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Carmel
Directed by Lawrence Roeck
Produced by Craig Comstock
Lawrence Roeck
Written by Carlos De Los Rios
Starring Hayden Panettiere
Josh Hutcherson
Lauren Bacall
Alfred Molina
Dina Eastwood
Adam Godley
Music by Hans Zimmer
Cinematography Walt Lloyd
Studio Carmel Movie Company
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date(s) 2010
Country United States
Language English

Carmel is an 2010 dramatic comedy film about art forgery, featuring Lauren Bacall,[1] Alfred Molina, Dina Eastwood, Hayden Panettiere and Josh Hutcherson. The film is directed by Lawrance Roeck and written by Carlos De Los Rios and Craig Stomstock.[2]

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Background

Carmel marks Lawrence Roeck's debut as an feature film director. Lawrence co-wrote the story with Carlos De Los Rios after several years of working for Dina Eastwood (wife of Clint Eastwood) and the Eastwood family filming, editing and producing projects with them. The film's 24-day shooting schedule finished on location in Carmel, California in February 2009,[3][4] and included Carmel locals in several key scenes.[5]

Synopsis

Joshua Mason (Josh Hutcherson) is a troubled 16-year-old who is abandoned and finds himself in Carmel, California. An incredible art prodigy, Joshua gets involved in the art forgery business. While there, he befriends a retired artist Annemarie Sterling (Lauren Bacall) who recalls the early days of Carmel artists and their legacy of artistic integrity.

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