LOS ANGELES, CA — (11-11-18) — REACH, the high school film production starring Garrett Clayton and purchased by Freestyle Digital Media, is a phenomenal film on bullying.
Freestyle Digital Media bought the North American digital rights for “REACH,” a high-school drama about bullying from the perspective of not only the bully, but the bullied and bystanders.
“The serious topic of bullying resonates with so many children and families these days,” said Freestyle Digital Media acquisitions director Rachel Koehler. “With our acquisition of ‘Reach,’ we at Freestyle are proud to be able to contribute to the conversation by giving the topic the exposure it so richly deserves.” said Koehler.
The score to REACH was composed by 15-year-old actor and composer Rio Mangini, who also has a cameo in the film.
“A suicidal high schooler has been chatting with a pro-suicide support group: he’s planning to kill himself the first night of senior year. When Clarence, the new kid in town, befriends him on the first day of school, his plans change.”
According to Freestyle Digital Media, “REACH” hit theaters through Christian Meoli’s Voltaire Media in 10 major markets on Oct. 19. REACH is also be available on VOD.
Cast: Garrett Clayton | Corbin Bernsen | Garrett Clayton | Rio Mangini
REACH: Official Website
REACH: Prime Video
Written by: Maria Capp | Johnny James Fiore | Grant Harling
Executive Producers: Liam Attridge | Steve Capp | Theresa Fabian
Production co: Cappricielli | Autumn Bailey Entertainment
Distributed by: Freestyle Digital Media
Release date: October 19, 2018
Article by: Michael “The Sizzler” Jacobs, Staff Writer
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