Sunday, December 29, 2019

Sunday, December 29, 2019 1:39 am by M. in ,    No comments
Today, December 29, in Helena, MT, Bryan Ferriter's independent feature based in Wuthering Heights will be screened:
Wuthering Heights 2019
Directed by Bryan Ferriter
With Bryan Ferriter, Jasmin Jandreau
Complete cast and crew

December 29, 7:30PM
The MyrnaLoy
15 North Ewing Street
Helena, MT 59601
Helena’s own Bryan Ferriter presents his telling of Wuthering Heights — filmed in and around Helena.
A beautiful and inspiring interpretation of Emily Brontë’s classic English novel, Wuthering Heights. The story tells the saga of Heathcliff, an orphan starving on the streets of Liverpool until he is rescued by Mr. Earnshaw. When he arrives at the Earnshaw family farm, he is introduced to the rest of the Earnshaw family including Cathy, Mr. Earnshaw’s daughter. Cathy and Heathcliff’s meeting begins a haunting tale of love, betrayal, lust, obsession and redemption, which lasts over generations. Following the structure of the novel, the story of Heathcliff and Cathy is told to Lockwood by the faithful Nelly Dean, a housemaid, friend and mother figure to the conflicted characters in this timeless tale.
The film will also enter into 8th annual winter Flathead Lake International Cinemafest (FLIC) in Montana. Char-Koosta News gives further information:
Another standout this year is Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë’s classic tale of undying love and tormented passion, produced and directed by Bryan Ferriter, a Montana native. Bryan, on Wuthering Heights: “I was introduced to this story when I was 21 years old by my friends, Kailey Portsmouth and Jordyn Auvil, (who wrote the screenplay) and after journeying through Europe when I was 24, I read the novel in England and Ireland and knew I needed to tell the story. I was able to, many years later, be in the heartland of Emily Bronte, the author of this incredible and haunting tale of love, passion, vengeance and obsession. I put my hand on the very house she grew up in in Haworth, England and asked for her blessing to find our perfect location for the exterior of Wuthering Heights. Not one hour later we stumbled off the road and miraculously came across Ponden Hall and were granted permission to film at the very Manor that inspired Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange and where Emily spent much of her time writing in that great hall. This film adaptation is for her brilliance and will to bring such a bold story to life in the 19th century. I am excited to share it with the world.” Wuthering Heights, which runs 180 minutes and is nominated for six FLIC awards including Best Picture, screens Sunday, January 26th at 1pm. 


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