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The 2015 HIFF 10th Anniversary Award for Excellence in Film & the Arts will be personally accepted by Legendary Actor PAUL SORVINO (Goodfellas; The Firm; Romeo + Juliet; Nixon) at HIFF’s Opening Night Celebrations on May 29, 2015…HIFF, held at the breathtaking Paramount Theater in Middletown, New York, features:
PRICE FOR FREEDOM will have its worldwide premiere as the Opening Night Movie at Hoboken International Film Festival (“HIFF”) on May 29, 2015. This film, based on the amazing true story and book by Dr. Marc Benhuri, is an biopic epic movie about a heroic man’s creation of an underground railroad to effectuate the escape of numerous people from 1979 Iran, which was under the brutal dictatorship of the Ayatollah Khoemeini…The film features an all-star cast, including: Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas; Nixon; The Firm); Navid Negahban (“Homeland”; American Sniper; The Stoning of Soraya M),Sally Kirkland(Academy Award nominee; Anna; JFK); Ken Davitian (Borat; The Artist; Meet the Spartans); Martin Kove (The Karate Kid; Rambo); Robert Bogue (“Oz”; “Grand Theft Auto”; Scavenger Killers), Mandy Bruno (Emmy nominee; “Guiding Light”), Justin Deas (6-time Emmy winner); Mary Apick (Ferestadeh; “Homeland”); Joanne Baron (The Ungodly; iMurders); Suzi Lorraine (Wrath of Crows; Dead of Nite); and Eric Etebari (The Lincoln Lawyer; Walk of Shame; “Witchblade”).…See TRAILER HERE
The 2015 Closing Night Movie will be 12 ANGRY MEN AND WOMEN, a worldwide premiere controversial film about jurors deliberating over the fate of individuals who allegedly kidnapped women to prevent abortions. Starring in the film are: Robert Loggia(Academy Award nominee; Scarface); Lindsey Haun (“True Blood”; Shrooms); Angela Little (American Pie Bandcamp; Scavenger Killers); Justin Deas (6-time Emmy winner); Nina Transfeld (Snapshot; The Great Fight); Evgeniya Radilova (Spartacus; “Masters of television”); Mary Apick (Ferestadeh; “Homeland”); Joanne Baron (The Ungodly; iMurders); Suzi Lorraine (Wrath of Crows; Dead of Nite); and Blanche Baker (Emmy winner; Sixteen Candles).