It’s been almost a year since we’ve heard any word on Window of Opportunity, a movie that John Densmore has produced, but news has come out that Window of Opportunity will be screened next Wednesday, October 16th at the Reel Indie Film Fest in Toronto, Ontario.
Window of Opportunity is a dark comedy/thriller in which a couple of corporate executives attempt to set up a highly ambitious protégé to take the fall for their financial misadventures. When one of the prostitutes they hire ends up dead the whole scheme becomes more dangerous and threatens everyone. The film stars Oliver Muirhead, Jack Maxwell and Phil Proctor. Muirhead has starred in such films as National Treasure: Book of Secrets, The Social Network, and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.
The film will be screened October 16 at the Royal Cinema and the movies director writer/director Samuel Warren Joseph and Densmore will answer questions afterward. It has also been announced that Densmore will give the keynote address of the festival on October 17 at the Eaton Chelsea Hotel at 11am. Afterwards Densmore will sign copies of his new book The Doors Unhinged: Jim Morrison’s Legacy Goes on Trial (Densmore was recently in Toronto for a book signing please see related articles below).
For more information on the Reel Indie Film Festival or tickets for the screening of Window of Opportunity please visit their website. If you would like updates on Window of Opportunity please visit the film’s website. No dates have been announced for either a theatrical or DVD release.
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