'A House is Not a Home' to Premiere Sept 7th!

DeInstitutionalized LLC Presents
A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME

“Leaving is Not an Option.”

SIMI VALLEY, CA - September 6, 2013 - DeInstitutionalized LLC is pleased to announce that A House is Not a Home will have its World Premiere at the Burbank International Film Festival. The film will debut as part of the “Night of Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror” special event (September 7th, 2013,6:30pm). Horror fans and media personnel are encouraged to attend this one-of-a-kind event, which runs from Sep 4th to Sept 8th:


DeInstitutionalized has been recognized for their hard work, in horror, with three nominations, at the Festival. A House is Not a Home has been nominated for “Best Horror or Thriller Film,” “Best Actress (Diahnna Nicole Baxter),” and “Best Actor (Gerald Webb).” Award winners will be announced at the end of the festival.

A House is Not a Home is about family and a mystery, that resides in their new home. The Williams family are optimistic about their new abode, but an evil force does not want them there. Actor and producer Gerald Webbstars as Ben Williams, a man trying to protect his wife, Linda (Diahnna Nicole Baxter) and their two children: Ashley and Alex. A strange entity threatens their lives. The Williams turn to Lucas St. Michelle (Eddie Steeples), an expert on the occult, to cast the demon out, but it refuses to leave. Richard Grieco and Bill Cobbs also star in this thrilling feature.

World Premiere: September 7th, 2013 (6:30pm, 770 North 1st St.,Burbank, California)

Director: Christopher Ray.

Writers: James Kondelik, Jon Kondelik and Victoria Dadi.

Cast: Gerald Webb, Bill Cobbs, Eddie Steeples, Diahnna Nicole Baxter, Aurora Perrineau, Melvin Gregg and Richard Grieco.

DeInstitutionalized LLC specializes in bringing diverse cultures to the big screen. A House is Not a Home is one of only a few horror films, developed by Christopher Olen Ray and Gerald Webb, which features a predominantly African American cast.

www.DeInstitutionalizedFilms.com

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