources to make their next projects pop up on those screens. The mix of filmmakers is always eclectic and they all come with their own fascinating, crazy and wonderful ideas.
 
The first wave of titles taking part in this year’s co-production market have been announced and as always it is a diverse mix of legends, indie faves and more. King of the zombies, George A. Romero, is making, what I believe, his first appearance in the market. Indie leader Larry Fessenden is back with one of his Glass Eye Pix family members, Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead). LFO‘s Antonio Tublén and Alexandre Brondsted are back with a new project. There are also a handful of filmmakers in the first wave below looking to make their feature debuts. They could be the future leaders of genre and fantastic cinema perhaps?

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This weekend in Cannes, Frontiers will also unveil the Frontières Platform at the Marché du Film, a dedicated section of presentations and networking opportunities for the genre community. Events will include a Proof of Concept Presentation of projects in the late finance & packaging stages, a Buyers Showcase of recently completed or work-in-progress films, and the co-presentation of the Fantastic Fanatics Mixer, a networking cocktail in partnership with genre festivals and markets around the world.


The Restoration at Grayson Manor
(USA)
Director: Glenn McQuaid
Writers: Clay McLeod Chapman (Script), Glenn McQuaid (Story)
Producer: Larry Fessenden (Glass Eye Pix)
August 4, 2016
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Mike Gingold talks “maniac-in-the-woods chiller” THE RANGER

Glass Eye pal Mike Gingold talks THE RANGER in this Fantasia/Frontières exclusive! 

“During this summer’s Frontières International Co-Production Market at Montreal’s Fantasia festival, RUE MORGUE got the chance to chat with several filmmakers who were there pitching ambitious genre projects to potential backers. Among the most notable were Jenn Wexler and Larry Fessenden of Glass Eye Pix, with a unique maniac-in-the-woods chiller called THE RANGER”

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July 25, 2016
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Fantasia wrap up: Frontières showcases film and TV genre gems

Glass Eye Pix returns to the States after a marathon pitch week for its latest project THE RANGER to be directed by Jenn Wexler (producer on DARLING, LIKE ME, PSYCHOPATHS). Screen Daily has the scoop:

“Two hot TV projects, an environmental zombie and an unhinged park ranger were among highlights at the eighth edition of the horror market.

Frontières International Co-Production Market continued to showcase its growth at Fantasia International Film Festival as it kicked off its eighth edition on Thursday [July 21]…

Prolific genre producers Glass Eye Pix showcased The Ranger, the feature directorial debut from Jenn Wexler about a teen punks who come across an “unhinged park ranger with an axe to grind”…”

 

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June 10, 2015
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Just Announced: GEP and Graham Reznick’s THE DESIGNER at Frontières

News just hit that the GEP-produced and Graham Reznick-written/directed THE DESIGNER was invited into Frontières at Fantasia Fest. What is Frontières?

“Frontières is the first and only co-production market to connect North America with Europe in an environment specifically focused on genre film production and financing. Frontières marks its return to Fantasia with an expanded project line-up that will allow more projects to participate in live pitch sessions.”

Twitch has a full list of the second wave of projects heading to Frontières, but be sure to READ ON for the teaser for THE DESIGNER featuring Fessenden!

June 13, 2013
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Fantasia Frontières Projects from Larry Fessenden, etc.

 
Following up the first exciting slate of genre films announced for its Frontières International Co-Production Market, the team behind Montreal’s Fantasia festival has revealed another dozen movies for its Off-Frontières lineup, including titles from some of the indie world’s biggest talents as well as exciting newcomers.
These projects will be unveiled during the Fantasia Industry Rendez-Vous, which involves producers, sales agents, distributors and other film and TV folk from all over the world, and takes place July 25-28 at the festival:
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