• In this clever homage to 80's slasher films, it has been four years since her older sister Laurie’s disappearance and Adrienne is ready to break out of her shell. She’s agreed to join her quarterback crush Sean and some friends in skipping out on a school dance on a stolen school bus to a party of their own making. When the bus carrying Adrienne and her friends runs out of gas on a deserted stretch of rural highway they manage to find an abandoned farmhouse and enter hoping for a phone, or at least shelter. As the school’s vice-principal, Mr. C, scours the roads searching for his truant flock the teens discover their new shelter is home to Adrienne’s sister’s killer. Will anyone survive to tell the tale?

    Lost After Dark

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  • Beautiful Boy is a "gripping" (Rex Reed, The New York Observer) and unconventional love story that explores the journey of a married couple on the verge of separation, who must turn to each other to overcome heartbreak. Bill (Michael Sheen) and Kate's (Maria Bello) already strained marriage is tested as they realize that all they have left with each other is their shared grief and confusion, and the unfortunate legacy of their son. In award-worthy performances that will "take your breath away" (Jeanette Catsoulis, NPR) the life-altering tragedy forces Bill and Kate to face their feelings of guilt, rage, blame, self-discovery - and ultimately - so that they can finally see each other, and the life they share together, with clear eyes.

    Beautiful Boy

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  • The true story of Abraham Lincoln and his bodyguard, U.S. Marshal Ward Hill Lamon. This unique film utilizes digital sets created from actual Civil War photographs.

    Saving Lincoln

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  • While on winter break from her elementary school in Boston, Ryan Hale goes to visit her grandfather in Montana. Soon after her arrival, she rescues a wild wolf-dog she names Buck and nurses him back to health. When the town bully tires to claim Buck as his own, the sheriff he will be awarded to the winner of a dog sled race. If Ryan and her friends can train Buck in time, there is a chance that she will get to take him back to Boston But as the day of the big race approaches will Ryan discover that, despite their mutual affection, Buck will always be happiest at his home in the wild?

    Call of the Wild

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Film Library

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  • The Wrong Woman
    Ellen Plainview leads a reasonably happy, average suburban life, until the police show up at her door and arrest her for the attempted murder of her husband’s lover. Everyone else has a rock-solid alibi and in the eyes of the Prosecutor... Read More on IMDB
  • Molon Labe
    The world premiere for MOLON LABE was held on Thursday, 24 October 2013. The purpose of the Premiere is to generate discussion of our nation’s right to “keep and bear” in particular the Militia as discussed in Dr. Edwin Vieira’s...
  • Carjacked
    A single mom and her child are carjacked by a bank robber. Read More on IMDB
  • InSight
    Kaitlyn, an ER nurse who is tending to a young stabbing victim, is accidentally electrocuted by the defibrillator that is used in an effort to save the woman’s life. Almost immediately Kaitlyn starts to experience the victim’s memories. She turns... Read More on IMDB
  • Imaginary Friend
    Emma (Lacey Chabert) is a beautiful and a talented artist. Her husband, Brad (Ethan Embry), is a renowned psychiatrist. They have the perfect loving marriage. But Emma is having a few psychological issues. She has turned to Brittany (‘Amanda Schull’... Read More on IMDB
  • The Good Mother
    After her best friend dies, a teen discovers that the girl’s mother deliberately made her sick. Read More on IMDB
  • In the Dark
    After an accident, a woman hires a caretaker to help her adjust to life as a blind woman. Before long, she is embroiled in a fight for her life. Will she learn to protect herself using her only remaining senses... Read More on IMDB
  • Hallowed Ground
    After she becomes stranded in a small town, a young woman discovers her arrival there was foretold a century earlier by the town’s founding preacher and that she is an integral part of his impending – and terrifying – rebirth. Read More on IMDB
  • Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon
    A college football team must find a way to survive after their plane crashes on a remote mountain during a blizzard. What starts as a battle against the elements becomes a desperate struggle to escape when they discover an ancient... Read More on IMDB
  • Rendezvous
    Hired guns Booth (LoDolce) and Chapman (Iott) are at odds over the ethical dilemma that is part of their profession. While Booth prefers to avoid any emotional attachment to his “assignments,” Chapman tries to show her victims at least some... Read More on IMDB
  • Never Cry Werewolf
    Jared Martin moves next door to the Hansetts, along with his hot motorcycle and eerie, ill-tempered dog. Although everyone else in the neighborhood takes an instant liking to him, Loren Hansett can’t get over the bad vibes her new neighbor... Read More on IMDB
  • Glass City
    A middle-aged man, dissatisfied with his life, finds redemption and inspiration in a rag-tag theatre company. Read More on IMDB
  • Separation Anxiety
    Two childhood friends come to terms with their once-innocent relationships as they grieve over the loss of their best friend and the mystery surrounding his death. Read More on IMDB
  • Happily After
    A young, quirky man falls for a young divorced woman. After showering her with affection and the promise of being a loving guardian for her son, she must now choose between two very different men in her life. Read More on IMDB
  • Alongside Night
    Alongside Night is the story of the final economic collapse of the United States as seen through the eyes of 16-year-old Elliot Vreeland, searching for his missing Nobel-laureate-economist father, and the mysterious teenage “Lorimer” whom Elliot meets in a black-market... Read More on IMDB
  • Closing Broadcast
    A young overnight news producer experiences a horrible nationwide attack through the police scanners in her office. While trying to find the truth about the incidents, her rocky romantic relationship is close to crumbling. Read More on IMDB
  • Chrysalis
    Chrysalis is a post-apocalyptic horror film, set 25 years after a bio-terrorist attack unleashes a virus upon the world, transforming much of humanity into vicious creatures and laying waste to civilization. The remnants and survivors have staggered about for years,...
  • Beauty and the Beast
    After several villagers are murdered, rumors spread about a vicious Beast lurking in the woods. But after the Beast saves Belle (Estella Warren), a wandering peasant girl, from being eaten by a wolf, she vows to help him stop the... Read More on IMDB

