Los Angeles, CA – August 17, 2017 – Another successful night in the spotlight.

Friday night, TriCoast Entertainment hosted the Beverly Hills premiere for the highly anticipated futuristic, female-suspense film, “AMELIA 2.0” – the first of its kind to tap into the film genre of “transhumanism”.

Inspired, written and directed in Cedar Rapids, Iowa natives got the transhumanism buzz first … but now it’s Los Angeles’ for the taking. 

After suffering a debilitating brain aneurysm that leaves her in a coma she’ll never awake from, Amelia Summerland (Angela Billman) is given an experimental procedure, allowing Wesley Enterprises to download her consciousness into a fully-functioning android duplicate of her human self. 

Photo: “AMELIA 2.0” cast at the Beverly Hills Music Hall premiere on August 11 (Angela Billman – (actress, Amelia) left, Steve Sirkis (co-producer) – right)

As the media informs the world of Wesley Enterprises highly advanced technology that advances human life beyond their physical and mental limitations, a whirlwind of political and religious debates take place, questioning the morals of such implications.

Meanwhile, Amelia finds her brain trapped inside an android replica of herself. With the transhumanism argument catching fire, she appears on national television facing a question she hasn’t even answered for herself – “What are you?”

Without a physical heartbeat, does she have a real soul? If she cannot feel, is she truly human?

Director Adam Orton and producers MORE Productions and WeatherVane Productions’ film left hundreds of people walking out of the Beverly Hills Music Hall that night, with only more questions than before.

Photo: “AMELIA 2.0” cast at the Beverly Hills Music Hall premiere on August 11 (Enrico Natale (producer) – left, Adam Orton (director) – right)

AMELIA 2.0’s cast consists of a brilliant cast, including Ed Begley Jr. (“Ghostbusters”, “Pineapple Express”), Chris Ellis (“The Dark Knight Rises”, “Apollo 13”), Debra Wilson (“Avatar”), Eddie Jemison (“Oceans 11”, “War Dogs”), Ben Whitehair (“Better Call Saul”) and Kate Vernon (“Malcolm X”, “The Last Song”, “Pretty in Pink”).

If you haven’t already, visit the Lammle’s Beverly Hills Music Hall to engage in the heated debate of transhumanism, while technology’s immense power unfolds before your eyes. The seating is limited, so purchase your tickets in advance. 

Photo: “AMELIA 2.0” cast at the Beverly Hills Music Hall premiere on August 11 (Erica Lynn Schmeck (line producer) – left, Nick Cardiff (actor in “WTF”) – right)

“AMELIA 2.0” will be playing until August 17, 2017, with showtimes starting at 5:00 P.M.

For more information, visit:

AMELIA 2.0 (2017, 89 min.) Directed by Adam Orton. Editor: Izaak Levinson-Share. Cinematographer: Camrin Petramale. Original Music: Michael A Levine. US, English. MORE Productions, WeatherVane Productions. TriCoast Entertainment.

PRODUCTION COMPANY: MORE Productions, WeatherVane Productions.

About TriCoast Entertainment: 

A new home for story-driven American films, TriCoast Entertainment is a full service media company that creates, produces, manages and distributes unique and unusual entertainment. Bringing together filmmakers, distributors, financiers, and technologists, TriCoast Entertainment embraces change by redefining the production and distribution model for indie filmmakers, providing them with low cost tools, financing, and worldwide theatrical and digital distribution, along with market feedback and storytelling opportunities.

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