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Shoreline Entertainment

Shoreline Entertainment is one of the longest running independent film production companies and international sales agencies. The company was founded in 1992 by CEO and film producer Morris Ruskin.

Shoreline films are very eclectic, ranging from cast-driven dramas and comedies to thrillers, action, horror, foreign, and documentaries. Shoreline’s films have enjoyed abundant critical acclaim, theatrical releases and premieres as marquee films at prestigious festivals around the world.[examples needed]

Current production and development titles

  • Pomona Queen - A stylized crime thriller from director Jeremiah Chechick, photographed by Christopher Doyle, and based upon by the novel by Kem Nunn.
  • Spanky - An adaptation of Christopher Fowler's best-selling cult novel.
  • The Signal 2 - The sequel to the 2007 Sundance hit.

Partial filmography

References

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Official websiteTemplate:US-film-company-stub
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