On January 16th MindSmack Productions (Now Nimble Division) executive produced film ‘LITTLE ACCIDENTS’ was released in 20 markets across the U.S. It made its N.Y.C. premiere at Cinema Village in Union Square with a 7:05 PM screening and continued to screen throughout the following week!
Tickets sales were brisk and opening night was a complete sell out.
The film centers on the unlikely relationships that develop after a child goes missing in a small mining town still suffering from a horrific coal mine accident. When Diane’s (Elizabeth Banks) husband Bill (Josh Lucas) becomes distant after their son’s disappearance, she finds herself drawn to the lone surviving coal miner Amos (Boyd Holbrook). Processing his own guilt over the missing boy, classmate Owen (Jacob Lofland) befriends Diane despite all his better instincts. As the web of secrets thickens, Amos must choose whether to side with the miners or the management.
The film was written and directed by Sara Colangelo and developed in Sundance Institute’s Writers’ Lab. This work perfectly encapsulates a beautifully dark story about truth and its consequences. It was an official selection at Sundance 2014 and was picked up for U.S. distribution by Amplify.
Executive Producer and MindSmack Productions (Now, Nimble Division) partner Mike Feuer couldn’t be happier with the final result, and couldn’t be happier with the weeklong premiere: “It has been a long road and we are thrilled to have had the film’s N.Y.C. debut at Cinema Village!”
This post originally appeared on mindsmack.tv.