A Soldier’s Grief – Grand Premiere Of A Bronx Filmmaker’s Independent War Film

Published on July 14, 2016, 8:01 am
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We are thrilled to invite you to see the dramatic war tale “A Soldier’s Grief”.

Starring Mike Martinez, Christian Perez, Moe Figs, Alexzander Edwards, and Roy Del Toro (who are all representing SAG-AFTRA) will be touring this summer, showing in various Multiplex Cinema theaters around the USA.

First showing will be in Bronx (my hometown) on 161st Street Concourse Plaza Mall… July 17th at 7:00 p.m.! Tickets are $20 ($5 less than my first premieres’ ticket price which was $25. SOLD OUT!) Buy here.

This is only the beginning! If you know me or any of the cast or crew… u get 30% off of your ticket! Hurry! We are already getting booked up!! (Inbox me or any cast or crew for ticket info.)

For those who did not see it. It is an action packed debut I wrote, directed, edited, wait… let’s just say I handled the entire film. Alone. My actors gave amazing performances! It was made with no budget. It is a story which delves into the grieving soul of Capt. Steven Ayala of CECET (Confidential Elite Cartel Extraction Team.) Who was sent into the Forbidden Hills of Afghanistan to apprehend an illegal oil smuggler! ACTION PACKED!

So come out! Join the movement! Grace the RED CARPET! And most importantly… come pay homage to our fallen soldiers! A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the WOUNDED WARRIORS PROJECT! Support movies with substance, instead of movies that glorify struggles! Tell stories of honor, honesty and loyalty!

A Soldier’s Grief! A Rhugid film, in theaters this summer. Сupport independent cinema, support our fallen heroes!

Sunday, July 17, 2016
from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. – add to calendar

Multiple Cinemas
Concourse Plaza
214 E 161st Street
Bronx, NY 10451 – view map

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