About Braeburn Entertainment, Ltd.

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Ohio born businessman Rich Iott began investing in and producing films as Braeburn Entertainment, Ltd, shortly after his retirement in the year 2000.

Braeburn Entertainment is the product of founder Rich Iott’s long standing passion for film.

Ohio born businessman Rich Iott began investing in and producing films soon after his retirement in 2000 as President and CEO of Seaway Food Town, Inc. which operated 50 supermarkets under the names “Food Town” and “Food Town Plus”, and 25 deep discount drugstores under the name “The Pharm.” Among Mr. Iott’s first productions are the short, Matters of Life and Death (2007), starring Joe Mazzello and David Strathairn and the feature Deal (Seven Arts/MGM, 2008), starring Burt Reynolds, Shannon Elizabeth, Bret Harrison and Jennifer Tilly.

In 2006 Mr. Iott joined forces with producer Eric Golzan, producing several thrillers including: Hallowed Ground (Icon Film Distribution/The Sci-Fi Channel, 2007), starring Jaime Alexander; Never Cry Werewolf (Peace Arch Releasing/Sci-Fi Channel/Phoenicia Pictures, 2007), featuring Nina Dobrev and Kevin Sorbo; and Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon (American World Pictures/Sci-Fi Channel, 2007) with Carly Pope and Peter DeLuise.

Mr. Iott formed Braeburn Entertainment, Ltd. in 2007 to produce Call of the Wild 3D, the first family-friendly 3D film in history to be shot entirely live action without special effects or animation. The film, directed by Richard Gabai and starring Christopher Lloyd, Ariel Gade, Wes Studi, Aimee Teegarden, and Timothy Bottoms, was released in 2009 by Vivendi Entertainment and Voltage Pictures.

In 2009, Mr. Iott’s Braeburn Entertainment, Ltd. partnered with Gozlan’s Montreal-based Reel Entertainment to form Goldrush Entertainment, under which banner he produced two films: Beauty and the Beast (SyFy US/SyFy Universal/American World Pictures, 2009), starring Estelle Warren and Rhett Giles, and the multiple award-winning feature, Beautiful Boy (Anchor Bay Films, Lightning Entertainment, 2010), starring Michael Sheen, Maria Bello and singer/songwriter Meatloaf.

Mr. Iott continues to produce films under both the Goldrush and Braeburn banners. Goldrush Entertainment Inc. produced Carjacked (Anchor Bay Films), a thriller starring Maria Bello and Stephen Dorff, in 2011.

Braeburn teamed again with Richard Gabai in 2011 to produce Insight, a psychological thriller starring Christopher Lloyd, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Natalie Zea; in 2012 to produce Imaginary Friend, another psychological thriller starring Lacey Chambert, Amanda Shull and Ethan Embry, and In the Dark, an homage film similar to the famous 1967 film “Wait Until Dark”, starring Elisabeth Röhm, Shannon Elizabeth, and Sam Page. These four collaborations were produced for the Lifetime Channel.

In 2013, the Braeburn/Gabai team produced The Good Mother, a thriller which deals with the condition of Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome, for Lifetime starring Helen Slater, Patrick Fabian, and Beverly D’Angelo as well as The Wrong Woman, also for Lifetime.

September 2013 saw the release of the Braeburn/Jeselu Films production of Alongside Night, J. Neil Schulman’s award-winning novel about the final economic collapse of the United States as seen through the eyes of the 16-year-old son of a Nobel Prize winning economist who is critical of the Administration’s policies and mysteriously disappears, starring Kevin Sorbo.

Through Braeburn, Iott also helps finance and support young and upcoming filmmakers. Braeburn partnered in 2008 – 2011 with local filmmakers John Klein and Cole Simon and their Glass City Films on three feature films, Glass City, Happily After, and Separation Anxiety which are presently being represented in Hollywood. Braeburn also partnered in 2011 with Matt Cooper and Lamplight Films on the mega-short Closing Broadcast.

When not producing films, Rich enjoys riding his Harley on the rural backroads of Ohio where he lives with his wife of 30+ years, Christine, and their five cats.

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