Indie distributor Anerke has acquired sci-fi fantasy “2050,” starring David Vaughn and Supergirl’s Dean Cain, and will release it in 10 theatrical markets beginning March 1st.
The film, which unlike many indie releases will not be getting a day-and-date VOD, will open in Los Angeles March 1 then roll-out to other cities including Baltimore, Nashville, Houston and other cities over March and April.
2050 tells the story of a married video game developer who is introduced to a warehouse that customizes androids for human companionship. Dean Cain plays the role of Maxwell, the mastermind behind the warehouse. Along with Cain, the film stars a strong ensemble of actors including Irina Abraham, Devin Fuller, Stefanie Bloom, Stormi Maya, Jace Nicole, Shannone Holt, Hope Blackstock, and more.
The film has premiered at several genre film festivals including Berlin Sci Fi, Other World’s Austin, and Boston Sci Fi Film Festival on February 12th. Along the way, the film has won 10 awards, so far mostly for the performances and cinematography.
Confirmed cities for 2050
March 1-7: LA AMC
March 15-21: Baltimore AMC
March 29-April 4: Nashville AMC
April 12-18: Houston AMC