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Surf City’s Lifeline Going Strong
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Posted by: site admin @ 12:15 pm

LifeLine Entertainment is an independent film
production and distribution company formed in 2000 and based in Huntington Beach. The company has produced five feature-length films, two of which were
distributed through its own home video label. The Surf City, California, film firm, LifeLine Entertainment prefers cutting edge, indie films with titles targeted to niche audiences who appreciate
smaller-budget art house films. Return to Innocence, a film
noir, court drama; Hallowed, a horror flick;  Almost Beautiful, a documentary; Amhurst, a true thriller and the latest,  11:11, which is a coming-of-age crime
drama, all brought interest and acclaim to this small firm bucking the trend of big budget film expenses.

Completing the production of a 7-year project, “11:11;” writer/ director, Rocky Costanzo said the cameras are currently rolling once again in its original setting of Huntington Beach, California, and Rocky is seeing light at the end of the tunnel of a crazy journey.

Filming began in 2004 but backers pulled out and the film was shelved in 2005 till funding could be secured. Finally,  in December of 2008 the film’s producer called a meeting “to finish this thing.” Actors were called back and the film got back on track, even during a recession.  Storyboarding began and casting took place at LifeLine’s studio in Huntington Beach. The five original actors returning are Myles Jeffrey (The Ant Bully, Face/Off, Hoodlum & Son, various network televesion appearances), Darian Weiss (Miracle at Sage Creek, Better Luck Tomorrow, various network television appearances) Rachel Thorp (Thank You for Smoking, Popstar, Keith), Theresa San-Nicholas (From Justin to Kelly: With Love), and Katelyn Ann Clark (The Conrad Boys).

Supporting cast members includes Jose Yenque a list of talented actors energized and ready to take part in a new adventue, or finish to a long-anticipated project that surrounds the them of coming-of-age. The  three-act screenplay consists of two completely different storylines that come together in the end.

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