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The Sanguinarian - Independent Feature Film

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Short Synopsis

A metaphorical and sensual drama of pseudo-Shakespearean language, where a suicidal vampire spirals out of control in an unconventional and surreal world.

Synopsis


“The Sanguinarian” is a drama/thriller centered around Christoph, a gaunt, pale young man with rakish blonde hair and piercing blue eyes. He is a suicidal vampire, solitary in his steps through a post-industrial, sensual, and surreal world. He is wary, uneasy, and dangerously sharp. Drawn, again and again, to the vibrant, decadent lot who dance at an underground blood bar. As Christoph stays one step ahead of his own damnation, the pseudo-Shakespearean language of the vampires plays out the unfolding tragedy. It is the heart-stopping and violent diplomacy of the damned, an inconventional tale of the seductions of evil.

Premiere Date

The Sanguinarian is set to premiere at various film festivals around the US beginning May 2010.

Production Notes

What if there was this vampire? What if he was hiding? What if he was suicidal?

And so, Charles A. Beal and Analisa Ravella began a script and film that richly develops a world of the night, where blood is the key to commerce and status and power. A world we all once knew, a long time ago, when the cadence of jackboots thrummed across the radio and when a small man very nearly ground the world under his boot heel.

The script was written in the fall of 2006, and a production company was formed, with [1], Analisa, Cammie Pavesic, and Gary Winterholler. Principal photography began in February 2007 and ran for twelve weeks, shooting in DV format on a Canon XL2. Directed by Analisa Ravella, with Michael D. Gough as director of photography.

Filmed on location in Idaho, primarily in Boise, the film’s international soundtrack includes songs from well known musical artists Anders Manga, Cylab (including appearance), and Iris. With a haunting electronic score from artists Brandy Angela and Jyri Glynn.

Cast and Characters
Actor Character Notes
Charles A. Beal Christoph Charles cut his teeth in the pine forests and granite outcrops of Idaho, on a cattle/sheep ranch. Stacking hay, splitting cord wood, unbolting machinery, unfreezing water lines. And,...reading books. Sitting in the white

two-room schoolhouse ten miles away, gazing out the window at the town cemetery. Shivering each time someone walked over his grave. And again, years later, standing in the greatest of urban forests, New York City. Quiet. Thoughtful. Aware. And thus, dangerous all the way around.

Laura Mason Saccharin Laura grew up in Oregon as a student of dance and theater. She moved to Eugene, Oregon and graduated from University of Oregon with a bachelor's degree in Sociology. During her summer breaks she worked as an actor at Disneyland. She moved to Portland, Oregon in 1999 and studied under Actors in Action while working as a Supervisor of Agents for Alaska Airlines. Laura moved to Boise Idaho in 2001 and continues to pursue her passion in life as an actress in film. In

2006 she landed the part as Saccarin in "The Sanguinarian" and is proud to be a part of this film. She is currently involved with other local film productions and has a strong devotion to making every character come to life regardless of the diversity of character.

Carly Latimore Evangeline Carly found her love for performance at the age of four. She danced for many years, until the time restraints of college took over. Five years ago she decided to take up performing again, but this time in the form of acting. It has been an obsession ever since. She especially enjoys performing in musicals where she can enjoy her first passion, dance. Carly Latimore has many stage credits, including the stage plays of “The Vagina Monologues”, “Taming of the

Shrew” and “Cabaret”. She is a core member of the local musical production company, Prairie Dog Playhouse. Her film credits include several short local films. “The Sanguinarian” is her first full-length film.

