The Listing (film)
|Directed by||Mario Cerrito III|
|Produced by||Robert Palmer II, Mario Cerrito III|
|Written by||Mario Cerrito III|
|Cinematography||Cameron S. Mitchell|
|Distributed by||SGL Entertainment|
The Listing is a thriller film written and directed by Mario Cerrito III. It premiered at the Newtown Theatre in Newtown, Pennsylvania on June 22, 2017. The film is signed by SGL Entertainment and Indie Rights for worldwide release in 2019 and will be entered into the Marché du Film at Cannes Film Festival. 
Plot[edit | edit source]
Michael Mourer is a family man and a successful realtor. His life was all starting to come together until his son is kidnapped off his front lawn. He finds a ransom note to deliver six dead bodies in 24 hours if he ever wants to see him again. It's a race against time, conflicts and other unexpected variables in his fight to get his son back.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Bernard Glincosky as "Michael Mourer"
- Jessica Cameron as "Jenna"
- Connie Romano as "Mrs. Wilcox"
- John DiRenzo as John Carr
Production[edit | edit source]
The film was written/directed by Mario Cerrito III and filmed in 2015 in various parts of South Jersey and Pennsylvania on a $25,000 budget. Filming spanned from May 30th to August 23rd. It premiered at the Newtown Theatre in Newtown, Pennsylvania on June 22nd, 2017. 
Distribution and Release[edit | edit source]
The film was signed by distribution company SGL Entertainment and is slated for a worldwide Video on Demand release including Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play and many more. It will also get a Blu-ray/DVD release. It will be presented at American Film Market in 2018 and at Cannes Film Festival in May 2019. 
Reception[edit | edit source]
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