Don’t Pass Me By

This is a stirring story about regret, love, and second chances. The story follows four women who sit at a crisis point in their lives, their desires clouded by fear, duty, tragedy, and regret. As each story unfolds, the characters struggle to find the courage to live for themselves, reclaim the relationships they have lost along the way, and make time for the things that really matter. Hannah, a young artist, is met with a frightening diagnosis, and as she grapples to come to terms with it, a handsome stranger (Sean Stone) walks into her life. Brooke, a rebellious teen, discovers she is 3 months pregnant and is forced to turn to her estranged sister, Samantha (Liz Wicker) for help. Danielle, a Hollywood Starlet, is losing herself to the demands of her career. And then she runs into an old high school friend (Blake Berlin) who helps her put things in perspective. And Jill, a ballet dancer in an unhappy marriage, begins to realize she may have feelings for her best friend (Tyler Lueck). Winner: Best feature writer: LA Femme Film Festival 2013 Click here to see the trailer!  
Director: Eric Pristley Starring: Sean Stone, Keith David, Rachel Noll, C. Thomas Howell, Katy K. Burton, Nancy Karr, Jake Busey, Year: 2013 Country: USA Running Time: 93 Minutes Genre: Drama


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Film and Television

Markets and Festivals

These are the film and television festivals and markets we attend in order to market our films and series, meet with our buyers and look for potential acquisition opportunities.

Close to each event we will publish our screenings and meetings schedule for potential availability.

  • American Film Market
  • Cannes Film Festival
  • European Film Market
  • Hong Kong Filmart
  • KidScreen Summit
  • NATPE Budapest
  • NATPE Miami
  • Toronto International Film Festival