Dallas, TX, March 15, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The Guinness World Record-breaking, multi-award winning team of filmmakers, CollabFeature, bring their second multi-director feature film “Train Station” to Dallas as part of the theatrical tour that included Berlin, Los Angeles and Chicago after a successful festival run, including five “Best Feature” awards.Watch The Trailer
The film is written and directed by an unprecedented 40 filmmakers from 25 countries, including nine women directors in different continents, making it the first movie in the world to have such accomplishment.
“Train Station” will screen, one night only, at the Latino Cultural Center of Dallas, Wednesday March 22nd at 7:30pm. Doors will open at 6:30pm for a reception. After the screening, CollabFeature cofounder Marty Shea and director and producer, Daniel Montoya from The Indie Mind, will be present for a Q&A session, along with local cast Bob Coonrod and Paul Douglas.
“Train Station” is a universal story of fate, decisions and destiny. It follows a single character, known only as “The Person in Brown,” played by 40 different actors, ranging in age, gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation. Along his/her journey, he/she is presented with a series of choices, some small and some life altering. Every time a choice is made, the film switches to a new cast, a new city, and the same story continues, helmed by a new director. Cities include Berlin, Bogota, Dallas, Detroit, Dubai, Jakarta, Los Angeles, Singapore, Tehran and 20 other cities in five continents.
“Train Station” unites cultures and embraces diversity, breaking language and political barriers, reminding us that we all share a world full of differences, options and consequences.
With “Train Station,” CollabFeature is set to break its own Guinness World Record for Most Directors of a Film set in 2012 by its award-winning debut feature, “The Owner,” created by 25 directors. “Train Station” has almost doubled that number with 40 directors, giving new meaning to the term “collaborative filmmaking.” With new multi-director projects in production, CollabFeature continues to have a direct impact in modern independent filmmaking. Its unprecedented cross-cultural collaboration and shared creative ownership approach have been covered by over 65 media outlets including Huffington Post, CNN, MTV Lebanon, Vogue and the Times of India.
Press Kit, poster, trailer and other media available upon request. Collabfeature director Daniel Montoya and Cofounder Marty Shea are available for interviews regarding the project and the Dallas screening.
Contact: Kelly J Kitchens, firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone (214) 684-1378