Sonoma, CA, March 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- “Lost & Found” stars Justin Kelly (Nickoldeon’s “Degrassi: TNG”, Benjamin Stockham (NBC’s “About a Boy”), Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), and Jason Patric (“Lost Boys”, “Narc”).
After enjoying sold out screenings in Sedona and Sun Valley, “Lost & Found” is thrilled to be a part of The Sonoma International Film Festival, celebrating the best in film, food, wine and spirits. Considered one of the nation’s top destination film festivals, SIFF presents over 100 films shown at 6 venues, all within walking distance from Sonoma’s historic plaza -- dubbed SIFF VILLAGE -- in the heart of California Wine Country and will host nearly 200 filmmakers from around the world.
Sent to spend the summer with their uncle on a remote island, young brothers Andy and Mark learn that their eccentric grandfather once owned the island, but vanished without a trace taking with him the secret to a vast fortune.
Delving into the mysterious past of the island, the brothers discover that their grandfather designed a complex treasure hunt, a hunt that could lead to unimaginable wealth and heal their broken family – if they can find it in time. Sinister forces also search for the money and will stop at nothing to keep the boys from their quest.
As the adventure unfolds, the boys learn that the bonds of family are the most valuable riches of all, and that some family secrets can’t stay buried forever.
“Lost & Found” is the first film for Jason Patric since his personal legal battle for custody of his son. He brings a deeply heartfelt performance of a man struggling with his own demons and the effects it has on his family. The film is graced by a delightfully devilish performance by Cary Elwes as the slick smooth talking villain and Benjamin Stockham’s performance as the puckishly fun and delightful younger brother is a scene-stealer. The cast is lead by up and comer Justin Kelly who brings a determined focus of talent and charisma to the film’s central character.
The film is making its festival run throughout the Spring and is scheduled for wide release in late Summer 2016.
Please contact us to coordinate and interview or appearance today. Writer/ Director Joseph Itaya and Writer Erik Cardona will be available live at the festival. Phone Interviews are available as well.
To learn more about “Lost & Found” go to www.lostandfoundfilm.net
To view the trailer go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hkyhA5eA4M
“Lost & Found” will screen at The Sonoma International Film Festival on Friday April 1st at 9:45am at Vet’s Hall, screen 2 and Sunday, April 3rd at 5pm at Andrews Hall.
“Lost & Found” is produced by Enlighten Entertainment Group and Sure Crossing Films and is being distributed by Voltage Pictures and Arc Entertainment. Copyright owned by Lost & Found Film, LLC.