SUNRISE, Fla., Oct. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Known for protecting, a few local Law Enforcement Officers now intend to thrill audiences when they present the World Premiere of the Sci-Fi film they wrote and produced, called "Shadowglade" (Trailer Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bj6euI-C-58).
The film about a small Florida town police department infiltrated by vampires and werewolves debuts 9:15 PM Friday the 13th of November at the Sunrise Civic Center, in what portends to be the most suspenseful part of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.
Executive Producer, Salvatore Verini calls Shadowglade the next generation in edge-of-your-seat drama.
With an incredible team of producers and almost a century of combined police and filmmaking experience, Jerico Pictures has engineered an exciting, dramatic and high concept production.
"Our film depicts the urgent actions of police investigations, while delivering an even more intense experience with supernatural elements" Verini said.
According to Gregory Von Hausch, the film festival's president, "this film shows that besides bravery, police officers can have a creative side, manifest in this Sci-Fi adventure film they've produced, which we're pleased to present."
Ethan, Alex and Erica are not simply a Vampire, Werewolf and Witch respectively, they are also Cops; Shadowglade's finest! Verini and Danny Klapadoras wrote and produced the 40-minute pilot presentation about cops coping with surreal circumstances as they attempt to deliver justice within a small Florida town.
Although its characters have supernatural powers, Shadowglade is a thriller grounded in realistic police procedure, said the film's production manager, Anthony Galizia. It follows the thrilling adventure of three police detectives, all of whom have supernatural roots as they investigate crimes both normal and paranormal, while dealing with their own hidden, often quirky existences.
The writing/creative team consists of real Law Enforcement Officer's Salvatore Verini, Danny Klapadoras, Anthony Galizia, and Al Burrows, who portray the police work realistically, giving the film its frightening authenticity.
Producers said they want to break the stereotypical molds of the supernatural genre, and depict how these characters would behave in the real world.
Shadowglade is ready to take its place alongside such classic fare as Fringe, Lost, True Blood and The XFiles, said media contact Adrienne Mazzone 561-750-9800 x2270; [email protected].