S O U T H E R N J U S T I C E the movie

aka Heavy Southern Nights

 

SOUTHERN JUSTICE TO AIR
ON TMC Xtra AND SHOWTIME EXTREME CABLE TV CHANNELS!

Click the DVD box to view the movie trailer!

“While it seems low budget, which I’m sure it was,
the film makes a nice attempt.
The majority of the main characters are interesting and multi layered…”

-Kai Alexis Smith, movieweb.com

SOUTHERN JUSTICE will air on TMC Xtra on July 17 (10:45 PM), July 22 (4:20 AM) and July 26 (11:00 PM); and the airtimes for SHOWTIME EXTREME are August 1 (10:00 PM) and August 6 (10:00 PM). All times Eastern. As you’ve heard many times before: check your local listings.

Link to SHOWTIME NETWORKS info page on SOUTHERN JUSTICE

 


Distributed in US by Velocity Home Entertainment, a division of THINKFilm.
Available where DVD’s are sold. Also available for rental from Netflix.

View the trailer at the HEAVY SOUTHERN NIGHTS website

VELOCITY HOME ENTERTAINMENT and SUGARTIDE FILMS present a film by M.D. SELIG

“SOUTHERN JUSTICE”

starring MICHAEL CHILDERS M.D. SELIG LISA ROBERT
RICO CYMONE KRISTI WIRZ LEE HARRIS
written and directed by M.D. SELIG
director of photography JORGE DIAZ-AMADOR
produced and edited by M.D. SELIG
executive producer STEVEN COHEN line producer MATTHEW ORLANDO

Above: Director M.D. Selig at Hollywood Video in Los Angeles

CINEMATECHNIC’S SOUTHERN JUSTICE FEATURES:

Director’s Bio and story of the making of SOUTHERN JUSTICE

Director and DP commentary on the Super 16mm film based post-production workflow

Still image gallery (frame captures from the movie) with technical info.
(365k – fast connection reccomended)

Feature film production diary for SOUTHERN JUSTICE by JORGE DIAZ-AMADOR


SOUTHERN JUSTICE features on other websites:

MOVIE TRAILER:

View the trailer at the HEAVY SOUTHERN NIGHTS website

REVIEWS:

The Look:
16 x 9 Widescreen Edition. The film was shot with super 16mm lenses providing a clear picture but a reality TV-esque vibe, which I thought fit the southern white trash overtone and setting of the film. If it was shot any other way it would have been too contrived and lost its gritty appeal.

-Kai Alexis Smith, movieweb.com

 


 

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