Forgetting the Girl‘s Executive producer, Dennis Wallestad, was featured in an article in today’s New York Times. Journalist Paul Sullivan notes the film’s rapid accolades as special, and cautions other investors that “this type of success right out of the gate is an anomaly”.
We are pleased to announce that Forgetting the Girl has just won the Audience Award at the SoHo International Film Festival NYC 2012.
We would like to thank everyone involved with making the movie and everyone at the festival.
Ryan Turek of Shock Till You Drop posted an interview with director Nate Taylor. He says, “the slow-burn thriller Forgetting the Girl is an impressive feature debut”.
Pop musician Kevin Jonas attended the premiere of Forgetting the Girl at the SoHo International Film Festival. He graciously posed on the red carpet before slipping inside to watch the film in support of his brother-in-law, Brian Gonsar, one of the film’s producers.
FTG photographer Statia Grossman, and a number of paparazzi were on hand to capture the sighting on film, and the press quickly picked up the news:
Pop-Break‘s Bill Bodkin conducted an interview of epic length with Forgetting the Girl director Nate Taylor and producer Victor Reyes.
We are very pleased to announce that Forgetting the Girl won a Gold Remi Award in the Suspense/Thriller category at WorldFest-Houston 2012.
Veteran film critic Joe Leydon posted a glowing review of Forgetting the Girl on Culture Map Houston. He said the film was “stealthily unsettling and exceptionally well-crafted”. Hopefully audiences at our WorldFest screening tonight will agree.
Shared Darkness just gave a positive review of Forgetting the Girl. They said the film is “one of those indies that deserves a shot at wider distribution”. We couldn’t agree more.
Aint It Cool News just posted a stellar review of Forgetting the Girl. They describe the climax as “shocking and emotionally resonant long after the credits” and the whole film as “directed tightly and meticulously, acted superbly, thematically emotionally crippling”.