Greg H. Sims
Vesuvio Entertainment has finalized a U.S. distribution deal with film and DVD distributor Osiris Entertainment for director Clint Lien’s horror thriller Behind Your Eyes. The announcement was made by Greg H. Sims, CEO of Vesuvio.
As the week-long AFM 2010 winds down to a close (and what a week it was!), we got a look at some new sales art for Clint Lien's psycho-thriller Behind Your Eyes. Synopsis:
This writer got a sneak peek during a private screening held earlier this week at the ‘W’ Hotel in Hollywood, CA, of director Clint Lien's psycho-thriller Behind Your Eyes, and while this won't be a full-fledged review as the film is in the final stages of color correction and editing, we have been covering the production from the beginning (see our set report from this past January here) so here’s a brief tease.
Vesuvio Entertainment CEO Greg Sims got in touch with Dread from the Cannes Film Market last night, where he unveiled and commenced foreign sales for his psycho-thriller feature Behind Your Eyes (see our exclusive set visit to that production from this last February here).
It’s January 15, 2010, when this scribe arrives to the snowy set of executive producer Greg H. Sims’ psycho-thriller Behind Your Eyes. Shooting for 14 days on location in Lake Arrowhead, CA (with additional days in and around the nearby environs of Los Angeles) and written by Daniel Fanaberia, the flick revolves around ‘A couple. A kidnapping. A secret. A weekend to meet the parents becomes a weekend of trying to stay alive for perfect Steven and Erika’ (according to the production’s PR).
Following up on our news item last week regarding executive producer Greg H. Sims’ home-invasion thriller Behind Your Eyes, this scribe contacted Sims to get the 411 on the Southern California-shooting production. Written by Daniel Fanaberia and directed by Clint Lien, Behind Your Eyes is the first in-house feature for new production and distribution entity Vesuvio Entertainment Corporation, of which Sims is CEO (not Tri Coast as originally reported).