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7th Annual May Day Festival selects murder-mystery film as an official selection. Los Angeles, CA, May 1, 2015: The 7th Annual May Day Film Festival will be showing “DEADLY SANCTUARY” on Saturday, May 16 at 3:00 pm. Produced by Nandar Group, LLC and Nandar Entertainment, this is the second film chosen as an official selectionRead More
7th Annual May Day Festival selects family film to highlight as an official selection. Los Angeles, CA, May 1, 2015: Independent film production company Nandar Group, LLC and Nandar Entertainment announce their latest family film, “THE SPARROWS: NESTING” is an Official Festival Selection at the May Day Film Festival in Evansville, Indiana May 14-16, 2015.Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: By: Kenneth J. Lemm THE PRODUCTION- WRITING TEAM BEHIND THE WIDELY- ANTICIPATED “A HORSE FOR SUMMER” AND “THE SPARROWS” REUNITES TO CREATE THE NEW HALF HOUR COMEDY “FISHES ‘N LOAVES” Atlanta screenwriter, Kenneth J. Lemm, and San Tan Valley, Arizona producer Nancy Criss of Nandar Entertainment Group are the pair behind theRead More
BY: Jane Fitzpatrick – LA FILM EXAMINER It was announced today by Nandar Entertainment, the Sci-fi thriller, Crimson Creek, written by Melvin Johnson, Jr., will start pre-production on March 1st, with filming to begin, June 23, 2014. The Executive Producers are Einar Haraldsson, Tim Goeders and Glen Brannon, and the film will be directed byRead More
By Bridgette Crosby – Southeast Valley Ledger – Posted January 30, 2014 at 8:00 am Camera Crew gets ready to film. Bridgette Crosby | Ledger Young stars, Nicole Criss and Mandalynn Carlson, smile for the camera in STV. Bridgette Crosby | Ledger By Bridgette Crosby Southeast Valley Ledger On a small farm near IronwoodRead More
I am never sure about films that use faith as a theme because they often come off as way too sweet. Here, that is not the case. Director Nancy Criss has done an amazing job with the film and everything works—from the music to the cinematography (of beautiful San Tan Valley of Arizona) to the plot. You might have to dry your eyes a couple of times but that is a good thing. When a film touches us, we know we have seen something worthwhile and “A Horse for Summer” is more than worthwhile. Make sure you look for it. Amos Lassen
Director Criss also shows what she can do with limited resources: she’s involved in the film’s various aspects of production, from producing to editing, and while the movie never rises above its material (and, to be fair, Jake Helgren’s script has some fine passages) there’s a sense that with Criss at the helm it’s become all it can be: Sweet — even moving — funny, and engaging. Kilian Melloy
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