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The Pineville Heist

Synopsis: 

Seventeen year old Aaron stumbles into the aftermath of a five million dollar bank heist gone wrong. Hiding under a canoe, Aaron partially catches the murder of one of the robbers. In the chaos he sneaks away with the money and heads straight for the closest place of safety, his high school. Terrified, Aaron tells his shocking tale to Amanda Becker, his drama teacher, but it doesn't take long for one of the psychotic robbers to show up. In the locked down school the pair are relentlessly pursued in a quest to get the money back and wipe out the evidence. 

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01:20:00

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LEE CHAMBERS, a film production graduate from Leeds Metropolitan University in the UK, has worked in England and Los Angeles writing and directing drama shorts, music videos and commercials. He produced and directed a series of film under his Make It Short Film Project banner that included Executive Producer support from David Cronenberg, Paul Haggis and Roger Corman. His last short film was selected by over 45 film festivals and snagged 14 awards and nominations including a Directors Guild of Canada Ontario nomination. Recent work includes Associate producing duties on 'The Reckoning' and 'Cyborg X'. 'The Pineville Heist' marks his directorial debut in dramatic feature films.

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Directed by: 
Lee Chambers
Writing credits: 
Todd Gordon & Lee Chambers
Cast: 
stars PRESLEY MASSARA, PRISCILLA-ANNE FORDER, CARL BAILEY, DARRYL DOUGHERTY, WAYNE V. JOHNSON, JACOB BROWN and BASIL HOFFMAN
Produced by: 
Lee Chambers
Music by: 
Fabio Acri
Cinematography by: 
David Le May
Film Editing by: 
Regg Skwarko
Casting by: 
Lee Chambers
Production Design by: 
Sarah Furlotte
Art Direction by: 
Zack Bryson Kristine Kleist
Set Decoration by: 
NA
Costume Design by: 
NA
Makeup Department: 
Sara Law
Production Management: 
NA
Release Date: 
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Official sites: 
www.pinevilleheist.com
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