Monthly Archives: October 2011
The Hollywood Reporter: “Cargo offers taut storyline and complex characterizations.” Read full review…
The New York Times: “Yan Vizinberg’s “Cargo” is commendably free of cheap emotional manipulation. Instead the film leans almost exclusively on the focused performances of its two leads, who create a credibly barbed chemistry…” Read the full review…
Great news: “Cargo” won the Grand Jury Award at New Hampshire Film Festival! The Grand Jury Award is “NHFF’s most prestigious award presented each year to the best overall film as selected by the festival’s esteemed Grand Jury.” Perfect timing for … Continue reading
Russia Beyond the Headlines: “‘Cargo’ is a dark road trip and ultimately, a story of redemption, but it offers up a wrenching portrait of human trafficking in the United States along the way.” Click here to read the full article.
We are proud to announce that “Cargo” is invited to screen at the “Kino Sen Limoj,” an independent film festival in the international language of Esperanto that will take place next July in Berlin. The main goal of the festival … Continue reading
Our posters are all over Greenwich Village now! This one is on 13th Street and 6th Ave. If you see one — snap a photo with your phone and post it on our Facebook page.
We are proud to welcome Freedom Week, another great non-profit organization that stepped in to support the release of “Cargo.” Freedom Week aims to inspire those with the freedom to choose how they live their lives to help set free those … Continue reading
All music for “Cargo” was composed by the wonderful Michael Whalen, a two-time Emmy Award-winning composer. Pledge on our Kickstarter campaign now and get a free download of the entire “Cargo” soundtrack (15 tracks) + other cool prizes. And here’s … Continue reading
We are thrilled to announce that “Cargo” was selected to screen at New Hampshire Film Festival, October 13-16. New England, here we come!