Above: The German video box for the release of 10 Days in a Madhouse coming out in Germany in June.
10 Days in a Madhouse, the movie of Nellie Bly’s true story book of the same name, is continuing to gain interest the world over as it expands to fill the world film territories.
The film is coming out on DVD in Germany in June. See the cool German dubbed trailer here: http://www.filmstarts.de/nachrichten/18511204.html
The movie is available in countries throughout the EU, Southeast Asia, China and South America. You can also find the gripping story on airline flights through Encore InFlight and on DVD in the UK as well as streaming.
Above: The UK video box cover of 10 Days in a Madhouse released through triCoast UK.
Above: The US DVD cover released through Broad Green Pictures to WalMart, Best Buy, Barnes and Noble and other major retailers.
The movies director, Timothy Hines observes, “I think the movie’s continuing success is in part due to the fact that Nellie Bly’s story is so fascinating. She had three dollars to her name when she was hired by Joseph Pulitzer to go undercover in Blackwell’s. 10 Days in a Madhouse is a testament to the words, as Nellie Bly always said and lived, “Energy rightly applied and directed will accomplish anything.”
Above: Director Timothy Hines and star Christopher Lambert with Mr. Lambert’s daughter by Diane Lane, Eleanor Lambert, at the AMC Empire 25 US Theatrical premiere of 10 Days in a Madhouse.
Above: Actress Caroline Barry (Nellie Bly) and star Christopher Lambert exiting the limo at the US theatrical release of 10 Days in a Madhouse at New York City’s Empire 25 theater in Times Square.
Starring Caroline Barry, Christopher Lambert, Kelly Le Brock, Alexandra Callas, Julia Chantrey, 10 Days in a Madhouse was an Oscar contender in the 89th Academy Awards, played 19 weeks in US theaters and is now available on DVD through WalMart, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, DirecTV, all major VOD platforms, including Amazon, Google Play, Vudu and YouTube Pay-Per-View.
Above: Mark Lysgaard, Susan Goforth, Caroline Barry and Katie Singelton in 10 Days in a Madhouse.
“One of the reasons there is such desire to see 10 Days in a Madhouse, is that the kind of things that were witnessed and experienced by Nellie Bly in Timothy’s movie show the best and worst of what people are capable of,” laments executive producer and CEO of TriCoast, the movie’s global sales agent, Strath Hamilton, “The worst was the horrific treatment of the patients and the best was the compassion with which people ultimately responded when Nellie shared her story with the world.”
Timothy Hines’ 10 Days in a Madhouse has received many rave reviews with comments like, “Stunning!” – New York Times, “Must See” – Ms. Magazine, “Demands To Be Watched!” – Bust Magazine
Above: Caroline Barry, Christopher Lambert, and Alexandra Callas in Timothy Hines’ 10 Days in a Madhouse.
Watch the 30 second TV spot for 10 Days in a Madhouse here: https://vimeo.com/147806556
The most shameful examples of how poorly human beings can treat the most vulnerable amongst us are carefully displayed in 10 Days in a Madhouse, but it did not only happen at Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum for women.
Timothy Hines states, “A couple of weeks ago a very sad story emerged out of Mississippi. About 7,000 mental patients from a 19th-century mental institution were buried underneath the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s campus. Sadly, this was not the exception of the treatment of the vulnerable in our world. This is exactly the kind of thing Nellie Bly was uncovering in 10 Days in a Madhouse when she feigned insanity to exposed what was going on inside Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum for Women. Now Roosevelt Island in Manhattan’s East River. Abuses such as these are a major part of why I made the movie. At Blackwell’s they cremated thousands of unfortunate women, many of whom were sent there simply because they were impoverished.”
Above: 7,000 mental patient bodies were discovered on the grounds of University of Mississippi Medical campus when the old insane asylum was torn down.
10 Days in a Madhouse producer Susan Goforth adds, “1,500 ‘mystery urns’ were discovered recently at the Oregaon State Hospital in Salem Oregon, where 10 Days in a Madhouse and years earlier One Flew Over the Couckoo’s Nest was filmed. Nellie Bly spent her life uncovering the terrible deeds people could do to one another. Humanity is capable of terrible atrocities against itself, but as Nellie Bly’s life is a testament to, we can also be compassionate and uplift those who are suffering.”
Above: 1,500 mystery urns at the Oregon State Mental Hospital in Salem, Oregon where 10 Days in a Madhouse was filmed.
Above: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest with Jack Nicholson and Below: !0 Days in a Madhouse with Caroline Barry and Christopher Lambert. Both moview were filmed in Salem, Oregon mental institutions.
Produced by Pendragon Pictures in association with TriCoast Studios, 10 Days in a Madhouse is released in the US through Broad Green Pictures and TriCoast Entertainment Worldwide, and throughout the world through TriCoast, V Cinema, Source 1 Media, Lighthouse Home Entertainment, Italia Film International, Associated Euromedia and Encore InFlight.
10 Days in a Madhouse director Timothy Hines is currently in pre production for Earth Angel with Malcolm McDowell, Barry Bostwick, Ali Landry and Linc Hand in talks to play the lead. Hines’ six part female superhero mini series, Chrome, is coming to Amazon September 7, 2017.
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