Screen Media Lands Phasma Ex Machina, Changes Title to Ghost from the Machine
Finally the scientific tale of losing a loved one and refusing to let them go has an official home to call its own, and with it has come a new title that rolls off of the tongue about as easily as the original one.
According to The Hollywood Reporter Screen Media has acquired the distro rights to Matt Osterman's Phasma Ex Machina and retitled it to Ghost from the Machine. The company will release the film on DVD and VOD in the second quarter of 2011.
It's directed by Matt Osterman and stars Sasha Andreev, Matthew Feeney, Max Hauser, and Katrina Hawley; check out the official one-sheet and trailer for the flick below.
For more information check out the official Ghost from the Machine website, and dig on the official Phasma Ex Machina/Ghost from the Machine Facebook page for some behind-the-scenes videos and more.
What would you do to bring someone back? How far would you go? Ghost from the Machine explores the grey area between life and death and how science may be the bridge between the two. A young man named Cody, tasked with raising his younger brother, James, after the death of their parents, plunges himself into the murky science of the supernatural. Ignoring his responsibilities as a caretaker, Cody invents a machine he intends to be a conduit to the other side. In his pursuit to build the device, he befriends an affable electrical engineer named Tom who has his own tale of love and loss. Cody eventually reaches an unintended level of success that threatens not only his safety but also the well-being of James and Tom. He quickly learns that the supernatural isn’t all that super and human nature can even be worse.
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