Clandestine earns a spot at the San Antonio Film Festival

RAMSEY, NEW JERSEY – 12 July, 2016 – After winning the Remi Gold Award for Crime Drama at WorldFest Houston Clandestine has been honored again with a place in the San Antonio Film Festival. The Festival “an accessible and inclusive platform for cinema artists” takes place July 25th through the 31st and will be screening Clandestine on Wednesday, July 27.

Rounding out the WorldFest Houston experience Clandestine’s Kate A. McGrath received The Houston Broadcast Film Critics award for Best Supporting Actress; Nick DeMatteo was nominated for Best Actor; David LaRosa for Best Supporting Actor; and Chris Ryan was nominated for a Houston Broadcast Film Critics Best Supporting Actor Award.

With its inclusion in the San Antonio Film Festival Clandestine continues to gain support from the independent film community. 

“We continue to be proud of how Clandestine impacts not only professionals within the film industry but also the people you ultimately make a film for – the audiences.  We will be working hard to ensure the film achieves the distribution needed to ensure any who wish to see it, can.” – David LaRosa, Director, Clandestine.

Clandestine is the fifth feature film from New Jersey based Feenix Films and is partially based on writer Kate A. McGrath’s father’s stories as a retired Long Island police officer.

Clandestine – When hard drugs invade a small town, local and federal law enforcement find themselves working together. Navigating the minefield of local political officials and junkie confidential informants, the team seeks to root out a sinister network of meth cooks and dealers threatening to change the face of Long Island’s idyllic suburban north shore.

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