Analisa Ravella Writer, Director, Producer Analise Ravella, a nightshade-wolfsbane bloom, burst forth from the Earth Mother to grow in the subcultures of San Francisco. Graduating from high school early, working as a medic in the Bay Area for a number of years. Cardiac-arrested, gun-shot, broke-leghurtling-through-the-streets ambulance girl, running hand-in-hand with all of life and death. And, within, the heart of an artist beating loud and beating fast. Feeding itself, through make-up work on studio films such as “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “So I married an Ax Murderer”. Through writing or directing independent shorts and features. Through FX prosthetics and art direction. Through the ravenous, know-no-limits approach to life itself. All of it informed by a dark, cynical, sensual view of life. There are...so very many cemeteries left to see, so very many bygone bayous left to float along by, tree by dying tree.


“The Sanguinarian” is Analisa’s feature film directorial debut.

Charles A. Beal Writer, Producer Charles attended Yale University, at first studying theater, then changing his major to graduate in Psychology. Working as a social worker for the last eight years, he has continued to write. In an underground bunker, at an undisclosed location. In the last few years there have been...security breaches, and so his work has been seen in

various local and regional festivals. He takes an odd pleasure in hard work and impossible challenges, and for all you know, he may in fact be standing near your right shoulder. Looking very serious. For your sake, I do hope your conscious is clear.

Michael D. Gough Director of Photography, Editor Michael D. Gough is no stranger to the world of professional media. Having worked for Idaho Public Television as a

videographer and editor, and as a subcontractor for ESPN, the WWE and North by Northwest Productions. In 2006 he produced and directed his first feature film, “Autumn Angel”. Soon after its premiere, Michael was hired by one of the world’s leading documentary producers, Priddy Brothers. In early 2007, Michael went to New Orleans to provide camera/lighting assistance and onsite production accounting for “After the Storm,” a non-profit documentary produced by Priddy Brothers and Academy Award Winner James Lecesne. In the summer of 2007, a small film crew, led by Michael, documented over 80 hours of footage during the national tour of the Casper, Wyoming Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps. This led to the feature documentary, “America’s Core,” which premiered in Casper, Wyoming to a sold out crowd and a five minute standing ovation.

Gary Winterholler, Cammie Pavesic Executive Producers Gary Winterholler and Cammie Pavesic love a good story and that’s exactly what they found with The Sanguinarian. They are New York trained actors who found their way to the beauty of Boise, ID. There they discovered a blossoming independent film scene that they eagerly became a part of. Finding projects, scripts, and talent that they could believe in led them to step up and see to it that worthy stories got the opportunity to be told. Their goal is to produce films that are socially relevant, edgy, and beautiful. The Sanguinarian definitely fits the bill!
Paulina Ivy Editor Paulina is that rare combination of sensible and aesthetic, a grounded dreamer and pragmatic artist. She is beginning her journey as a film student, and has already worked on numerous independent shorts and features in a variety of capacities. She brought a unique eye to the editing process, a fresh and daring voice.




