Well now. That was fast. We told you about Nicholas McCarthy making his feature film debut on The Pact, a full-length version of his short film that premiered at this past January’s Sundance Film Festival, just a couple of weeks ago; and word has now come that it’s officially finished.
According to Variety the flick has just wrapped as a full-length feature produced by Preferred Content’s Ross M. Dinerstein.
Caity Lotz (“Mad Men”) leads the cast, which also includes Haley Hudson, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Sam Ball, Agnes Bruckner (pictured right) and Casper Van Dien. The ghost story — centered on two sisters’ return to their childhood home after their mother dies — could return to Sundance in January, according to Content Film topper Jamie Carmichael, who exec produced.
Financing was arranged by Content Media Corp. Carmichael enlisted Dinerstein, with whom he worked on The Divide and The Killing Room, and asked the department heads from the short — cinematographer Bridger Nielson, production designer Walter Barnett, composer Ronen Landa, and editor Adriaan van Zyl — to return for the feature.
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