Johnny Whitworth & Zazie Beetz in Trailer for Mystery 'Still Here' Film
by Alex Billington
July 28, 2020
"Each day that passes I can feel her getting further away from me…" Blue Fox Ent. has released an official trailer for an indie mystery drama titled Still Here, marking the feature directorial debut of Romanian-American filmmaker Vlad Feier. Set in New York City, the film is about the heartbreaking story of a twelve year old missing girl and the pain of her family. Following a journalist who is assigned the story, risking his career and his own life taking the matter into his own hands. Based on true events. The film stars Johnny Whitworth, Maurice McRae, Afton Williamson, Larry Pine, Jeremy Holm, and Zazie Beetz. This looks so very tragic and heartbreaking, the somber score in this trailer really bringing out all the emotions. But I think it's ultimately a story about the goodness that we can find in our hearts if only we stop and look.
Here's the first official trailer (+ posters) for Vlad Feier's Still Here, direct from Blue Fox's YouTube:
A New York journalist named Christian (Johnny Whitworth), who gets assigned the story of a missing African-American young girl, risks his career and takes the matter into his own hands trying to find her. Still Here (formerly known as Finding Her or Rising at Sundown or Meet Me in a Happy Place while in development) is directed by Romanian-American filmmaker Vlad Feier, now making his feature directorial debut after directing numerous other short films previously. The screenplay is co-written by Vlad Feier and Peter Gutter. This hasn't premiered at any film fests or elsewhere, as far as we know. Blue Fox will release Feier's Still Here in select theaters August 28th, then on VOD starting September 4th. Want to watch?
There are terrible stories like this all over the world. But it seems that over and through number of years US has also large part of it. One of those things that makes you think over and again about that country as civilized ...
shiboleth on Jul 28, 2020
Missing children = child trafficking most of the time. Unspeakable evil knows no country.
Doug on Jul 29, 2020
Or runaways. Just as common. And yeah, trafficking is pure evil indeed.
Alex Billington on Jul 30, 2020
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