Full Credits



Directed by:
Analisa Ravella

Written by:
Charles A. Beal
Analisa Ravella

Produced by:
Charles A. Beal
Analisa Ravella

Executive Producers:
Gary Winterholler
Cammie Pavesic

Executive Producers:
Jim Meers
Jodi Whittaker

Associate Producer:
Wesley Alley

Director of Photography:
Michael D. Gough

Line Producer:
Levi Bettwieser

Production Designer:
Analisa Ravella

Edited by:
Michael D. Gough
Paulina Ivy

Music by:
Brandy Angela
Jyri Glynn

Sound Design
Owen Ravella

Title Sequence
Paulina Ivy

First Assistant Director
Corrie Winterholler

Second Assistant Director
Paulina Ivy

Production Manager
M. Sherri Peel

Location Manager
Mike Jewell

Script supervisor
Kristen Kay

Additional Music
Percy Trayanov

Cast

Character Actor
Christoph Charles A. Beal
Saccharin Laura Mason
Evangeline Carly Latimore
Yale Thomas Jade Jesser
Col. Peyton Gary Winterholler
Antonia Cammie Pavesic
Ammiel Larry Laverty
OSI Agent 1 James Van Dam
OSI Agent 2 Avery Wynings
OSI Agent 3 TJ Johnson
OSI Agent 4 Patrick Plankers
Thing in the Closet Todd Wells
Cylab SeVerina X Sol, Percy Trayanov, Dre Robinson
Mercy Angela DeRisio
Morgan Mike Jewel
Sergei Tate S. McCullough
Mathias Fredrick L. Scott
Anya Anya Krivenko
Margo Kim Kovak
The Count Phill Ulmen Jr.
Marie Natasha Marie Louie
Mycroft Raylen Smith
Konrad Patrick Johnson
Clover Trevelyn Clover
My Sherrie M. Sherri Peel
Polly Valerie Dresen
Belly Dancer Cecilia Rinn
Sacha Corrie Winterholler
Valentino Robert J. McMinn
Babette Jennifer Kenworthy
Dimitriy Matthew Mortenson
Jean Ray Ortiz
Violet Brooke N. Vaughn
Frenchy Laurelyne Johnson
Livana Rose Shakespeare
Naida Tarra Payne
Leon Jeremy W. Olsen
White Oleander Megan Brown
Ash Ashley Sedillo
Sumtem Easton Lay
Adams Michael Mullens
Hunter Elton Nesselrodt
Larz Drew Wattles
Hooker Sherry Van Dam
Arguing Couple Jeremiah Bullock, Kimberly Konieg
Shop Girl Aubrey Winterholler
Mom and Son Kristen Kay, Trevor Hattabaugh
Teens in Car Nicholas Schilz, Kinsey Simmons, Kaila Kohler
Potential Roommate Jodi Whittaker
Girl in Alley Alex Witherspoon
Bum Victim Jim Christopher
Corpse Edward Smith
Homeowner Levi Bettwieser

Vampires

Gigliola Cook Paulina Ivy Thomas Gorrono Jeremiah Kraft
Courtney Weston Dana Pfeffer Miranda Carter Shawn Lopez
Lil Phillips Sherry Van Dam Lizzy Revera Cheryl Essary
Janny Perez Brandy Angela Jonathan Flesch Anthony Sanchez
Evan Geer Kevin Keil T. Adam Dyer Gabby Madsen
Amber Repp Sophia Franklin Laena Ravencroft-Stringer

Humans


Cheri Reynolds Matthew Hinrichs Mark Hartgrave Mia Jewell
Chris Adkins Scott R. Ruch Aaron “Bastard” Gregory Susan Warden
Sara Johnson Robert Mowry

Costume Designers


Jewelry Designers


Soundtrack

  • "At Dawn They Sleep"

Written, Produced & Performed By Anders Manga Courtesy of Vampture Records www.andersmanga.com

  • “Lose In Wanting (Radio Edit)”

Written by Reagan Jones and Matt Morris. Produced by Iris, Performed by Iris. Courtesy of A Different Drum / Diffusion Records

  • “Dented Halos”

Written by Cylab, Produced by Percy Trayanov and Wade Alin. Performed by Cylab. Courtesy of Whispercore Records. Courtesy of Shadowplay Records.

  • “Parting Fields”

(Black Harvest Mix By God Module) Performed by Cylab

  • "Forever"

Written by: Clotet / Maine / Gil. Produced by: Culture Kultür, Performed by Culture Kultür. Courtesy of: Out of Line Records. www.culturekultur.com

  • “Ready”

Written, Produced, Performed by James D. Stark

  • “Realize”

Written, Produced, Performed by James D. Stark

  • “Bleed” (2007 Mix)

Written by Elektronika © 2007. Featuring vocals by: Rick Molloy. Produced by Dan Hoyer. Written by Dawn Wood and Dan Hoyer.

  • “Needy”

Off of the full length CD: "Tears" Distribution: A Different Drum. Written by Elektronika © 2007. Produced by Dan Hoyer. Written by Dawn Wood and Dan Hoyer.

  • “Darkness”

Off of the double CD: "Night & Day" Distribution: A Different Drum. Written by Elektronika © 2003. Produced by Dan Hoyer. Written by Dawn Wood and Dan Hoyer.

  • “Angel”

Off of the double CD: "Night & Day" Distribution: A Different Drum. Written by Elektronika © 2003. Produced by Dan Hoyer. Written by Dawn Wood and Dan Hoyer.

  • “Denied”

Performed by Anguisette. Written by Jyri Glynn. Produced by Jyri Glynn. Courtesy of SINister Records

  • “Dymystify”

Performed by Anguisette. Written by Jyri Glynn. Produced by Jyri Glynn. Courtesy of SINister Records.

  • “Insomnia”

Performed by Anguisette. Featuring guest vocals by Dawn Wood. Written by Jyri Glynn & Dan Hoyer. Lyrics by Dawn Wood. Produced by Dan Hoyer. Courtesy of SINister Records

  • “Resolution (Femme du Mareille Mix)”

Performed by Anguisette. Remixed by Oh. Featuring guest vocals by SeVerina X Sol. Written by Jyri Glynn. Lyrics by SeVerina X Sol & Jyri Glynn. Produced by Dan Hoyer & Oh. Courtesy of SINister Records

  • “Indefinite”

Performed by Anguisette. Featuring guest vocals by Dawn Wood. Written by Jyri Glynn & Dan Hoyer. Lyrics by Dawn Wood. Guitars: Lee Tillman. Produced by Dan Hoyer. Courtesy of SINister Records.

  • “Break”

Performed by Anguisette. Written by Jyri Glynn. Produced by Jyri Glynn. Courtesy of SINister Records.

  • “Asphyxiate”

Performed by Anguisette. Featuring guest vocals by Jamie Valentine. Written by Jyri Glynn. Lyrics by Jamie Valentine. Produced by Jyri Glynn. Courtesy of Looking Glass Records. Courtesy of SINister Records.

  • "I Don't Mind the Abuse"

Written by Plot Device. Produced by OH. Performed by Plot Device.

  • "Dry"

Written by Plot Device. Produced by OH. Performed by Plot Device.

  • “Lick My Boots”

Written by Brandy Angela. Performed by Stabbing Children.

  • “Gabriel's Head”(Lukotyk mutation)

Performed by Attrition. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • “Traum”

Performed by Y-LUK-O. Written by Y-LUK-O. Produced by Y-LUK-O. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • “The day after (she left)”

Performed by Y-LUK-O. Written by Y-LUK-O. Produced by Y-LUK-O. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • “Disintegrate”

Performed by Y-LUK-O. Written by Y-LUK-O. Produced by Y-LUK-O. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • "48 Hours in Tokyo"

Written By Mark Sheppard. Performed By the Offering. Produced By the Offering. Courtesy of Fierce Kitten Records.

  • “Mankind”

Written by eXcubitors. Produced by Sascha Viereck. Performed by eXcubitors. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • “Dignity”

Written by eXcubitors. Produced by Sascha Viereck. Performed by eXcubitors. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • “Tanz der Toten”

Written by eXcubitors. Produced by Sascha Viereck. Performed by eXcubitors. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • “The ProphecY”

Written by eXcubitors. Produced by Sascha Viereck. Performed by eXcubitors. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records.

  • “The Truth feat. Anne Wagner”

Written by eXcubitors. Produced by Sascha Viereck. Performed by eXcubitors. Courtesy of Lukotyk Records. Produced by OH. Performed by Plot Device.


References

  1. The Sanguinarian Feature Film Press Kit.[1]
    1. ^ The Sanguinarian Feature Film.
  2. The Sanguinarian Feature Film @ IMDB.[1]
    1. ^ The Sanguinarian Feature Film IMDB.
  3. The Sanguinarian Feature Film MySpace.[1]
    1. ^ The Sanguinarian Feature Film MySpace.
  4. The Sanguinarian Feature Film Facebook.[1]
    1. ^ The Sanguinarian Feature Film Facebook.

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